Cities In The News
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“We’re excited to offer this opportunity to help citizens better understand Milton’s tree removal policy,” Community Development Director Parag Agrawal said. “Enhancing Milton’s tree canopy while preserving the city’s rural and equestrian character are this new ordinance’s primary objectives."
10 more days for 10 questions. This is what City of Moultrie Mayor Bill McIntosh, the Georgia Municipal Association and three other Georgia city officials agreed upon Monday.
The Duluth City Council recently approved a contract to install fencing and gate access for the Public Safety Center building at 3276 Buford Highway.
The Norcross City Council recently changed course on plans to add a trash compactor enclosure behind Paizanos restaurant at 7 Jones St. The city had previously contracted with Malco Construction for the Downtown Norcross Compactor Enclosure project in the amount of $114,682.
Johns Creek residents will have their say in selecting the city’s next police chief. The city hired the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) to conduct a search for the best qualified candidates, City Manager Ed Densmore said.
The Atlanta City Council on Monday approved the donation of thousands of COVID-19 test kits and other protective supplies from the state of New York.
While a number of fall festivals have been scrapped because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, city officials in Lula are looking beyond fall to the Christmas holidays, and they believe they can host the city's annual Christmas in the Park event in December.
There are only seven days left until the deadline for the end of the 2020 U.S. Census, and over 9 percent of Georgians still haven't been counted.
The city of Senoia is moving forward with construction of its new sewer treatment plant and work could start in the next few months.
The project will create a 5-foot-wide sidewalk that will be compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act regulations and will include a railing separating the outdoor dining area from the sidewalk, business owner Bill Wood told the Senoia City Council Monday night.
An extended-stay hotel proposal may have new life in Oakwood.
Local leaders from Rome to Savannah pressed Georgians on Monday to complete the 2020 census with only days left before the deadline. Georgia ranks near the bottom of states in its progress on the decennial count, which influences federal money allocations and political representation.
The bridge over Brier Creek in Keysville has been dedicated in honor of the city’s former Mayor Maggie B. Cartwright. Saturday, a group of civic and political leaders, led by State Representative Gloria Frazier, gathered to honor Mrs. Cartwright for her dedication to the people of Keysville during her 2013-2016 term as mayor.
The Dalton City Council Monday night gave the go ahead to buy a new ladder truck for the fire department, which will be funded by the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) that was approved by voters in June.
Through its inaugural Halloween Pub Crawl, the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority is presenting “boos and brews” in the heart of Cartersville.
At its regular meeting and public hearing held on Monday, Sept. 14, the Dawsonville Planning Commission heard the concerns of local residents worried about a potential new subdivision near Perimeter Road in Dawson County.
The city of Albany’s downtown district has been designated as a 2020 Accredited Main Street America program.
Braselton planners will consider a rezoning request next week for a massive mixed use project off Jesse Cronic Rd.
The Mayor and City Council of Americus held a 3-hour meeting to set September’s Agenda.
Most of the cost for the more than $3 million project is federally funded. Roswell and Sandy Springs agreed to split the local costs. Similar to the gateway project, the pedestrian bridge has been in planning or design stages for nearly a decade.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused a Sandy Springs community center to take a new approach for its annual gala — a fundraiser for its food pantry, thrift shop and financial assistance for people in need.
Even though there were some reservations about spending money, the Washington City Council voted to go ahead and order a new trash truck to replace the aging truck which serves to collect and transport residential trash throughout the city.
With the way 2020 has gone so far, it’s never too early for some good news — even if you have to wait until Christmas. That’s how the city of Lawrenceville feels about its latest announcement that Santa Claus is coming to town, and he’s bringing fireworks.
Norcross is looking for individuals from the community to participate as part of a Buford Highway Corridor steering committee. The city is coordinating a Master Plan with the help of the Sizemore Group for strategic revitalization and redevelopment of the 1.85-mile long Buford Highway corridor.
Woodstock Parks and Recreation is partnering with the Sequoyah Regional Library System to post 15 to 20 signs in October featuring pages from the book, “Room on the Broom” by Julia Donaldson.
In a split decision Sept. 21, the Hoschton City Council voted to proceed with imposing impact fees on new construction in the town despite objections from the town's largest residential developer.
Communities across Georgia are running out of time to make sure they get a complete count in the 2020 Census.
The Hoschton City Council has decided to delay action related to its Hwy. 53 overlay district and go back to the drawing board on the matter.
Athens-Clarke Mayor Kelly Girtz has asked has asked Gov. Brian Kemp to strengthen state emergency orders to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Clarke and several other Georgia counties.
The Woodstock Fire Department gave a presentation at the most recent Woodstock City Council meeting, putting forth possible changes to the city code and its land development ordinance as it relates to sprinkler standards and fire apparatus roads.
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