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City using eminent domain
Drainage needed from new justice center
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In a special called meeting Thursday, the  Hinesville City Council unanimously approved the use of eminent domain to acquire private property for public utility easements.
The easements are necessary for the city to complete a drainage improvement project for the Liberty County Justice Center, said Hinesville City Manager Billy Edwards. The Justice Center project, funded in part by $8 million in SPLOST funds, is nearing its March 2011 completion date.
For the complete story, pick up a copy of Sunday's Courier.
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