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In lieu of Fourth of July fireworks and a community barbecue and bluegrass concert – group events that had to be canceled this year because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic – Roswell announced what it called an “inspirational alternative.”
Villa Rica police officers got a public show of support by city officials last week after reports that morale has sagged within the force during recent attention to police actions in other cities.
Roswell will introduce a new mobile app Wednesday that will let residents report issues, check meetings and events, schedule appointments with staff, and get the latest city news and notifications.
The SPLOST 2022 project list also contains many public safety projects, a new animal shelter, parks and library safety enhancements and funding for projects in Cobb’s six cities.
The City of Hogansville has hired a new city manager.
Sugar Hill has two new feathered friends and is seeking help to name them.
Norcross will begin allowing visits to City Hall, 65 Lawrenceville St., and other city facilities by appointment on July 1.
The proposed development will consist of 105 multi-family units spread across two, four-story buildings.
Fridays are about to become livelier in Gainesville.
The Lula City Council gave unanimous approval Monday evening to a budget for Fiscal Year 2021 that is more than six-percent less than the budget for FY2020.
The Suwanee City Council recently approved a special use permit to allow livestock at 181 Abbey Hill Road.
Holly Springs announced it has received a $1.25 million state grant and a $3.5 million loan award from the State Road and Tollway Authority to complete the second phase of the Holly Springs Parkway widening project.
During the summer months, it is common to see a lot of rain in South Georgia.
The city of Cumming has debuted new logos for the Cumming City Center and new ways for the public to get involved with the project’s construction.
Braselton leaders will soon consider a request to allow a townhome development in a manufacturing section of the town.
COVID-19 has severely cut tax revenues for state and local governments, prompting leaders to prepare cuts to services and programs.
Hartwell Mayor Brandon Johnson acknowledged the dedication of former City Manager David Aldridge and current City Manager Jon Herschell for their work to keep the project moving forward.
Peachtree City’s pandemic-influenced Fiscal Year 2021 budget will come in around $38.5 million, City Manager Jon Rorie told the City Council June 25. Adoption is expected next month.
The LaGrange Fire Department is asking citizens to use fireworks safely while celebrating the Fourth of July.
Making permanent a privilege extended to local restaurants to help them weather the COVID-19 pandemic, the Canton City Council has approved an ordinance allowing them to continue package sales of beer and wine.
Three weeks after Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms created an Advisory Council to look into the Atlanta Police Department’s Use of Force policies, she issued three Administrative Orders to immediately begin revising them.
Nearly half of the $88.5 million in federal CARES Act money being provided to the city of Atlanta will go towards assisting small businesses and renters impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to government documents.
Johns Creek City Manager Ed Densmore is inviting city residents, faith leaders, community leaders, city employees and business owners to talk to him early next month about race relations and other issues in the north Fulton city.
For 25 years, Sue Olson has been an essential part of the city of LaGrange.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said she values the Atlanta police and recognizes their morale is suffering, but she added it is “is equally important that our officers be cognizant of the morale of the country right now.”
The Dawson County Board of Commissioners met Friday morning, June 26, along with the Dawsonville City Council to discuss the joint use of Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) Dollars.
Nine months after being named interim police chief, Jonathan Murrell received a big bundle of joy.
During its June 22 meeting, the Rincon City Council opened with a tribute to longtime City Planner LaMeisha Hunter Kelly, who resigned a few days earlier to pursue another career opportunity.
Covington City Council is awaiting final tax digest totals from the county tax commissioner’s office to set a property tax rate after recently approving a 2021 budget.
The Braselton Main Street program earned another reaccreditation certificate having completed another program of work based on the national association’s review process.
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