The hot topics along with the biscuits and bacon Thursday morning were sewers, other Dalton-related capital projects, new housing developments and the push for another Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST).
It's been called one of the city's crown jewels, but at the same time, many Daltonians don't even know it exists.
The nation's top military pilots could perform daring acrobatics in the skies over the Dalton Municipal Airport next May.
The members of the Dalton City Council have agreed on the council's representatives to an advisory committee that will make recommendations for projects that could be funded by a future Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST). And council members plan to vote to make their picks official when they meet on Monday at 6 p.m. in City Hall.
Qualifying will begin in a few weeks for local municipal elections that will be held on Nov. 5.
"We were looking for something that would symbolize the city and be a place that people would want to come to," said Allyson Coker, project manager of Believe Greater Dalton.
Dalton Mayor Dennis Mock says he's glad the city now has an intergovernmental agreement with Whitfield County concerning the use of encrypted, county-owned radios.
The historic Belk building in downtown Dalton could reopen as an apartment building next spring, according to the owners.
Dalton Public Works Director Benny Dunn said the effort to shore up the failing westbound lane of Botany Woods Drive was an emergency project, so he's not surprised that some unforeseen issues have been discovered.
Dalton City Hall is getting some needed upgrades as workers replace failing roof tiles and gutters.