Sunday, October 30, 2022

Oconee County Releases List Of Road Repaving Projects To Be Funded If TSPLOST Passes On Nov. 8

***Early Voting Ahead Of 2018 But Behind 2020***

With little fanfare, Oconee County last week released a list of road projects that will be funded over the next five years if voters approve the Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax referendum on the Nov. 8 ballot.

With current funding, County Administrator Justin Kirouac told the County Commissioners at their Goal Setting meeting on Thursday, the county will spend $2.5 million per year to pave 87 road projects or segments.