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Fayette wants input on transportation plan

The Fayette County Board of Commissioners and Department of Public Works is seeking public input March 30 on its “Fayette Forward” comprehensive transportation plan.

The event will be hosted in the county commission chambers at the Stonewall county government complex at 6:30 p.m.

The county began developing the plan in cooperation with the Atlanta Regional Commission in late 2008 and since that time has hosted three public workshops at different points in the plan's progress.

When the county and its project consulting team last presented information to the public in August 2009, only preliminary recommendations had been developed. This information session is intended to show a more refined version of these recommendations, focusing major project priority categories to guide the County in developing its transportation system over the next 20 years.

Input from this session will be incorporated into a final version of the plan recommendations to be presented to the Board of Commissioners in April 2010.

The commission chambers are located on the first floor of the complex directly across from the fountain at Heritage Park. The county government complex is located at 140 Stonewall Avenue on the southwest intersection of Ga. Highways 54 and 85.



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