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By Stephanie Thompson
People Editor 

Sixth-penny projects questioned


December 5, 2018

Three streets have still not had improvements completed to them that are covered by the sixth-penny sales tax and one resident wanted to know why.

During the Green River City Council meeting last night, questions arose from Green River resident Kevin Kinney as to just how much money the city still had of the 6th-penny tax and why certain improvements hadn’t been made yet.

Finance director Chris Meats addressed these questions saying the city has about $3 million of the 6th-penny tax that will be used to improve Knotty Pine and N. 5th E.

As for the carry-over amount, Meats said it’s been...

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