Henry County Announces June Transportation Town Hall Meetings

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Henry County will be hosting a series of transportation town hall meetings in June. The meetings will be at various locations throughout the county offering you multiple options to attend.

Meetings will cover the latest updates on county road projects. This includes projects from the SPLOST and transportation SPLOST programs.

June Transportation Town Hall Meetings

The county will be hosting four town hall meetings. All meetings will be from 6 pm to 7:30 pm. They will be as follows:

  • Tuesday, June 6, at Henry County Admin Building
    140 Henry Parkway, McDonough
  • Tuesday, June 13, at Locust Grove Event Center
    280 Mose Brown Dr, Locust Grove
  • Tuesday, June 27, at Nash Farm Park
    100 Babbs Mill Road, Hampton
  • Thursday, June 29, at Merle Manders Conference Center
    111 Davis Road, Stockbridge

Make plans now to attend one of the above events. MHF News will also be there to bring you any new information.

Transportation Overview

Voters last approved the regular SPLOST program in fall 2019. Subsequently, voters passed the county’s first transportation SPLOST program in fall 2021. Together, the two sales tax programs provide almost all funding for county road projects. Each collects one cent on local purchases.

Since April 2021, Henry County has awarded contracts worth over $52 million dollars for road resurfacing. This paid for about 120 miles of work.

There are also various road projects under construction. Examples include Peeksville Road paving and the new Racetrack at Iris Lake roundabout. In addition, the county approved two contracts this month. They will pave Selfridge Road and build a roundabout at Bridges and Willow Lane. Other projects, like the Flippen Road extension, should accept construction bids later this year.

Attend one of the upcoming transportation town hall meetings in June for a complete overview. MHF News hopes to see you there!

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Clayton Carte is the founder and owner of MHF News. He founded the site in 2017 to highlight transportation projects. Over time, he began covering other topics like new development so residents can best know what’s happening in our community.