After years of struggling to fund transportation projects, the Georgia legislature passed House Bill 277 during its last session.
Proponents say the bill will help improve the state’s gridlocked road system. But the measure, also known as the Transportation Investment Act of 2010, didn’t exactly elicit a warm response at Tuesday’s meeting of the Bryan County Board of Commissioners.
“There are aspects to it a lot of people don’t like,” Commission Chairman Jimmy Burnsed said, calling it “very difficult legislation.”
For the complete story, pick up a copy of the Midweek Bryan County News.