The new addition and renovations at the Pike County courthouse will be open for public tours and a meet and greet with commissioners, the contractor and the architect Saturday, June 8 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The project was paid for with SPLOST funding and cost more than $2.7 million. Tours will be held throughout the day and a presentation ceremony to recognize those involved with the decision making for the courthouse renovation will begin around noon.
Yay, the courthouse is finished! Ya'll tell Commissioner Jenkins to take the money we are paying him for refreshments at the Wiggly Pig in Griffin and spend it back here in Pike. I'm sure he can find something to buy at Fred's or Dollar General.
Now, can we PLEASE get something done about the roads? This SPLOST was only voted for because the roads were promised to be fixed.
Flat Shoals Road is falling apart, as are many other paved roads in Pike. We don't have many paved county roads. We can at least maintain the ones we do have. Somebody could plant a garden for a family of five in some of these pot holes.
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