McDonough approves lighting agreement for state route 20 roundabout

The McDonough city council adopted a letter of support and agreed to pay future lighting costs associated with a dual roundabout planned at the intersection of state route 20 and Lawrenceville St / McGarity Rd. The item was part of the consent agenda and adopted without discussion. McDonough is contributing $300,000 from SPLOST IV towards... Continue Reading →

Commissioners approve $500K resurfacing contract

Two roads will be resurfaced and a third road patched after county commissioners awarded a maintenance contract at their December meeting. The work is funded through SPLOST dollars. Six vendors responded to the bid. Pittman Construction of Conyers, GA provided the low bid worth $494,675.00. Roads to be resurfaced include the following: Archie Drive -... Continue Reading →

McDonough discusses SPLOST IV and SPLOST V

The McDonough city council heard updates at their November council meeting about the current status of SPLOST IV projects in the city. They also previewed the upcoming SPLOST V program. SPLOST IV was adopted by voters in 2013, started collections in April 2014, and ends collections in March 2020. The city of McDonough has spent... Continue Reading →

Board approves SPLOST IV District IV budget amendments

Remaining funds from Fire Station 16, among other projects, were transferred to JP Moseley Park. (staff photo) County commissioners approved SPLOST IV budget amendments worth $385,124.00 at this month’s meeting. The funds were sourced from completed projects and transferred to JP Moseley Park. Funds were transferred from the following projects: $94,169.00 from East Lake Road... Continue Reading →

Seventy percent of SPLOST IV projects complete

The Henry County SPLOST program provides funds for capital projects and transportation improvements through the collection of a local one-percent sales tax. An update to the program budget was recently published, dated September 13, 2019. The SPLOST IV program was approved by voters in November 2013 with collections beginning on April 1, 2014. Collections will... Continue Reading →

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