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The developer of a four-story, 65-unit senior apartment complex planned for 2.6 acres on Smyrna Hill Drive has been granted a rezoning request by the Smyrna City Council.
The Smyrna City Council’s move to include definitions and provisions for wineries in its list of permitted activities was prompted by a business owner wanting to relocate his Marietta meadery to Smyrna.
Holly Springs Council members approved a plan on Monday to rezone 11 acres for a residential development that was initially proposed on Sept. 5 by Blue River Development.
The Thomson City Council approved a proposal from the Department of Transportation to replace the crosswalks for $43,068.24.
Thirty or so people gathered in the conference room of the Columbus government center annex early Tuesday morning with two things on their mind: good food and constructive conversation.
During Monday night’s Hogansville City Council meeting, Mayor Bill Stankiewicz announced that the hit TV show “The Walking Dead” will be in town all week filming.
Two proposals to give Macon-Bibb employees time off to vote and engage in civic activities stalled again Tuesday. But this may not be the last time the issue comes up.
A vast array of items were discussed at the Senoia City Council retreat, held Oct. 11 and 12 in Dillard.
Senoia residents may soon be protected from massive water bills because of leaks.
Thirty people might not seem like a big turnout for a town hall meeting, but it’s the biggest crowd to date for a meeting on the Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax.
Valdosta State University journalism students recently gained ample field experience while exploring the progress the City of Valdosta has made in the last eight years during an exclusive press conference with Mayor John Gayle, whose second and final term ends in December.
The city of Norcross will provide $25,000 to start a program aimed at helping families get out of local extended stay motels and find more stable housing.
A storm-damaged, city-owned warehouse in Sandy Springs will be repaired and expanded to create an emergency operations center for field service personnel under a contract approved by the City Council.
Mayor Ronnie Johnston announced Monday night that the state has filed a complaint seeking to stop operations at the BD medical sterilization plant in Covington, citing a “lack of diligence and prolonged operator error” in a release of cancer-causing ethylene oxide in September.
A road-improvement proposal set for a Tuesday Albany City Commission vote identifies 25 miles of Albany streets that, if approved, will complete the resurfacing of nearly half of the city's worst streets.
The Rockmart Council has been busy updating its ordinances, and with the approval of new regulations surrounding both loud noises and urban camping in city limits, Rockmart is looking to become a more peaceful place to live.
Developers of downtown Augusta’s Riverfront at the Depot project said they are open to renegotiating some of the project’s terms that so far have been stumbling blocks to winning Augusta Commission approval.
Smyrna is hoping to refinance around $12.7 million of bonds related to development within the city’s tax allocation district, to save money on annual interest and pay the bonds seven years sooner.
Augusta voters will decide two sales tax referenda next year in addition to voting for a president.
A group of community and business leaders traveled to Macon earlier this year to look at the successful revitalization of the city’s downtown.
The Dalton City Council Monday night approved the creation of a six-year Capital Improvement Plan that is projected to spend $8.5 million on various equipment, facilities, infrastructure and vehicles for the police and fire departments, among other things.
Canton City Council member Sandra McGrew withdrew her motion Thursday to vote on a proposed development moratorium, in order to revise the proposal based on input from Mayor Gene Hobgood and others.
The City of Dalton has named a sole finalist for the position of Public Works director. Andrew Parker, who is the department’s assistant director, was selected as the finalist from a field of four applicants including three outside applicants.
The streets of Hogansville were alive with art, music and smiles over the weekend as the 22nd annual Hummingbird Festival was held in the heart of the town.
Speed humps, speed cushions, speed tables and similar measures that jolt motorists into slowing down are out of fashion in Roswell under a City Council update to the Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program.
Santa’s Fantastical, a multi-media, family oriented holiday entertainment venue in Sandy Springs, will have an added attraction this winter: alcoholic beverages.
In recent years, the South has been one of the fastest growing regions of the country and a report published last week found Atlanta to be one of the cities with the most growth.
The city’s economic development agency, Invest Atlanta, approved financing to construct or renovate 709 affordable apartment units in the city.
Decatur’s school board and city commission are holding a rare joint meeting 7-9 p.m. Oct. 24 (Thursday) on the first floor of the Wilson School Support Center, 125 Electric Ave.
The Duluth City Council recently approved updated procedural guidelines for the Duluth Public Art Program. The Duluth Public Arts Commission, known as “DPAC,” consists of six regular members and one member of the mayor and council. At a minimum five members must reside in the city limits.
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