“... It’s better than the last three or four months and it looks like we’re edging up to where we need to be,” Dial said.
The system has faced a downturn in revenues over the past year and board members have pointed to the April explosion at Georgia Power’s Plant Bowen as a contributing factor. For example, in August 2012 the system collected $407,812 in SPLOST revenue.
In other news, the board on Monday will vote to continue its contract with Service Solutions, who oversees custodial needs.
The board will hold its regular business session Monday at 6 p.m. in the central office boardroom.