Jim Durrett, Executive Director of the Buckhead Community Improvement District, spoke at length about the TSPLOST – a one-cent sales tax to pay for $8.5 billion in road and transit projects – at last week’s breakfast meeting of the Buckhead Business Association.
The TSPLOST is quickly approaching a vote on July 31 and opinions about it are sharply divided. Aware that many people have already made up their minds, Durrett said he hoped the information he provided could help someone unsure of how to vote on this important issue come to a decision.
Durrett fielded many questions from BBA members concerned about how the TSPLOST will be implemented, should it pass in the upcoming vote.
Read on to see if your own questions about TSPLOST were answered:
How is the TSPLOST different from the Ga. 400 project? Citizens were told the Ga. 400 tolls, which are