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City approves purchase of equipment

April 6, 2020

Hinesville Coastal Courier

Hinesville City Manager Kenneth Howard said the county and the city were considering a curfew. However, the county and city can no longer implement any curfew since the governor's executive order supersedes their power to do so.

Acworth aldermen get raise

April 6, 2020

Marietta Daily Journal

Acworth’s governing body, the Board of Aldermen, will get its first raise in more than a decade — in 2022.

Cobb crime drops during coronavirus crisis

April 6, 2020

Marietta Daily Journal

“Within the city limits, calls for police service are down and things are fairly quiet on the streets,” Marietta Police Department spokesman Officer Chuck McPhilamy told the MDJ.

Marietta honors Kroger employee for service during pandemic

April 6, 2020

Marietta Daily Journal

The 12-year Kroger employee recently received formal recognition from the city, which designates March and April as the months “we give a special thank you to this dedicated citizen that puts others before himself.”

Valdosta suspends recycling service

April 6, 2020

Valdosta Daily Times

The City of Valdosta is temporarily suspending recycling services during the COVID-19 pandemic effective Friday, April 3, according to a statement from the city. The service will be suspended until further notice.

Georgia College president updates city council

April 6, 2020

Milledgeville Union Recorder

Dr. Steve Dorman, president of Georgia College, recently provided members of Milledgeville City Council with an update on projects, as well as what the future holds for the college.

Moses James, Jr. appointed to City Council

April 6, 2020

Donalsonville News

In a called meeting held Friday afternoon, April 3, the Donalsonville City Council, in a 3-1 vote, appointed Moses James Jr. to the council to fill the unexpired term of councilperson Mitzy Moye.

LaGrange leaders make sense of governor’s executive order

April 6, 2020

LaGrange Daily News

The shelter-in-place executive order signed by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp replaces all local ordinances that have been passed in local governments across the state, according to LaGrange City Attorney Jeff Todd.

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