HAHIRA, GA (WALB) - Tuesday evening, Hahira residents are giving the city council input on a request to close a railroad crossing in the center of the city.
Northfolk-Southern, the company that owns the railroad by Lawson Street, made the request, after a man was killed there earlier this month.
Northfolk-Southern wants the city to close that crossing to prevent other crashes from happening there.
They offered the City of Hahira $40,000 in incentives that would help fund additional downtown parking.
There is no word yet on when the council will vote on that proposal.