Cities In The News
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The Marietta City Council approved a project list for its portion of the 2022 Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax on Tuesday.
With downtown revitalization in full swing, storm recovery efforts ongoing and projects valued at more than $100 million under way, elected officials say they feel good about where the community is headed.
City commissioners discussed the homeless issue Monday at a planning meeting designed to talk about the results of the recent Georgia Municipal Association’s Cities United Summit Training.
A parcel of city-owned land near downtown Ball Ground will be up for sale in the near future after the Ball Ground City Council declared it surplus at Thursday night’s meeting.
The Rome City Commission agreed during its caucus Monday night to put the installation of speed cameras near Rome High School up to a vote at its March 9 regular meeting.
The flow of traffic where kids are picked up from LaGrange High School will be a point of discussion Tuesday during the LaGrange City Council’s work session and business meeting.
Planners in Fayetteville are scheduled to hear plans Feb. 25 for a new hotel, retail center and 48 new homes in the south metro city.
Athens-Clarke County has received a $750,000 federal grant to help attract commercial passenger service to Athens-Ben Epps Airport.
The City Council on Monday passed an ordinance that changes Dunwoody’s zoning code to allow for the businesses in certain commercial areas of the northern DeKalb County city.
After a nationwide search for a new city manager, Johns Creek is moving to fill the position from within, tapping Acting City Manager and Police Chief Ed Densmore for the job.
Roswell invites residents to get a behind-the-scenes look at city government through its CORE community public engagement program. The initiative, offered in nine free weekly sessions, begins Wednesday, March 18.
The Johns Creek City Council has advanced a proposed widening of McGinnis Ferry Road by approving an intergovernmental project agreement with Alpharetta and Forsyth County, and the use of $3 million in TSPLOST funds for right-of-way acquisitions.
Woodstock has acquired 21 acres along Ga. 92 for a future trailhead and expansion of the Greenprints trail system.
Trion’s cash reserves dropped about $1.2 million during the last fiscal year, CPA Lloyd Williamson told the town council at the end of last month.
The Lawrenceville Planning Commission will consider a proposal for Third Rail Distillery at its March 2 meeting at Lawrenceville City Hall.
The City of Menlo bought a security vehicle after the one they had begun having problems.
The Milton Trails Advisory Committee invites residents to stop by the Council Chambers at Milton City Hall on Tuesday to view the newly completed update of the city’s trail plan.
Those who work with or have family members with special needs are invited to a series of community engagement meetings “to voice current needs or challenges” in four North Fulton cities.
The city of Milton is seeking applicants for a summer Comprehensive Internship Program that promises to give participants “a far-reaching look at city government.”
The City of Hahira has awarded the low bid on Phase II of the City Center Park, the construction of parking, fencing, entrances, sidewalks, lighting and other amenities, to Cauthan Construction, city officials said.
Newton County and Covington will no longer be taking a joint approach to economic development.
The Rome City Commission will hear a presentation during its Monday caucus on the installation of speed cameras near Rome High School.
The Aragon Police Department is soon to have a new recruit, and while unable to issue tickets or drive a car, they’re sure to be a valuable asset to the force in many other ways.
Mayor Steve Tumlin said he thinks the TADs have been a success and wants to pay them off early, which would unlock over $3 million from the TADs’ increment funds for the city, county and school system.
The Canton City Council has approved on second reading updates to the city's alcohol ordinance, which include a new entertainment district.
During their meeting on Monday, the Canton Planning Commission tabled two requests involving a possible apartment complex located at Hospital Road and Hospital Drive in Canton.
The city of Sky Valley recently held a meeting of the Town Watch in order to create a forum to give residents an opportunity to converse with the Sky Valley Police
Road repairs and the need for new police cars were the main topics of discussion at Sky Valley’s city council work session Tuesday, Feb. 18.
Clayton City Council Members approved a one-day alcohol permit for the Rabun County Civic Center for a performance by Malpass Bros. on March 14 at their regular meeting on Tuesday.
The Clarkesville city council discussed cleaning some areas of the park after receiving damage from recent storms. “The periphery of Pitts Park is a mess.
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