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Liakakis: Truman Pkwy Extension could be complete by 2013

SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) -

The fifth and final phase of the Truman Parkway Extension has hit a few delays after dangerous gas breaks shut down construction but Chatham County Chairman Pete Liakakis says the project could wrap up before the end of next year. The project resumed last month and is back on track. The new finish date was mid 2014 but Liakakis says it could be completed a little sooner.

"There is a possibility ahead of time, possibly fall of 2013. Possibly the fall or sometime in March or April 2014," said Liakakis.

Liakakis says the county, despite the gas break issues, is confident in the construction team and crew working on the project.

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