Scheduled to be present are Acworth Mayor Tommy Allegood, representatives from the city’s Board of Aldermen, Cobb County Commissioner Keli Gambrill, Acworth department heads (Power, Public Works, Police, Finance, Human Resources, Community Development, Administration, Parks and Recreation) and panelists from the last event who will be available to continue the conversation.
Jacqueline Eagen, customer service representative for the city of Acworth, has enjoyed the benefits of participating in her employer’s health and wellness program. Among them are $300 in gift cards she earned and 37 pounds she lost.
City of Acworth officials are offering the Small Business CARES Grant Program to Acworth-based businesses and nonprofits that have experienced business interruption due to the COVID-19 public health emergency.
Acworth Mayor Tommy Allegood and city officials held a ribbon cutting on Aug. 20 at The Cowan Historic Mill, the city's oldest commercial building.
Acworth businesses that have taken a financial hit because of the coronavirus may be eligible for grants from the city under a new program.
The Acworth Board of Aldermen unanimously approved raising the city’s millage rate from 7.6 to 8.95 mills, at a special-called meeting Thursday evening.
The SPLOST 2022 project list also contains many public safety projects, a new animal shelter, parks and library safety enhancements and funding for projects in Cobb’s six cities.
Two more Cobb County cities have formally taken a stance against racism and discrimination in their jurisdictions.
The Acworth Board of Aldermen on Thursday unanimously passed a resolution condemning racism, making it the second city governing body in Cobb to do so.
The expected SPLOST revenue for Acworth would be about $24 million, according to Alex Almodovar, assistant to Acworth City Manager Brian Bulthuis.