Centerville Mayor and Council met for its October work session on Tuesday, during which time, it was decided by a split vote of four to one, that the city would cancel this year’s Christmas parade.
Before the official start of Tuesday’s regular Centerville Council meeting, several of the city’s firefighters were recognized for outstanding actions.
Centerville Mayor and Council met Tuesday evening for their September work session, and aside from giving consideration to the license applications of two new home based companies in the area, the only matter of new business on the agenda was a Memorandum of Understanding, read by Councilman Micheal Evans, regarding the Centerville Police Department.
Tuesday evening, Centerville Mayor and Council met for their regular monthly meeting, and was able to successfully and unanimously agree upon a lowered millage rate as well as reinstate merit raises for city employees.
It’s been some years in the making, but on Wednesday afternoon, the groundbreaking on the land of the future home of Centerville’s new fire station finally took place.
Mayor John Harley declared, "I’m so proud and happy of this proclamation declaring Tuesday, August 4, 2020, General John C. Kubinec Day in Centerville. This is something that we’re very proud to be able to do."
Georgia Municipal Association held a forum by way of a conference call on July 27 wherein four mayors within the state discussed the economic effects that COVID-19 has been having on their respective cities.
In a special called council meeting, Centerville Mayor and Council took to the live stream Monday through the city’s official Facebook page and declared July 27 to be "D. Ronnie Brand Day.”
Centerville Mayor and Council met Tuesday for a special council meeting.
Tuesday evening, Centerville Mayor and Council held its regular monthly meeting. The primary item on the agenda was the presentation of the proposed Fiscal Year 2021 (FY 2021) budget.