Members of the Cartersville-Bartow County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Technical Coordinating Committee voted to approve its fiscal year 2021-2024 transportation improvement program.
“For over twenty-seven years, Anheuser-Busch has been a positive presence in our city, and a committed partner in providing quality jobs and making our community a better place. This expansion is just the latest example of that,” said Cartersville Mayor Matt Santini.
The MOU had previously been approved by both the Development Authority of Cartersville and the Cartersville City Council.
Members of the Cartersville City Council voted unanimously last week to approve a memorandum of understanding (MOU) that would allow Anheuser-Busch to pursue $150 million in bonds for a proposed brewery expansion project.
A discussion on a possible downtown entertainment district drew a large crowd to Thursday evening’s Cartersville City Council meeting — with the majority of speakers adamantly opposed to the idea.
Members of the Cartersville Alcohol Control Board voted unanimously Wednesday morning to recommend approval of a slate of ordinance amendments that would give Cartersville Police Department (CPD) officials greater access to businesses’ video recording systems.
Over the years, Cartersville Mayor Matt Santini said the municipality has seen its fair share of absurd lawsuits.
Following a public meeting on Friday afternoon, the newly reassembled City of Cartersville Ethics Committee now has a full board.
The Cartersville Downtown Development Authority is encouraging area residents to “be a tourist in your town” during the month of October.
Instead of conducting an in-person boot drive during the first week in October, Cartersville Fire Department will appeal for support throughout the month on its fundraising page at www.gfbf.org.