MORE JOBS IN DUBLIN
Council reviewed two economic development agreements last night to provide incentives for the creation of over 200 jobs in Dublin. Management and Network Services, LLC, a healthcare management company, has plans to expand existing operations in Dublin and create an additional 164 positions by 2020. Oxford Consulting Group, Inc., an IT services company, will also expand their operations in Dublin, and plans for the creation of 50 new jobs by 2018. Both economic development agreements will be voted on at the December 9 council meeting.
CITY BOND ISSUANCE
Council approved the issuance and sale of bonds amounting up to $39 million in order to provide financing for numerous transportation and infrastructure improvements, including Emerald Parkway and the I-270 interchange. The upcoming bond sale is expected to begin on December 5, and an informational meeting will be held on November 25 for any Dublin residents and businesses interested in purchasing the bonds.
DUBLIN COUNCIL OPPOSES SUB HOUSE BILL 5
A resolution opposing Substitute House Bill 5 was passed unanimously by city council last night. Substitute House Bill 5 will cost Dublin tax revenues each year that are used to maintain city infrastructure and provide necessary services, including police protection.
LONGEST SERVING COUNCIL MEMBER RETIRES
Dublin City Council’s longest serving member, Cathy A. Boring, will retire this term. Ms. Boring began serving on council in 1994, and is currently in her fifth four-year term. She was recognized for being a finalist for Women in Municipal Government Leadership Award.
Sue Burness, City of Dublin Public Affairs Officer
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