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Toombs Pledges Tax to Development Authority
Wednesday, 02 October 2013

October 2--  The Toombs County Commission is pledging one mil of county taxes to support the Toombs County Development Authority. 

The action at a called meeting Tuesday night means the Authority will receive an estimated $666,000 in fiscal year 2014 to support economic development initiatives in the county.

The Commission also agreed to amend the terms of a $500,000 state grant for the Mercy Medical Clinic in Vidalia.  The amendment must be approved by the Georgia Department of Community Affairs.

It seeks to do some renovation and add space to the Toombs County Health Department to house the Mercy Clinic.  If disapproved, the money would be used to build a new building for the clinic on Maple Drive in Vidalia in accordance with the original grant request.

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