In Albany and its surrounding counties, voters are split on the TSPLOST referendum.
In a Connect Georgia commissioned poll 51% of people questioned said they would vote in favor of TSPLOST, the remaining 49% ether said they wouldn TMt or they TMre undecided.Those numbers are too close to declare victory, but that TMs not stopping the city of Albany from developing a list of proposed T-SPLOST projects.
The list of improvements includes: -Street Resurfacing -Street Paving -Street Widening -Intersection Improvement -Traffic Signal Replacement -Traffic Control Improvement -Railroad Crossings Improvement -Sidewalk Projects -Alley Paving -Bridge Inspection and Repairs
If T-SPLOST doesn't pass City Commissioner, Roger Marietta, says these projects aren't dead in the water,"were going to attack some of these problems regardless of whether T-SPLOST passes."The completion of those projects will depend on funding becoming available.