Heath Springs capital sales tax hearing draws 50

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By Denyse Clark

HEATH SPRINGS – Attendance at the final of five scheduled public hearings to help determine potential future uses of the county’s 1 cent capital project sales tax was the largest. 

Nearly 50 people showed up Tuesday, May 13 at the Heath Springs Town Hall for the Capital Project Sales Tax Commission meeting. There was barely standing room for the 21 people who addressed the commission. Each had an allotted time to speak.

Stacy Faile used his three minutes to comment on road conditions, more specifically, Taxahaw Road.

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