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by Debbie Lurie-Smith
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Jeremy Jordan with the Musco Company shows Commissioners an example of the lighting he is proposing for the Central Recreation Complex.
Jeremy Jordan with the Musco Company shows Commissioners an example of the lighting he is proposing for the Central Recreation Complex.
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Jones County Recreation Committee members got a face-to-face look at the lighting system proposed for the expansion of the Central Recreation Complex that is under construction on Highway 18 East.

Jeremy Jordon with the lighting company Musco was introduced to committee members at the Sept. 19 meeting by contractor Diane Wade, who currently handles the maintenance of the lights at the county’s two recreation centers.

Jordon made a presentation about the recommended lighting for the complex. He told the committee members that the Musco system uses fewer lights and would save the county in electricity costs. The lighting system also comes with a 25-year warranty.

Recreation Committee Chairman Commissioner Jonathan Pitts led the meeting, which began with a report about the county’s recreation advisory committee. Recreation Director Matt Goins reported that the application process is complete and the applications will be forwarded to the commissioners.

Commissioner Daylon Martin asked about the grading being done at the Central Complex that has forced people to park farther away. He asked about the possibility of using golf carts to and from the fields.

Goins said using the carts is not a problem if they are available. He added, however, if the carts are kept at the complex, there needs to be a secure place to store them.

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