The Fayetteville City Council is considering a revision to the alcoholic beverage ordinance in response to some businesses believing they are being hindered by aspects of the current ordinance. The first reading held on July 2 will be followed by a likely vote on July 16.
The Fayetteville City Council on July 2 adopted a trap, neuter, vaccinate and return (TNVR) ordinance that mirrors the ordinance adopted in May by the Fayette County Commission.
The Fayetteville City Council on July 2 unanimously approved an eminent domain issue that met the monetary request of the owner of property needed to complete acquisitions for the long-planned pedestrian bridge over Ga. Highway 54 West and the multi-use trail that will link to Lester Road.
The first reading of the Fayetteville FY 2021 General Fund budget on July 2 showed a decrease of $620,706 in revenues. The proposed budget sits at $16.966 million, down from the current $17.587 million.
Plans for a single-family home subdivision north of the Summit Point retail center were back before the Fayetteville Planning and Zoning Commission on June 23, this time with a new applicant proposing 48 homes as the Dixon Farm subdivision. Commissioners voted to recommend approval for the required rezoning.
The July 2 meeting of the Fayetteville City Council will include a mix of items such as the FY 2021 budget presentation and a move to acquire a small section of property for the upcoming pedestrian bridge and multi-use path along Ga. Highway 54 West.
The Fayetteville City Council on June 18 unanimously approved the lease of 25 fixed-position license plate reader cameras to be installed at locations entering and exiting the city.
The Fayetteville City Council on June 18 heard the first reading of a trap, neuter, vaccinate and return (TVNR) ordinance to address the overpopulation of cats that mirrors the ordinance adopted in May by the Fayette County Commission.
It was in October that the former Fayette County Board of Education building on Stonewall Avenue in Fayetteville was demolished. Beginning to take shape now is the new Fayetteville City Hall, expected to open in less than a year.
Fayetteville Police Chief Scott Gray, Deputy Chief Robert Mask, Fayetteville Mayor Ed Johnson, and Mayor Eric Dial were instrumental in figuring out the logistics of the protest.