A West Hall church may find out Thursday night whether it can relocate to Flowery Branch property that officials have regarded as more suitable for commercial uses.
A public art display has been installed on city-owned property in downtown Flowery Branch, across from City Hall.
An aging part of Flowery Branch is about to get a major makeover.
Ed Asbridge won a special election on June 18 for an unexpired council term of former councilwoman Mary Jones who resigned in 2018; Jones died earlier this year.
Flowery Branch’s property tax rate is staying the same.
City staff recommended denial of the request. Planning Director Rich Atkinson said the more-than 11-acre property at the corner of McEver Road and Gainesville Street lies in a corridor that the city has been looking to use for commercial development.
Voters in Flowery Branch Tuesday have selected Ed Asbridge to fill the unexpired city council term of Mary Jones, who resigned last year and then passed away earlier this year.
The special election to fill Flowery Branch City Council’s Post 2 seat is set for Tuesday, June 18. Voting on Tuesday will take place 7 a.m.-7 p.m. at City Hall, 5410 W. Pine St.
They'll be trying to fill the unexpired term of Mary Jones, who resigned last December. Jones, who cited "health reasons" for her resignation, according to Mayor Mike Miller, died early last month. Her seat on the council has remained vacant since her resignation.
The Flowery Branch property tax rate could remain the same as the South Hall city moves toward passing its fiscal 2020 budget, which takes effect July 1.