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About the proposed penny tax for road projects, including all 60 of Whitehall's roads
Whitehall is in line to get all 60 of its roads repaired, under County Council's proposal to add a penny to the county's sales tax. If Council approves the proposal, it will go to a public vote in the fall. 
 
What is in this county-wide tax proposal?
 
The time-limited, one-percent sales tax would fund road improvements throughout the county. If the proposal is approved by voters this fall, it will be in place for eight years beginning in spring of 2023. The county expects that road work could begin in the spring of 2024. 
 
One advantage of using a sales tax to fund this work is that a substantial part of the money — an estimated 25 to 40 percent — would come from people who live outside Lexington County, while they are visiting or traveling through the county. The proposed tax would raise an expected $536 million to improve roads in the county, including resurfacing/repairing all 60 roads in Whitehall, according to county figures. 
 
Projects in the proposal include: 
  • $382.2 million for road improvements, including $4.26 million for Whitehall's roads.
  • $76.3 million to pave dirt roads
  • $69.5 million for intersection upgrades.
  • $7.9 million to repair bridges
Click for details of the roads tax proposal from County Council's second reading approval on July 12, 2022.
Meeting minutes have moved to the Meetings page
Look on the Meetings page for minutes of recent meetings. 
Spring 2022 Newsletter
You should have received the Whitehall HOA semi-annual newsletter early in April, either in your mailbox, or by email if you requested electronic delivery. 
 
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The rezoning request for office at Jamil and Tram Roads
An office complex is in the works at the corner of Tram and Jamil Roads, one of the gateways into our neighborhood.
 
The proposed brick building is to become the corporate headquarters of Mungo Homes, a company once owned by the Mungo family, which developed Whitehall in the 1960s and '70s. None of the plans has been finalized.
 
The re-zoning request ....
 
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