Bennie Williams doesn’t believe it will be difficult for a committee being formed by the Brunswick City Commission to reach consensus over the future of an American Civil War monument in the port city.
Local governments in Glynn County and the city of Brunswick intend on returning to in-person meetings in July.
City commissioners unanimously approved a resolution Wednesday to establish a committee to make a recommendation that will determine the future of a Confederate monument in downtown Brunswick.
The Brunswick City Commission will consider a request that would allow the construction of a small village of 36 tiny homes for homeless veterans.
City officials acknowledge this new approach to housing falls outside local zoning ordinances, but a growing number of communities across the state have been allowing tiny house developments.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a challenge for merchants in downtown Brunswick, but there is reason for optimism.
Brunswick city commissioners unanimously approved a $15.6 million budget for the upcoming fiscal year Wednesday during a special called meeting.
After 19 years of planning, city officials believed they were close to reaching a deal earlier this year to begin construction of the long-awaited Oglethorpe Conference Center.
The American Civil War memorial to confederate soldiers in downtown Brunswick was defaced over the weekend.
There is a growing movement to remove the Confederate Civil War Memorial in downtown Brunswick.