Warner Robins City Council approves $34 million bond

WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The Warner Robins City Council approved a $34 million bond Tuesday night.

Councilman, Tim Thomas, says the council called a special meeting to vote on the approval of the $34 million bond. The bond money will pay for recreation projects, a fire department at the industrial park and courthouse.

Thomas also says the bond would be paid over the next 6 years with the city’s revenue and Special Project Local Options Sales Tax (SPLOST) dollars.

The should be available as soon as September 10.

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