Lauderdale County EMA Director George Grabryan stands at the proposed site for a new EMA building near the intersection of South Pine and Crest Streets in Florence. The city of Florence and the Lauderdale County Commission will split the cost of the facility 50/50. [DAN BUSEY/TIMESDAILY]

FLORENCE — The city council today is expected to consider approving a $15 million bond issue that will go toward a public parking deck, new Lauderdale County Emergency Management Agency headquarters, the River Heritage project and drainage work.

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