The City of McCaysville City Council declared a public health emergency Tuesday afternoon, March 24, to "protect and promote the health, safety and welfare of its citizens."
McCaysville City Council members agreed to spend $29,960, adopted a resolution governing meeting agendas and tabled several items for future consideration.
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.
McCaysville city officials discussed an amendment to the vendor ordinance which would allow street preachers and other non-profit type groups to hand out information for free.
The new McCaysville City Council members took up a variety of items when they met for their first time January 14.
The City of McCaysville held a swearing in ceremony for newly elected and re-elected city officials who will serve the next four years during an organizational meeting, January 2.