Hampton residents can rest assured their utilities will not be cut off due to an inability to pay during the COVID-19 state of emergency, according to City Manager Alex Cohilas.
The Hampton City Council approved a measure at its meeting last Tuesday that will bring in a permanent operator of the city’s water systems.
The Hampton City Council approved a motion that would ban smoking in all city-owned public parks in the Hampton city limits.
The Hampton City Council voted against rezoning more than 200 acres of land for a possible new subdivision in the southern part of the city.
The Hampton City Council unanimously approved a resolution Tuesday asking the Georgia General Assembly to let voters decide if casino gaming should be legalized.
The Hampton City Council approved perhaps the most liberal public comment policy in the county at its meeting Tuesday.
City Council members Marty Meeks and Mary Ann Mitcham officially re-joined the Hampton City Council on Tuesday evening.
Two city council members will officially join the Hampton City Council on Tuesday, Jan. 7.
The council voted in favor of adding an additional public comment session at its Tuesday meeting. If the ordinance is passed in its second reading, meeting attendees will have the opportunity to speak in two public comment sessions – one for agenda items and one for general items.