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Since becoming president of Rome-Floyd County Development Authority, Missy Kendrick has been working on bringing more jobs and businesses to Floyd County.
The Cedartown Commission spent their first regular meeting of the year taking care of routine business to get 2020 going strong.
Former Griffin Chief of Staff Jessica W. O'Connor has now assumed the duties as deputy city manager and staff attorney for the city of Griffin.
The City Council unanimously approved a bid on Jan. 6 to build a permanent ADA accessible restroom facility at the CNG station.
Before Pembroke’s city council could start Monday’s regular scheduled meeting, there was some ceremony to attend to.
On Thursday, January 9, the City of Adrian convened at 5:30 p.m. at the Community House in Adrian for the purpose of installing and swearing-in newly elected officials.
The personnel changes to the Twin City City Commission since the November 2019 election formally went into effect last Tuesday night as the body of government kicked off the first meeting of the new year with a swearing-in ceremony.
The Hampton City Council unanimously approved a resolution Tuesday asking the Georgia General Assembly to let voters decide if casino gaming should be legalized.
The Hampton City Council approved perhaps the most liberal public comment policy in the county at its meeting Tuesday.
Three members of the Stockbridge City Council were sworn in on Monday evening.
Roswell is among the latest metro jurisdictions to object to proposed state legislation that critics say would preempt local governments’ ability to regulate the design of single-family homes.
Brookhaven is the latest city to pass a law protecting residents and employees from discrimination by businesses.
The next decade will be a busy one for the Gainesville Parks and Recreation Department.
The Dawsonville city council and the Dawson County board of commissioners came together Monday night in a joint meeting to discuss the terms and conditions of the proposed TSPLOST referendum.
Brunswick city commissioners approved Rimrock Development as the developer for a Marriott brand hotel on the Oglethorpe block in downtown Brunswick at Wednesday’s city commission meeting.
The Brunswick-Golden Isles Chamber of Commerce got good news at its monthly meeting Wednesday when it comes to tourism in the Golden Isles.
After three unsuccessful votes, Braselton leaders voted Jan. 13 to defer a request for a large residential development near Chateau Elan.
The Braselton Town Council observed a moment of silence at its Jan. 13 meeting following the death of Pam Braselton Jackson.
The upcoming March 24 special elections to fill the unexpired seats of Hoschton mayor Theresa Kenerly and councilman Jim Cleveland will both be contested.
And then there were — just — two. With only two sitting members left, the Hoschton City Council's ability to hold votes and conduct business will be on ice until April.
Several City of Cedartown employees were honored for their dedication and service at the January 13 Cedartown City Commission.
City Manager Isiaiah Hugley said the city will be saving money in the long term by purchasing the former Virginia College building.
In their first meeting of 2020, the Woodstock City Council saw the swearing-in of returning members and the appointment of a new mayor pro tem, as well as some personnel changes.
Before he was even sworn in as a newly elected Rome city commissioner, Mark Cochran advocated during the commission’s Monday caucus that the Unified Land Development Code be completely recrafted from the ground up.
Mayor Bob Smith eschewed a public swearing-in for his second oath of office.
Three Cairo City Council incumbents were sworn in Monday night to begin new four-year terms.
Greg Hobbs was elected Thomasville mayor Monday night by a majority vote of city council members.
The atmosphere was pleasant, congenial, and seemed filled with optimism in a spirit of community.
Savannah City Council members and mayor will have a busy first meeting day on Thursday, Jan. 16, as they hold their first voting meeting.
The Roswell City Council wants to preserve the building and approved a $40,000 contract with VHB, an engineering consulting firm, to do a structural assessment of it.
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