Without intergovernmental agreement, city SPLOST V projects would be limited

Front elevation of Stockbridge Cultural Arts Center (TSW photo)

A new cultural arts center in Stockbridge is the most expensive city project proposed in SPLOST V. (city photo)

This summer, Henry County and the four cities were unable to enter into an intergovernmental agreement regarding the proposed SPLOST V program. By not having an agreement, the program is limited by state law to a maximum of five years...

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