Will Jesup voters approve $3 million for a community center?
The Jesup City Council scheduled a special meeting Monday night, Sept. 13, to set a special election for up to $3 million in General Obligation Bonds for the city. The proposal was for an election to be held on Tuesday, Nov. 2, the date of the upcoming city/school board election.

If approved at Monday’s special meeting (which occurred after the Citizen Herald went to press) there will be an additional ballot available for Jesup residents to vote on at the City’s election Nov. 2.

The regular ballot will be to elect a Mayor and two council persons. The additional ballot question will be to allow the city to borrow up to $3,000,000 for the purposes of: “constructing, improving, equipping, and furnishing a community center, including all related site improvements and the acquisition of real estate therefor.”
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