Springfield’s city council wants to raise taxes by 30 percent to make up for losses due to COVID-19, meet the needs of new residents and quit relying on reserve funds.
The theater owned by the City of Springfield is one of the government buildings that have been closed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
According to SafeWise’s sixth annual Safest Cities in Georgia study, Springfield ranks 30th.
Due to social distancing guidelines, Tuesday's Springfield City Council meeting will be conducted via teleconference.
Two parties willing to keep digging struck a golden deal during the Jan. 21 meeting of the Springfield Downtown Development Authority (DDA).