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Statesboro is one of seven finalist communities vying to become Georgia Initiative for Community Housing participants this year, city officials announced Tuesday.
Grovetown Mayor Gary Jones and councilmen Eric Blair and Allen Transou are unopposed for reelection with the end of candidate qualifying Wednesday.
The Varnell City Council will have at least one contested race after the city's first day of qualifying on Wednesday.
By combining philanthropy and art, the city seeks to instill the value of community service in young students.
The cities of Cleveland and Helen are working on park improvements.
The three incumbents whose city council seats are up for grabs this November have qualified for reelection, according to city hall.
Former Midway mayor and current Mayor Pro Tempore Dr. Clemontine Washington will lead Midway’s work on the 2020 U.S. Census.
Hinesville City Council Member Keith Jenkins approached the Liberty County Board of Commissioners Aug. 15 to request funding to assist with continued drainage improvements on Sequoia Circle.
Brooklet now has a mayoral candidate, Charles Howell, who is not the incumbent, and Statesboro has candidates for all three of its City Council seats up for election, but so far only one is contested.
Mayoral candidates include Alex Backry, a retiree; Ryan Campbell, a business owner; Laura M. Mireles, a business owner/contractor; Mayor Pro Tem and Ward 1 Councilman Derek Norton, director of Governmental Affairs for the Medical Association of Georgia and Steven Rasin, a real estate consultant.
Two more candidates filed for city offices in Lowndes County during the third day of qualifying.
The Hinesville City Council approved a request Aug. 15 to give the Sequoia Circle Drainage Phase 2 contract to Palm Coast Utilities.
Kim Greenlee, a Realtor, qualified to run for the District 4 seat on the Monroe City Council. She’ll be challenging incumbent Larry Bradley, who qualified Monday to run for reelection.
The committee is made up of 16 people and two alternates: 10 representatives selected by the Whitfield County Board of Commissioners, three selected by the Dalton City Council and one each from the municipalities of Cohutta, Tunnel Hill and Varnell.
The Senoia City Council and city officials will be going to a weekend retreat to discuss issues – in North Georgia.
Ribbon-cutting ceremonies were held Tuesday at the newly-renovated Historic City Hall in downtown Griffin.
Rome's film festival has been awarded a grant that will foster artistic growth in a younger generation of artists and filmmakers throughout the region and beyond.
The City of Aragon has yet another new police chief to lead the small department.
Tybee got word Tuesday that the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority approved a $500,000 Georgia Fund loan to finance the construction of a 150-kilowatt solar photovoltaic system adjacent to the wastewater treatment plant.
Historic preservationists from across the state will have a first-hand opportunity to watch historic heart pine burn during their annual conference in Rome in September.
Charles Love qualified Wednesday to seek one of the three Ward 1 Rome City Commission seats in the Nov. 5 election.
Craig McDaniel qualified Wednesday to run for one of the three Ward 3 Rome City Commission seats in the Nov. 5 election.
Two more candidates qualified Wednesday, setting up contested races in both Rome City Commission wards — and Cave Spring's Nov. 5 election is canceled.
The City of Hogansville ended its hotel-motel tax contract with the LaGrange-Troup County Chamber of Commerce at Monday night’s meeting.
The money will be used to build 550 units of permanent, supportive housing for those in need. The units will also be part of larger affordable housing structures.
It appears West Point Mayor Steve Tramell will run unopposed in November.
City staff is recommending the contract be awarded for $199,942.00 to Heath & Lineback Engineers, Inc. to design the blueprint. The city desires to make connections to the river and to construct trails that run parallel to the river.
At the beginning of the council meeting, Mayor Rusty Paul announced that the vote had been removed from the original agenda due to part of the council not feeling they could yet make an informed decision.
Those who qualified Aug. 21: For mayor: John Ernst (incumbent); for City Council District 1: Linley Jones (incumbent); and for City Council District 3: Madeleine Simmons.
GMA’s municipal revenue administration certificate program is designed to strengthen the understanding of city managers, city clerks, finance officers, customer service staff, elected officials and other city employees on different municipal revenue sources and applicable laws of the administration and collection process.
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