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limitless wrote: »
I'll be interested in Ferris, take as well.
As for me, it's a NO. Too much emphasis on "mass transit", Fulton and Dekalb already pay an extra penny for MARTA, 10 years is too long, no guarantee of contract provisions for cost or time over-runs, etc., etc. Then there's the trolly for down town ATL to the King Center -- that should really help traffic congestion!
dstockwell wrote: »
The new argument for a NO on T-SPLOST = an increased millage rate for property taxes. I still say no on T-SPLOST whether that causes another action is yet to be seen.
ferris1248 wrote: »
I hope this poll is true.
wishfishin wrote: »
My home situation will continue to be in limbo if T-SPLOST is defeated. If the tax is approved in our district, one of the projects is a bypass that will come right through our garage. This project has been on the agenda for almost 7 years now and did not already happen due to the downturn in 2008-9. It's my understanding acquisitions would begin in 2013 if the tax is approved by voters. The project is going to get done somehow, and I truly think if T-SPLOST doesn't pass the revenue will be generated in more unfair ways. We're ready to get on with our lives but are stuck until there is a resolution. No one is interested in purchasing a home that will eventually be demolished. I voted yes.
manley wrote: »
My take = the voters are sick & tired of reckless spending!
hooknreds wrote: »
Our old homestead used to be right where were the Ronald Reagan Expressway runs right through where Dogwood and Tree Lane intersect. I grew up fishing that pond and roaming those woods where that neighborhood now resides every year. Snellville was very dear to my heart.
ferris1248 wrote: »
If he supported it he should of lost.
Well, the voters spoke. It'll be interesting to see how the political nabobs handle the defeat.