A neighborhood convenience store that boasts Brunswick’s biggest burger will remain on its corner after the Brunswick and Glynn County Economic Development Authority voted to lend its owner $57,000 from its revolving loan fund.
Given that the 2020 census is making a long overdue push for electronic submission of data, our county may need to strategically deploy census workers to help cover these gaps.
The Brunswick & Glynn County Development Authority met for two days in January to discuss its vision for the future, and authority members held a workshop Tuesday to discuss five objectives and key results expected from those discussions held earlier this year.
City Commissioner Julie Martin sees the untapped potential for downtown Brunswick.
While Glynn County is chugging along on Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax 2016-funded infrastructure projects, brick-and-mortar items continue to face delays.
At a recent Brunswick City Commission meeting, Mayor Cornell Harvey said it’s “time to take off the gloves” when dealing with Glynn County commissioners.
Brunswick City and Glynn County commissioners will come together Tuesday at a joint meeting to hear about the upcoming 2020 census.
Brunswick city officials held a workshop Monday to discuss the proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year, which begins on July 1.
There was little comment by city commissioners after Brunswick City Manager Jim Drumm presented the proposed budget for 2019-2020 fiscal year that begins July 1.
Brunswick City Manager Jim Drumm presented the fiscal year 2019-2020 budget for the City of Brunswick to the mayor and commissioners Wednesday evening, detailing several key provisions both new and recurring from previous budgets.