Members of the public, and especially residents of east Macon, are invited to a discussion Thursday evening about the impact of Second Street revitalization efforts.
The public meeting will be held at the Middle Georgia Regional Commission office, 175 Emery Highway, Suite C, from 6-8 p.m.
Mayor Robert Reichert wants to transform Second Street into a pedestrian-friendly corridor stretching from the east side of the Ocmulgee River through downtown and on to Mercer University. That’s expected to take years, but the special purpose local option sales tax voters approved last November includes $8 million for the first phase: building a curving connector between Second Street and Little Richard Penniman Boulevard.
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