Canton City Council members continued their discussion on how to fill the vacant Ward 2 seat on the council during their July 2 meeting.
Making permanent a privilege extended to local restaurants to help them weather the COVID-19 pandemic, the Canton City Council has approved an ordinance allowing them to continue package sales of beer and wine.
Discussions regarding filling the empty seat on the Canton City Council continued during Thursday’s council meeting, with discussion on cost of the election, the electoral process, and a possible draft contract between Canton and the Cherokee County Elections Office.
The Canton City Council at Thursday’s meeting discussed amending city law to allow package sales of beer and wine by restaurants.
Seeking to assist small businesses threatened by fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, the city of Canton has announced a “License to Recovery” program that will zero out a firm’s occupational tax.
The Canton City Council on Thursday approved the launch of a program named “License to Recovery” to assist local small businesses recover from the impact of the current pandemic.
The Canton City Council and Canton Downtown Development Authority last week gave their support for financing to bring a co-working company to The Mill on Etowah.
Starting Monday, public playgrounds, park pavilions and restrooms, and athletic fields and courts will reopen to the public in Canton, city officials said Friday.
The Canton City Council approved a plan to help local businesses and individuals by waiving some fees and providing written payment plans due to COVID-19 at their meeting on May 7.
Seeking to give a break to businesses and residents hammered by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Canton City Council has authorized staff to waive certain penalties and late fees for licenses, excise taxes and utility payments.