Two new directors for the Carrollton Parks and Recreation Department were named this week.
An Illinois-based meat producer’s transition to the former Colorado Premium Foods plant in Carrollton has been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Carrollton City Engineer Tommy Holland said that the coronavirus pandemic had an indirect impact on the schedule, even though construction workers were considered essential during the shelter-in-place emergency order.
The report said that the Carrollton Police Department answered 65,233 calls for service year-to-date. There are a total of 70 sworn personnel in the police department and 13 civilian personnel.
While some dads are hundreds or thousands of miles away from their children on Father’s Day, Matt Kenerly and his son Cody are right here in Carrollton, serving and protecting its citizens.
Carrollton Mayor Betty Cason told the Times-Georgian on Tuesday that she will be meeting with County Commission Chairman Michelle Morgan and UWG Center for Public History Director Ann McCleary to talk about what can be done about the monument.
A revised rezoning request to locate an events center and museum in a historic west Carrollton high school has been scrubbed. Dr. Brent Harris told the Times-Georgian he had notified the city’s community development director that he is canceling his rezoning request for the former George Washington Carver High School.
A food truck court could possibly be coming to a west Carrollton church’s parking lot. But one food truck operator said the court might be a “hard sell” to city council members and other food truck owners who would need to pay permit fees to set up in the church’s parking lot.
Peter Maierhofer has led the Carrollton Parks and Recreation department for the last 21 years and has taken a position as the assistant director of the Savannah Recreation and Leisure Services Department.
Carrollton council members will have a public hearing Monday night on the proposed $28.5 million FY21 budget before adopting the plan in mid-July.