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Macon Me Curious wants to answer your most burning questions about Macon and Middle Georgia, the place you live and call home.
Submit your questions to us on the form below. If your question is selected, we’ll let you know (and maybe even work with you to find the answer).
Macon Me Curious is a project of the Center for Collaborative Journalism along with The Telegraph and GPB Macon.
Here are the questions we’ve answered:
Question: I would like to know at this point how we compare millage rates with the other counties in the state and where we would stand at new rate.
Question: How does Navicent Health compare to Coliseum Health System?
Question: How can we reverse the consolidation of Macon-Bibb County?
Question: Bibb County collects property tax on my pontoon boat. Why does some of that money go to the school system?
Question: Where is the Underground Railroad located in downtown Macon?
Question: Who is responsible for the upkeep of city drains on the sides of streets and the drainage pipe that runs from them?
Question: What do Macon-Bibb County employees pay for their health insurance premiums and benefits?
Question: Are emergency response personnel, such as paramedics, allowed to question patients about their ability to pay for service in the U.S.?
Question: Given that the secretary of state oversees elections in Georgia, why doesn’t Brian Kemp have to step down from that position as he seeks to become governor?
Question: There seems to be a local trend toward roundabouts. Do statistics show that cities with lots of roundabouts have fewer traffic accidents?