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The city of Conyers is to install 26 removable bollards around Olde Town Conyers.

CONYERS — At the last City Council meeting of the year, Deputy Chief Scott Freeman presented Mayor Vince Evans and councilmen with a proposal pertaining to pedestrian safety in Olde Town.

Freeman asked the council to consider an agreement with Peach State Construction Company in Covington to install steel bollards in Olde Town for a total cost of $55,163.94.

“Removable and fixed steel bollards will be installed throughout Olde Town Conyers to assist the Police Department in closing streets during events in which the downtown streets are closed to vehicles and open to pedestrians,” said Freeman. “Storage racks will be placed nearby to store the removable bollards when they are not being used. The bollards will be

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Covington native and proud Valdosta State alumna, Hunter has previously worked with The Covington News and Valdosta Daily Times. She started working for Rockdale/Newton Citizen in June 2018.

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