It's been a week since Milledgeville and Baldwin County residents said they don't want to merge, but will consolidation make its way back on the ballot? Supporters are saying yes.
"At this point, what we would like to do is go back to the drawing board and craft a document that is better," said Councilman Walter Reynolds.
Reynolds was let down after 64 percent of voters in the city said no to the unification charter he promoted. But that defeat, he says, is an opportunity to fix the charter's kinks.
"If we can find some common ground to move this community forward, then we'd really love to have the opposition come and join the team," said Reynolds.
He says he's willing to address concerns, like merging the police and sheriff's department.