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GEMA Check "In the Mail"
Tuesday, 14 July 2009

July 14--  Montgomery County officials expect some financial help soon from the state of Georgia.

County manager David Curry told county commissioners Monday he expects most of the county's application for $181,560 in flood damage reimbursement to be honored by the Georgia Emergency Management Agency.

The commission also gave the go-ahead to start seeking bids for $160,000 worth of road striping on three county roads, the Hamilton-Tarrytown Road, Thompson Pond Road and Petross Road.  The funding is from the Georgia Department of Transportation.

And Montgomery commissioners are studying new maps changing the boundaries of their districts to comply with the equal voting provisions of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.  The redistricting plan must be approved by the U.S. Department of Justice before local enabling legislation can be passed by the next session of the Georgia legislature.

 
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