Cities In The News
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Cairo City Council members are becoming increasingly concerned with a series of false alarms, primarily from businesses, that they say are distracting police from their regular duties.
A town hall forum on Tuesday, Feb. 18, will look at how Savannah can adopt a goal of transitioning to 100% safe, renewable, clean energy by 2030.
“You never get a second chance to make a first impression,” said Dalton Mayor David Pennington.
Earlier today the Chattooga County Water District was told its well number 7 is not affected by contaminates. This would allow them to supply the City of Summerville which is struggling with clean water.
Alpharetta will spend $200 milllion for road and infrastructure improvements over the next eight years, said Alpharetta Mayor Jim Gilvin during his State of the City Address this week.
The Hampton City Council approved a motion that would ban smoking in all city-owned public parks in the Hampton city limits.
Anish Govan requested that the City of Dalton rezone 1.7 acres his family owns to commercial from residential so they could demolish the house on the site, but withdrew that request just before the opening of the City Council meeting.
The city of Marietta has filed a class action lawsuit against a drug company after the price of a decades-old medicine went from $40 a vial to more than $39,000.
The City of Statesboro and Bulloch County are partnering to “implement the CodeRED system, a high-speed emergency notification system,” said Bulloch County Public Safety Director Ted Wynn.
When it comes to having big dreams for Rome, all Rome City Commissioners agreed during their annual Planning Retreat Thursday that it's going to take money to turn those dreams into reality. Lots of it.
A halfway house in Marietta can continue to operate after Mayor Steve Tumlin issued a rare veto at Wednesday’s City Council meeting.
National Arbor Day won't be here until April, but Rome and Floyd County will be celebrating Georgia Arbor Day this Friday.
The City Council will hold a presentation on the list of projects they hope to fund with the one-cent Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax. Residents will have 45 minutes to have their say on the projects.
The Marietta City Council voted 6-0 to approve the agency’s plans to knock down the medical offices that have been on the site since 1991 and build a new two-story, 5,158-square-foot building in the same general location as the existing building.
City work crews removed two large Oak trees from the Broadway median in downtown Columbus earlier this week.
The Helen City Commission has given tentative approval for a temporary new route for a horse carriage company.
CLAYTON— The city of Clayton will hold a public hearing for the short-term rental ordinance on Tuesday, Feb.18 at 3:30 p.m., council members announced at the city work session Tuesday.
The Baldwin City Council Monday approved the purchase of a new pump costing over $50,000 for the regency lift station.
AMERICUS – Americus Mayor Barry Blount strongly urged the Sumter County Board of Education (BOE) to keep the name of the new high school as Americus-Sumter High School and to not change the name to Sumter County High School. Mayor Blount stated his case to the BOE at its monthly meeting on Monday, February 10.
With no clear direction from the state, St. Marys City Council decided to not decide about revoking an alcohol license that the state says violates state law
After nearly 45 minutes of discussion, St. Marys City Council delayed a decision for 90 days on an ordinance establishing a storm water utility.
City of Perry Director of Engineering Chad McMurrian presented council with proposed changes to Weleetka Trial at the work session held on February 3. McMurrian first explained the original concept prepared by Bryant Engineering, which would cost $1.2 million. McMurrian stated that he was asked to return with alternate options. McMurrian presented five alternate plans.
At the top of the docket was a resolution to approve a joint school district referendum, seeking the reimposition of the local 1% ESPLOST tax.
Chief of Police Jody Matthews took center stage at Wednesday afternoon’s Euharlee City Council work session meeting, where he went over numerous proposals to revise departmental policies.
The company Rome hired to analyze downtown parking data oversold its capabilities, leaving city staff to scramble to find another company that could deliver the information needed.
Villa Rica is moving forward with a traffic study that promises to help solve current traffic snarls and prevent new ones as the city grows.
Several documents related to a new Service Delivery Strategy Agreement between Milledgeville City Council and the Baldwin County Board of Commissioners were officially signed by the top two governing officials during a special ceremony Tuesday night at City Hall.
Thomasville City Council unanimously approved a slate of residents to serve on various boards, commissions and authorities.
The Tifton City Council approved an $11.9 million bid to build apartments at the former Captain’s Point Trailer Park Feb. 3, but not before a lengthy — and, at times, heated — debate.
The Hampton City Council voted against rezoning more than 200 acres of land for a possible new subdivision in the southern part of the city.
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