Markel has to cut wages but.....
LAUREL -- The Western Sussex Byway, a route winding through historic sites between the Hearn and Rawlins Mill outside Seaford and the Laurel Historic District, has received preliminary approval from the state byways committee.
Now that the route has been officially nominated as a state scenic byway, County Historic Preservation Planner Dan Parsons said the next step is to apply for a $150,000 grant to develop a corridor management plan.
"We have some amazing structures out there that show material culture and how it changed over the course of history," he said, including the Gov. Ross Mansion, the Woodland Ferry and the Nylon plant in Laurel.
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