Cities In The News
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As work continues on Lawrenceville’s Southlawn project, city officials are preparing to simultaneously expand amenities at the neighboring Lawrenceville Lawn.
The city took the first step during the Nov. 4 meeting when the City Council approved just over $14,000 in additional lighting for this year’s festivities.
The Roswell City Council has awarded a $5.96 million construction contract to E.R. Snell Contractor Inc. to redo the intersection of Atlanta Street (Ga. 9) and Oxbo Road.
The Milton City Council has approved a facility use agreement with Rhythm N’ Shoes to provide a year-round recreational dance program at the Bethwell Community Center.
“I also want to commend Mayor Fred Perriman and the entire Madison City Council for their prudence on this issue,” said State Representative Dave Belton.
The Alpharetta City Council has approved two change orders totaling $203,342 for additional design work on two road improvement projects.
Gainesville Chief Financial Officer Jeremy Perry called it “Christmas in July”.
The city of Roswell is hoping the break ground on a new $100 million mixed-used development downtown early next year.
The council voted in favor of adding an additional public comment session at its Tuesday meeting. If the ordinance is passed in its second reading, meeting attendees will have the opportunity to speak in two public comment sessions – one for agenda items and one for general items.
The city has renewed an annual contract for conservation of Savannah’s five city cemeteries.
On Tuesday, the LaGrange City Council unanimously approved funding to match a state grant that will allow for the continuation of the local mental health court.
The Alpharetta City Council has awarded a $150,000 contract to an urban planning consultant to do a feasibility study of a system of connected trails and green spaces in the North Point area.
The Roswell City Council unanimously gave its blessing Tuesday for developer Mattis Partners to build a five-story hotel, listed on an application to the city as “The Hotel at Southern Post.”
Blackshear streets will be looking better than ever next year and motorists should notice a smoother ride through town too.
The City of Homeland received a CDGB grant to add a new well and for improvements to the old well for use as a back-up. The grant is for $532,044.00. Hofstader & Associates worked with the South Georgia Regional Commission for the city to receive grant for the new well.
The Alpharetta City Council has approved spending more than $1 million to construct about 3,300 linear feet of an eight-foot-wide sidewalk along the south side of Morrison Parkway from Hembree to Haynes Bridge roads.
In a light voter turnout Tuesday, Bayne Stone was reelected Mayor of Hazlehurst over challenger Eric Griffin by a 305-208 vote.
The city’s 2020 budget has been adopted, but related issues continue to plague the council.
Atlanta City Council President Felicia Moore on Wednesday called on her fellow council members and Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms to quickly establish the Office of Inspector General to hold elected officials, city employees and contractors accountable for unethical and unlawful behavior.
Brooklet’s mayor-elect said he is eager to get to work come January, hoping to restore faith in the Brooklet City Council, repair wounds in the city’s police department and reorganize with the goal of making Brooklet an even better place to live.
On Tuesday, the LaGrange City Council held a public hearing for a rezoning request of 1702 Adamson Street from R-2 to R-3, which would mean that instead of one or two families in the residence, it could be used as a dwelling for a group. The details of the proposed residents were shared during the meeting.
The City of LaGrange has recently installed a live camera featuring the downtown square and the LaFayette fountain.
The Gillsville City Council voted Tuesday, Nov. 5, to implement a moratorium on vaping establishment licenses.
Two new Hoschton City Council members were sworn in on Nov. 12.
The Auburn City Council, during its Thursday, Nov. 7 voting session, approved lower rental rates at the Perry Rainey Center in an attempt to draw more people to use the venue.
Athens-Clarke County’s recycling and waste reduction operations cost about $1.2 million to run last year, but yielded just $211,070 in revenues.
The general manager of the city of Atlanta's Renew and TSPLOST bond programs will head the city's new Department of Transportation.
The Peachtree City Council Thursday night approved a rezoning at Petrol Point and Tivoli Gardens, and also received an update on how future zoning issues must be addressed.
After surveying residents of 13 metro Atlanta counties, the Atlanta Regional Commission found that 46% of them believe they wouldn’t be able to afford to stay in their neighborhood if they had to move today.
The Braselton Town Council has approved issuing $8.3 million in bonds to finance the construction of the town's civic center.
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