As of Friday, June 8, 2012
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Gwinnett Daily Post
DACULA -- At Thursday night's city council meeting, city leaders voted to combine potential Transportation Investment Act funds with the city's SPLOST funds, a move that will speed up Dacula's five-year improvement plan. The July TIA vote, if passed, could result in about $1.5 million over a 10-year period, according to mayor Jimmy Wilbanks.
"Of course, it could be a little more or a little less, if it passes at all," he said.
Street projects to be bid
Three street asphalt patching and topping projects in Freeman Walk subdivision will soon be put out for bid, following a vote by council members Thursday evening.
GMA voting delegate decided
Wilbanks was selected by city council members to represent Dacula at this year's GMA Annual Membership Business Meeting. The meeting will be held later this month in Savannah.