The Maysville City Council agreed in a called meeting on Friday, March 6, to purchase two lawn mowers for the public works department.
At the request of the planning and zoning commission, the council agreed to consider whether to direct the commission to move forward with preparation of regulations for a historic overlay district.
The Marietta City Council voted 6-0 to approve the agency’s plans to knock down the medical offices that have been on the site since 1991 and build a new two-story, 5,158-square-foot building in the same general location as the existing building.
More than 40 people crowded into the meeting room of the City of Maysville Monday night to give input on a proposed nuisance and property maintenance ordinance, as well as a historic district overlay ordinance.
Maysville officials elected to serve another term and department heads for the year were appointed at the first city council meeting for the year, held Monday night, Jan. 6.
The Maysville Planning and Zoning Board will hold a public hearing on Thursday, January 30, at 7 p.m. at 4 Homer Street to receive public comment on proposed ordinances addressing dilapidated, unsafe and abandoned buildings and the historic district overlay.
The Maysville City Council agreed in a special called meeting on Oct. 17 to fund two projects with revenue from the Banks County special purpose local option sales tax (SPLOST).