City, county SPLOST agreement raises concern | savannahnow.com

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Sep

City, county SPLOST agreement raises concern | savannahnow.com

The Savannah City Council has to approve an intergovernmental agreement with the county today, in order to hold a sales tax referendum in November.

At least two aldermen expressed concerns about moving forward with the agreement, however, due to questions about what projects will be funded if voters approve the tax.

Aldermen Mary Ellen Sprague said she could not support a list of $190 million in city projects submitted by the city manager, unless she saw what projects Chatham County planned on funding. Chatham Commission Chairman Al Scott has not provided that list.

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