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Lilburn to commemorate 100-year anniversary of fire

October 8, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

On Nov. 15, 1920 a fire started at the Lilburn Supply Company in Old Town Lilburn. The devastating fire spread quickly, nearly destroying every downtown business. But in a show of force and unity, the remainder of the town was saved.

Milton retains consultant to recruit new fire chief

October 8, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Milton City Council has approved a $21,600 professional services agreement to have a management consultant, The Mercer Group, conduct a search for a new fire chief.

Information kiosk will guide people downtown

October 8, 2020

Washington News-Reporter

Thanks to a good idea from the Downtown Development Authority and a generous donation by Dr. Tom Phillips, an information kiosk has been installed on The Square providing information for locals and visitors alike about businesses, attractions, events, and other community information.

GMA grant to city will help trim likelihood of injury to employees

October 8, 2020

Washington News-Reporter

The City of Washington has received a grant of $5,200 from the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA) to be used toward the purchase of equipment and/or training services to reduce the likelihood of injury to city employees.

TPD operating as usual after chief's departure

October 8, 2020

Thomasville Times-Enterprise

City Manager Alan Carson met with the TPD command staff after the Monday retirement of Troy Rich. When the Thomasville police chief is on vacation or otherwise away from duties, the TPD command staff takes charge. "We're operating as we usually do right now," Carson said. "As far as policing, we will operate as normal."

Covington puts stop to traffic issues

October 8, 2020

Covington News

A phone call from a former legislator sparked action from the Covington City Council to approve the placement of various stop signs across the downtown area to improve traffic flow and safety.

Council holds brief October meeting

October 8, 2020

Emanuel County Live

Members of Swainsboro City Council and Mayor Charles Schwabe convened for their regularly scheduled monthly meeting Monday, October 5, at 6 p.m. in the classroom of Swainsboro Fire Department.

Controversial Lake Park rezoning request withdrawn

October 8, 2020

Valdosta Daily Times

A vote on a developer’s request for a controversial rezoning had been scheduled Tuesday for Lake Park City Council meeting but never took place. That’s because it was withdrawn “for further consideration” by the developer, Mayor Keith Sandlin said.

Hogansville Early Voting Location Approved

October 8, 2020

LaGrange Daily News

The Troup County Board of Commissioners approved an agreement with the City of Hogansville that will enable the creation of a second early voting location for the November election.

Gwinnett cities receive more CARES Act funding

October 8, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Gwinnett County cities are getting an additional $20 million in coronavirus relief funds, a figure that was increased by $5 million following negotiations between government leaders.

Sudadan back in her usual seat with city of Albany

October 8, 2020

Albany Herald

It was business as usual for the Albany City Commission Tuesday, as the board met with City Manager Sharon Subadan in her usual seat at the commission table, the one she’s occupied for the past five-plus years.

Bainbridge Public Safety participates in Driver Training exercises

October 7, 2020

Bainbridge Post-Searchlight

Bainbridge Public Safety officers receive dual-training and are certified as both a police officer and firefighter. Because of this unique and exceptional training, officers must be proficient in driving a patrol vehicle as well as multiple types and sizes of fire trucks.

Hinesville's water department closed due to COVID exposure

October 7, 2020

Hinesville Coastal Courier

Due to an internal COVID-19 exposure, the City of Hinesville’s Water Department offices will be closed effective immediately out of an abundance of caution, per a press release issued by the City of Hinesville.

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