If a proposal presented by a planning group comes to pass, Jefferson will get a new look with two business renovation projects. The “BoomTown Steering Committee,” along with representatives of the Georgia Department of Community Affairs presented the final project presentations last week on the Lee Street property, Mark Linkish, owner; and the South Public Square property, Gina Thrailkill, owner.
Both property owners were in attendance at the presentation on Nov. 8.
The presentation showed proposed new development for the old motel property and the rehabilitation of the second floor of the ReMax building. The DCA representatives and Northeast Georgia Regional Commission representatives also talked about possible funding for both projects.
For the full story, see the Nov. 21 issue of The Jackson Herald.
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