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Topic - David Carr
Government and business interests in Newtown say several projects getting underway should help bring people downtown in the Newton County community.
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David Carr was sacked an NFL record 76 times in 2002, the Houston Texans inaugural season. Three years later, he went down behind the line 68 times, third-most in league history.
"We'll be bidding it out within the next month," he said. "It's for a little over $2 million. We're going to pave five of our major thoroughfare streets in several of the neighborhoods including those by the schools up here."
Mayor David Carr said the city also has launched a project aimed at upgrading streets in the community of about 3,700 people.