Houston & Peach

January 25, 2012 12:00 AM

Houston, Warner Robins officials explain impact of proposed SPLOST

WARNER ROBINS -- Economic development, public safety and recreation are just some of the areas that will benefit if a proposed continuation of Houston County’s penny sales tax passes, according to a Tuesday presentation given to Warner Robins Rotary Club members.

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