The next Metro South CID Board Meeting will be both in-person and virtual and will take place on Wednesday, December the 8th at 10:15 am. If you are interested in attending the meeting, please [...]
Commissioners Larry Johnson and Ted Terry championed the effort to gain approval for a game-changing project led by the Metro South CID. Atlanta (Oct. 26, 2021) ― With the supply chain chaos [...]
The next Metro South CID Board Meeting will be both in-person and virtual and will take place on October 13 at 10:00 am. If you are interested in attending the meeting, please reach out to Larry [...]
The revised Bouldercrest – Cedar Grove – Moreland Overlay District Plan was unanimously adopted by the DeKalb County Board of Commissioners on June 22, 2021. “We want to thank DeKalb [...]
The Metro South CID board of directors unanimously voted on April 14, 2021, to name Larry Kaiser, president of Collaborative Infrastructure Services, Inc., and chief engineer for MSCID, as the [...]
*This post was written by DeKalb County Commissioner Ted Terry for Metro South CID. “Together, We Can Move DeKalb Forward” was my campaign motto, the reason I believe I was elected and is [...]
The Metro South Community Improvement District (MSCID) is seeking proposals from qualified civil engineering design firms for the following scope of work: “Provide engineering design, environmental and utility permitting, right-of-way plans, surveying, construction plans/specifications and related services for the “Constitution Road Freight Corridor Improvements”.
The MSCID is now accepting proposals for qualified professional service providers to provide professional engineering design services. The deadline for Technical Proposal submittals is 3:00 PM (EST) on December 20th, 2021
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DeKalb Approval of SPLOST match on September 28th, the DeKalb approved a $3,614,622 SPLOST to be utilized as the local match for the GTIB “Constitution Corridor Operational & Safety Project.” See attached letter from DeKalb County. Click here. The funding for this process comes from a variety of key players to better the Conley Area. GTIB is funding $1,000,000 with $200,000 from the MSCID for the project’s design, engineering, and construction phases. DeKalb County is allocating $3,614,622 for the right-of-way and construction phase for this exciting project.