Work has begun on two housing developments in the city of Seward. One development, Shoal Creek, will add 22 lots south of Seward Middle School and will connect the dead ends of Rainbow Avenue and Parkview Drive. It was approved by the city in March. The second development, Fairway Woods, will eventually add more than 80 homes north of Hillcrest Drive, east of Augusta Drive and west of Eighth Street. Fairway Woods also includes land that is currently used as the driving range at the golf course.
Source: Seward County Independent