As reported in the DJ the bonds to start the work are general obligation bonds. The notice on intent to sell these bonds include the mandatory wording that the plan will go forwardd unless there is a petition of at least 1500 registered voters, Tupelo resident registered voters, is presented calling for a vote.The dead line for submitting such a vote is the first week of December. Anyone out there interested in pursuing such a project. I really don’t know if there is enough public support/interest to defeat such a vote.It might be easier to get 1500 signatures and if each of those actually voted that would mean that the other side would need 1501 for a total of 3001 votes and that is possible. Any thought from all of you. This is one to weight in on and let your voices be heard. I am prety sure I have a copy of the previous petition by former Mayor presented to the Council. All I know is that I would sign such a petition to be able to vote on a project that commits us, Tupelo citizens, to pay back $13million dollars for anything. Project of this size I wold like to vote on this taxation even with representation.This is one of the items that got us started.