North Fulton has seen an increase in coronavirus cases but officials in Milton, Alpharetta, Roswell, Sandy Springs and Johns Creek are not currently taking steps to order citizens to wear face masks in public.
Milton has announced that for the first time in months, it will resume rentals Monday of outdoor spaces and playing fields, though with some restrictions due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.
The Milton City Council has approved a major rewrite of its alcohol ordinance, relaxing the alcohol-to-food ratio for restaurants and allowing drinking on the premises of craft beer and wine markets, among other changes.
The Milton City Council has adopted an ordinance that allows “personal transportation vehicles,” also known as golf carts, to be driven on city streets, subject to certain restrictions and state regulations.
The walking and horseback riding trails at Birmingham Park are now “wider, safer and more accessible than ever” with the recent completion of a trail rehab project by the Milton Public Works Department, the city announced.
The City Council voted in February to pay $72,500 an acre to acquire the land at 13502 Providence Road; the sellers were GFLIRB LLC and Douglas R. Coe, according to the sales contract.
Nearly all Milton parks and facilities will reopen Saturday, after being closed by the public health crisis.
The Milton Fire-Rescue Department has gotten the go-ahead to apply for a federal grant that officials said could offset the costs of nine additional firefighter and help reverse rising response times.
The Milton City Council has approved an $89,050 architectural services agreement to renovate the clubhouse at the former Milton Country Club.
Acting on two measures concerning city parks, the Milton City Council had first reading of an anti-smoking ordinance update that would prohibit vaping at the parks; and accepted a state grant of up to $100,000 for a new fishing pier at Providence Park.