Cities In The News
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The City of Covington officials received the preliminary air testing results this week from Montrose Air Quality Services, the company contracted by the city to test the air quality in the city and surrounding areas.
“With a new logo, new entertainment, and new downtown buzz in Sugar Hill, Sugar Rush 2019 invites everyone to enjoy an artfully festive fall,” city officials said in an announcement for the event.
After volunteering on the Summerville Fire Department for the last 19 years, Dee Windle is retiring.
On Oct. 11, the city of Marietta marked 18 months of connected transportation and life-saving technology within the city by being awarded the Technology Innovation Showcase award from the State of Georgia’s Chief Information Officer Calvin Rhodes.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms appointed Shelby Busó chief sustainability officer, the city announced in a news release. Busó will oversee the city’s resilience and sustainability efforts, which include reducing residents’ utility bills by running buildings on clean energy.
Roswell city officials announced the acquisition of the final parcel of the Seven Branches property, an undeveloped tract along Holcomb Bridge Road said to contain the city’s last stand of old-growth trees.
LaGrange Mayor Jim Thornton, LaGrange Police Chief Lou Dekmar and Coweta Judicial Circuit District Attorney Herb Cranford all addressed the committee early in the meeting, sharing some of the methods used to address gang violence in LaGrange and where the state can help.
Flowery Branch customers will see slightly higher water and sewer bills in November after the Flowery Branch City Council unanimously approved a 5% rate increase Thursday.
Cairo City Council members heard a petition Monday night to allow bow hunting on city property, but no action was ultimately taken.
A smart traffic signal network that Marietta was the first jurisdiction in the country to fully integrate is paying off big time, city staff say.
Forsyth mayor Eric Wilson told leaders along the I-75 corridor on Sept. 19 that he’s very concerned about how new truck lanes could hurt his city.
The Moultrie City Council voted Tuesday night to purchase new extrication tools for the fire department.
The Madison Mayor and City Council gave the green light for the development of two new parks in the city...
A push for a moratorium on all new developments in the City of Madison did not fly with city council members at Monday night’s regular meeting.
A ban has been established by the Marietta City Council on the use of bicycles, skates, skateboards, roller blades and similar devices on city property and in parks and the central business district.
Snellville has enacted a 12-month moratorium on new vape shops opening.
County and city officials and the SPLOST VIII campaign committee invited media to tour several facilities eligible to receive funds should the new tax pass Nov. 5.
A senior housing project off Old Winder Highway/Ga. 211 just south of Hall County has been given Braselton’s approval with conditions.
A decision in the 1950s to run a road through the middle of Wright Square is about to be reversed.
Statesboro's new fee levels for alcoholic beverage licenses represent an attempt to match the prices paid by license holders to the city's costs for policing different types of establishments: restaurants, bars, pubs and so forth.
The stalemate between the Dalton City Council and the Whitfield County Board of Commissioners over the service delivery agreement has cost taxpayers a little over $19,000 so far.
The city of Hinesville has begun accepting vendor applications for the annual Hinesville for the Holidays event.
Free community classes in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) will be offered in November by the Roswell Fire Department.
Atlanta Councilman Antonio Brown is holding a town hall Thursday evening for residents in his district to decide how participatory budget funds will be spent.
The city of Covington is asking a local sterilization plant to suspend operations after air monitoring found elevated levels of a carcinogenic gas emitted by the facility in surrounding neighborhoods.
A new townhome development is taking shape off Thurmon Tanner Parkway — one that can provide eventual access for Hall County Schools.
On Saturday, the City of LaGrange held its monthly litter cleanup in the Hillside community. More than 50 city employees, community members, as well as city leaders participated in the event.
Hazardous and toxic items, from paint thinners to household cleaners to mercury thermometers, will be taken at a Roswell Public Works/Environmental Department household hazardous waste collection in November, according to a city announcement.
A master plan that identifies 31.4 miles of potential trails, and proposes constructing seven miles of trails over 10 years at an estimated cost of $33.3 million, has been approved by the Sandy Springs City Council.
Sandy Springs has scheduled a public information open house for November for the proposed Path 400 Multiuse Trail Extension, a vehicle-free way for walkers and bicyclists to get from the Perimeter area to Buckhead.
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