Fulton County leaders are in agreement that something needs to be done about transportation.
So on Thursday, they agreed to pitch the county’s city councils on a tax that would raise an estimated $568 million to pay for fixing bridges and repaving roads.
The support for the measure increases the likelihood that it will be on the ballot for voters to approve in November.
Alpharetta Mayor David Belle Isle praised the opportunity to let residents decide if they wanted to spend money to fix “what’s bleeding right now.”
To read more about what the money might pay for, click here.
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