Cities In The News
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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.
The City of Cartersville Ethics Committee convened Friday afternoon for a called meeting.
Members of the Cartersville City Council voted unanimously last week to approve a $98,684 contract with ADS Environmental Services to provide one year of sewer flow monitoring services for the local water department.
The Conyers City Council has cleared the way for a transitional home for men with mental health and substance abuse issues to open at 1555 Milstead Road NE following a split vote Wednesday.
A new Pembroke City Hall along with various city building renovations has taken one step closer to becoming reality, according to City Administrator Alex Floyd.
Whitfield County's smaller cities have not raised their property tax rates this year. The Cohutta Town Council set its property tax rate at zero.
Redevelopment and revitalization of the Holcomb Bridge corridor was one of the first goals Peachtree Corners had after its establishment was approved by voters nearly a decade ago.
The $2.1 million in renovations on the first floor of Gainesville’s administration building on Roosevelt Square are almost complete, and the new space will feature a visitor center, as well as upgrades for the city’s information technology department.
Villa Rica council members got a glimpse into the future last week, as City Manager Tom Barber mapped out a 20-year plan that would see the city pay for its many needs through a pattern of steady growth.
Carrollton city officials have introduced a new clean up initiative this week aimed at residents who have not kept their grass cut.
The Roswell City Council has awarded a $113,585 contract to Tri Scapes Inc. to landscape the Hardscrabble Green Loop.
The Sandy Springs City Council has approved a $161,100 change order to have an engineering consultant design short-term improvements and explore long-terms solutions to the congested intersection of Abernathy and Roswell roads.
To help ease the burden on Marietta property owners during this COVID-19 pandemic, Marietta city officials are allowing property tax payments to be paid in two equal installments for the 2020 tax year.
In separate meetings Monday, the Baldwin City Council and Habersham County Commission could decide whether the county will allow Baldwin to annex roughly 145 acres on Thompson Road for development.
The city of Albany received an additional round of special allocation of Community Development Block Grant coronavirus funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in the amount of $508,745 to be used to prevent, prepare for, and respond to COVID-19.
The city of Thomasville Police Department recently partnered with RedSpeed USA to implement a program for automated speed enforcement in school zones.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has created a financial strain on municipalities who never budgeted for the many safety precautions necessary to keep running.
The first reading of a proposed pub crawl ordinance inspired spirited discussion at Thursday evening’s Cartersville City Council meeting.
Smyrna City Council will consider Monday expanding an open-container area along the Chattahoochee River in a bid to attract businesses to an upcoming mixed-use development.
The Canton City Council approved an amendment to city law to allow golf carts to be driven on streets of neighborhoods where residents request it.
Tuesday’s regular meeting of Perry Mayor and Council and pre-council session saw a number of ordinances slated for a second reading and subsequent vote discussed.
The Canton City Council approved a list of repairs to the Etowah River Park Pedestrian Bridge during its meeting on Thursday.
Centerville Mayor and Council met Tuesday evening for their September work session, and aside from giving consideration to the license applications of two new home based companies in the area, the only matter of new business on the agenda was a Memorandum of Understanding, read by Councilman Micheal Evans, regarding the Centerville Police Department.
Pombier is among three finalists for the Savannah city manager post. All three will be in Savannah for in-person interviews and to participate in community roundtables Friday and Saturday.
Plans to open a liquor store at 1081 Iris Drive can move forward after the Conyers City Council approved a conditional use permit for the business on Wednesday.
A plan to establish a new entertainment district in downtown Villa Rica will be placed before the City Council next month.
“We are mindful of the ongoing pandemic, as well as the need for community connection and interaction,” said Tucker Communications Manager Sonja Szubski. “We will be pulling out all the stops to make this as safe an event as you have ever seen.”
An 86-acre, 214-lot section inside the 1,000-acre Sterling on the Lake subdivision in Flowery Branch was given initial approval to become a gated active adult community with privately maintained roads.
Last month, the city of Doraville decriminalized marijuana possession under one ounce after more than 100 people were arrested in 2019 because they were allegedly found in possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.
An effort to annex just over 48-acres into the city limits of Flowery Branch has been denied again.
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