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Signs erected for Bicycle Route 1 in Conyers, Rockdale

November 30, 2020

Rockdale Citizen

The Conyers Rockdale Bicycle and Trail Coalition (CRB&TC), the city of Conyers and Rockdale County are taking further steps to encourage and welcome cyclists to ride within the city of Conyers and Rockdale County.

City posts Christmas parade safety guidelines

November 30, 2020

Valdosta Daily Times

The City of Valdosta and the Ossipe Temple are gearing up for the Greater Valdosta Annual Christmas parade scheduled for 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5, city officials said in a statement.

Smartphone app lets Johns Creek residents inventory trees

November 30, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Johns Creek’s Geographic Information Systems office has created a smart phone app that lets residents enjoy the outdoors while helping to create an inventory of tree species in city parks.

Woodstock launches small retailer co-workspaces

November 30, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Woodstock Downtown Development Authority leased about 4,000 square feet at 8636 Main St. for the economic development initiative. Made Mercantile offers sales and production space to nurture small businesses as they scale to market.

Johns Creek launches ‘Toys for Tots’ campaign

November 30, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

For the 15th year, the city of Johns Creek is sponsoring a “Toys for Tots” holiday campaign in partnership with the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation.

Gainesville plans sewer expansion near U.S. 129

November 30, 2020

Gainesville Times

Gainesville Water Resources is planning a $28 million sewer expansion that would serve some areas along U.S. 129, and the public can learn more about the plans at an upcoming community meeting.

LaGrange working on 20-year bond for $22.6M sewer projects

November 30, 2020

LaGrange Daily News

The LaGrange City Council passed a budget amendment and authorized the mayor and clerk to execute a reimbursement resolution regarding water and sewer facilities at its Tuesday night meeting.

Norcross to add Spanish to tree plaques in Pinnacle Park

November 30, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Earlier this year, the Norcross Tree Preservation Board proposed a project to place tree identification plaques at 16 trees in Pinnacle Park, 250 Pinnacle Way. The city provided $4,000 for the project.

Norcross to add digital message display to gateway monument sign

November 30, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Norcross City Council recently approved $19,400 for the installation of a digital message center display in the gateway monument sign at the corner of Holcomb Bridge Road and Peachtree Industrial Boulevard.

John Creek opens first park that’s the city’s very own

November 30, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Johns Creek officials have cut the ribbon to officially open Morton Road Park – noteworthy in that it’s the first park the city didn’t inherit from Fulton County when it was incorporated in 2006.

Dekmar selected for national task force on policing

November 30, 2020

LaGrange Daily News

LaGrange Police Chief Lou Dekmar was selected to serve on a task force on policing formed by the Council on Criminal Justice, an independent, nonpartisan invitational membership organization and think tank. The city announced Dekmar’s selection in a news release.

Perry PD stuffs cruisers with holiday cheer

November 30, 2020

Houston Home Journal

Perry Police Department will be hosting a "Stuff the Cruiser” event next Saturday on December 5 at the Perry Walmart on Saint Patricks Drive starting at 8:00 a.m.

Downtown student apartments considered by City

November 30, 2020

Dahlonega Nugget

In the recent weeks the enthusiastic debate regarding a proposed 298-bed student apartment complex along Hawkins Street and Happy Hollow Road has not diminished

Alcohol license in south Albany draws fire from Ward VI commissioner

November 30, 2020

Albany Herald

The issuing of alcohol licenses has been put under the microscope this year in the city for businesses that sell beer, wine and liquor for package or on-premises consumption, as two Albany City Commission members have questioned their location in residential areas.

Code Enforcement's Robert Carter remembered as dedicated employee

November 30, 2020

Albany Herald

Carter was a dedicated employee who was willing to work beyond the normal work hours, Fletcher said. On one recent occasion, she recalled, she called him after receiving information of an illegal installation of a gas unit at a residence going on in the evening in a ward other than hers.

Cedartown cancels reverse Christmas parade

November 30, 2020

Polk County Standard Journal

Efforts by Cedartown city officials and employees to have some sort of community Christmas event has once again hit a snag.

Statesboro housing cost and utility bill help still available

November 30, 2020

Statesboro Herald

Applications are still being accepted from Statesboro residents for help with utility bills and a separate program of mortgage and rent assistance provided by the city government from its national Coronavirus Relief Fund award.

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