MOULTRIE, GA – A T-Splost project in Moultrie is sparking some controversy. It would restore the Spence Field runway to 10,000 feet, making it one of the longest in the state. The mayor says that would be inviting for cargo aircraft, but the owner of an aircraft company at the city’s municipal airport says the
Monday, Dougherty County commissioners Gloria Gaines and Jack Stone let the public know, they are not in favor of the July 31st transportation tax referendum. “This is a sales tax for Christ’s sake and that means it is a regressive tax. That means it hit the bottom part of the economic ladder much harder than
T-SPLOST approval means lost money Albany Herald, Tuesday, June 19, 2012 KELLY AND BRYON GODWIN Bainbridge, GA Grocery taxes would go up to 4 percent on every dollar spent. In most counties, taxes of 8 percent would be applied and collected on utilities, general purchases and possibly in 2013 adding some services and Internet purchases.