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Woodstock voters to decide on $24 million parks bond

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From the Ingles Studios, this is your news minute on the Cherokee Tribune Ledger podcast, presented by Dayco Systems. Today is Thursday, June 23rd, and I'm Brian Giffin
The Woodstock City Council has unanimously approved a resolution to hold a parks bond referendum in November. If passed, the $24 million bond would fund various parks projects, with $15.9 million allocated for improvements to the 100-acre Little River Park and $8.1 million for trail work and extensions.

The Council also sent an annexation request for a residential project at 201 Brownlee Road back for review. The proposed development includes 89 units, but residents have concerns about density and traffic. The council also awarded a $7.5 million contract for extending the Noonday Creek Trail and approved variances for a restaurant construction at 150 Towne Lake Parkway.  

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