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Oconee County voters who want to improve the quality of life in the county, enhance the county's infrastructure and spur economic development should vote Yes on Referendum 2 on Nov. 4, according to advertisements in today's edition of both of the county's weekly newspapers. Voting for the referendum will make sales tax revenue go up and property taxes go down, the half-page advertisement in The Oconee Enterprise claims. Comment?
The Oconee County Code Enforcement Office has sent letters to permit holders for signs on three properties at the busy Oconee Connector intersection with SR 316, telling them they have until Nov. 17 to bring their signs into compliance with the county's ordinance. Code Enforcement Officer Paul Smith posted the registered letters on Oct. 17 to Jamie Boswell, owner of Boswell properties, and to two other sign permit holders, pointing out that the county's Unified Development Code prohibits the installation of signs on the right of way of a public road. Comment?
The price of gas has fallen 18 cents in the past two weeks, according to Associated Press. The average gas price in Georgia is $2.93 a gallon, according to GasBuddy.com. Comment?
The Better Business Bureau Serving Metro Atlanta, Athens & NE Georgia reminds Oconee consumers that the holidays are a prime target for credit card scammers due to the sheer number of consumers using their credit card to make purchases. Scammers are ready and waiting to take advantage of the increased use and are on the lookout to steal credit card information. Comment?
Almost six years after the county rezoned 13 plus acres on U.S. 441 north of Watkinsville at Lavista Road, Fred Gunter Property LLC has submitted plans to begin construction of an office complex on the site. The plans call for a single 12,000 square foot building on the southern part of the property, furthest from Lavista Road. Comment?
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