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Here's the list of possible projects for the proposed TSPLOST referendum planned for the May 19th election





The City Council and County Commission will meet at City Hall on January 14th at 5:00pm to vote on placing the next TSPLOST referendum on the May 19th ballot. The proposed TSPLOST will be imposed at 1% and the total estimated amount is $45,000,0000 with the county receiving 91% and the city receiving 9%.

Here's a list of possible projects from the meeting "Agenda Packet" on the county's website:





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Size: 25.36 acres

Density: 5.98 units/acre

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1. The main entrance to the North and align with commercial business entrance to allow for a plus intersection.
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4. Project shall meet current Dawson County Stormwater requirements during construction design phase.




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