A public information session will be scheduled to discuss placing utility lines on Lomita Boulevard between Ebony Lane and Walnut Street underground, the City Council decided Monday. The project was approved several years ago and is supposed to begin this year. The city will pay the costs of the underground installation on public property, but residents will be required to pay for installation costs on private land. City Administrator Walker J. Ritter said the cost to residents will be minimal but he declined to give an estimate.

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