“I’d be up to him to pick and choose which way he wants it to go,” the state representative said.
Both legislators will plow forward these bills during the 2014 session as needed.
Another potential legislative boost came when House State Properties Committee Chairman Jay Neal indicated he wanted to have a joint Milledgeville meeting of the House and Senate State Property Committees this fall. Kidd expects that gathering within the next 60 days.
Jones said he told state Sen. John Albers “you have to come see (Central State) to get a good grasp of what we are looking at here.”
The District 25 senator said the legislative folks back the CSH initiative.
“We’ve got the full support of the state property chairmen both in the House and the Senate. We aren’t going to have any push back on the legislative level,” Jones said.