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City of Albany cancels July 4th celebration

June 19, 2020

Albany Herald

The City of Albany's annual 4th of July Celebration and fireworks show has been cancelled this year to prevent the spread of COVID-19, city officials announced.

2021 budget approved by Dawsonville City Council

June 19, 2020

Dawson News & Advertiser

After months of planning and discussion by city stakeholders, Dawsonville officials approved a budget for the upcoming financial year, including spending cuts of 14%, as was recommended by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp earlier this year.

City of Euharlee issues update on finances

June 19, 2020

Cartersville Daily Tribune News

Euharlee City Manager James Stephens discussed the municipality’s May financials at a work session meeting Tuesday evening.

Woodstock renews trash contract with Waste Management

June 18, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

After receiving proposals from five solid waste operators, the Woodstock City Council has renewed its contract with Georgia Waste Systems Inc., doing business as Waste Management.

Norcross reactivates development authority

June 18, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

In a split vote, with Norcross Councilmember Josh Bare being the only to vote against the measure, the Norcross City Council voted recently to reactivate the Norcross Development Authority.

Suwanee invites public comment at Suwanee police assessment

June 18, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

A team of assessors from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. will start assessing the Suwanee Police Department on June 22 to examine all aspects of the department’s policy and procedures, management, operations, and support services.

Sandy Springs wins $36K grant for COVID-19 supplies

June 18, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Sandy Springs has been awarded a $36,695 federal grant to purchase personal protective equipment and cleaning supplies to safeguard public safety personnel from the COVID-19 virus.

Winder council approves hiring of new administrator

June 18, 2020

Barrow News-Journal

The Winder City Council made the hiring of Mandi Cody as the new city administrator official last week, unanimously approving an employment agreement with her during a called meeting Thursday, June 11.

Statham council approves FY21 budget

June 18, 2020

Barrow News-Journal

The Statham City Council unanimously approved the city’s Fiscal Year 2021 budget during its Tuesday, June 16 meeting with two weeks to spare — a stark contrast to last year, when the council was six weeks late adopting a spending plan for FY2020 due to several concerns with the numbers.

Minority Chamber, City proclaim Small Business Week

June 18, 2020

Hinesville Coastal Courier

Last week the City of Hinesville signed a Proclamation declaring June 13-2, Minority Small Business Week, encouraging, “all citizens to shop in minority owned small businesses in Hinesville and Liberty County during this week and throughout the year.

Norcross agrees to $115K contract for trash compactor enclosure

June 18, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Norcross City Council recently approved a contract for the construction and installation of a trash compactor enclosure.The new compactor will be constructed in the city‐owned parking lot on Wingo Street directly behind Paizanos.

Woodstock grants K9 officer an honored retirement

June 18, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

A Woodstock Police Department veteran credited with assisting in hundreds of drug arrests, tracking multiple criminal suspects, and locating missing children and seniors has been granted an honored retirement by the City Council. K9 Officer Dugan, a nine-year-old Belgian Malinois, has served police as a cross-trained narcotics/tracking dog for seven years.

Initial votes set on Flowery Branch budget, tax rate for 2020-21

June 18, 2020

Gainesville Times

Flowery Branch’s proposed budget and tax rate for 2020-21 are up for initial votes at the City Council meeting Thursday, June 18. The city is proposing a $5.1 million budget in fiscal 2021, which begins July 1. The current budget is $5.2 million.

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