An established steel fabrication company is moving to Holly Springs in early 2021, bringing an estimated 50 jobs to Cherokee County, company officials said Friday.
During Monday’s meeting, the Holly Springs City Council agreed to submit a pre-application for funding from the Land and Water Conservation Fund to construct multi-use trails.
At Monday’s meeting, the Holly Springs City Council voted to approve converting the intersection of Rabbit Hill Road, Hillgrove Drive, and Hallbrooke Drive into a four-way stop intersection.
The Holly Springs City Council this week discussed an intergovernmental agreement with Cherokee County to resurface seven city streets.
During their meeting Monday, Holly Springs City Council members approved seeking a Georgia Outdoor Stewardship Program Grant to pay for trail and sidewalk extensions on the city's south side.
Jeremy Smith has played a part in helping to get Holly Springs to where it is today, but after 15 years of service on the city council, he now is the right time to step down in order to begin a new chapter of his life.
Insurance executive Jeff Wilbur has been sworn in to fill the unexpired term through year’s end of Holly Springs City Councilman Jeremy Smith – and, as the only candidate to qualify for the Nov. 3 election for the Ward 5 seat, will continue to serve the next four years.
The Holly Springs City Council authorized surveying work along Holly Springs Parkway for the next phase of the parkway widening project.
Jeff Wilbur was sworn in as the new Ward 5 councilman during Monday’s Holly Springs City Council meeting, filling the seat that was left vacant by former Ward 5 Councilman Jeremy Smith.
Holly Springs will have a new member of the City Council, Jeff Wilbur, who recently qualified for the Ward 5 seat held by Jeremy Smith.