In The News
September 15, 2016
Carthage approves sales tax hike to improve parks.
In a vote on Thursday, September 15, citizens of Carthage approved the surcharge on prepared food and motel rooms to fund improvements to Lincoln and McMillan parks. The measure passed with 88% approval. Canizaro Cawthon Davis worked with the city to develop the master plan for the parks, including improving sports fields and adding amenities such as a splash pad for youngsters. We’d like to congratulate Mayor Wallace and the citizens of Carthage for their success.
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