Officials said Gwinnett has met with the National Park Service and surrounding cities to explore ways to help build the trail.
The county said funding for the trail projects will likely come from a variety of sources, include SPLOST, city contributions, community improvement districts, state and federal funds, nonprofits and private developers. About $16 million from the county’s 2017 SPLOST program has already been allocated, and officials estimate about $100 million could be raised by additional SPLOSTs (if they’re approved) through 2040.
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The judge says it is mostly a mistake and he is working on it.