Future roundabout on SR 20 receives state contribution

Georgia DOT has committed $500,000 in LMIG funding towards the future roundabout at state route 20 and Turner Church Road in McDonough. The project is expected to go out for construction bids in early 2021. On Tuesday, April 7, county commissioners approved an application to receive the funding. The state awarded the funding in January... Continue Reading →

McDonough approves $297k purchase for solar-powered lights

McDonough installed the city’s first solar-powered light in October 2019. (city photo) The McDonough city council approved the purchase of solar-powered lights for various locations throughout the city. The lights will be purchased from Integrated Power Systems, Inc. of Aurora, CO. The council voted 6-1 (Roger Pruitt opposed) to approve the $296,265 purchase. The package... Continue Reading →

BOC November 27 and ZAB November 29 Preview

Henry County has two meetings next week that will include planning and zoning items. Each request is listed below, along with supplemental information. Follow Moving Henry Forward on social media to stay informed with our latest content: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Board of Commissioners on Tuesday, November 27, at 6:30 pmMeetings take place at the Henry County Administration Building... Continue Reading →

Guardrail repairs approved by Henry County

The Henry County Board of Commissioners has approved a contract for guardrail repairs at various locations throughout the county. The lowest bid was from Stembridge Custom Metals in Fairburn, GA for $54,511.00. The guardrails to be repaired are located at eleven locations listed below: Eagle’s Landing Pkwy (eastbound at 471) East Lake Pkwy (various locations)... Continue Reading →

Possible SPLOST V District III projects

This is a continuation of the SPLOST V committee meeting at Ola Elementary. The previous article looked at widening state route 81 and intersection improvements along East Lake Road. Continuing to expand North Ola Park will be included within SPLOST V. Two new baseball fields are under construction after the current program purchased land behind... Continue Reading →

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