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LaGrange asks for park input

December 3, 2019

LaGrange Daily News

The City of LaGrange is moving into the next phase of developing its Parks Master Plan by asking everyone in the community to voice their opinion on the state of city parks.

ATL Council considers establishing anti-corruption Inspector General

December 3, 2019

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Atlanta City Council took a first step Monday toward creating an Inspector General position to root out City Hall corruption.

Braselton Town Council runoff set for Tuesday

December 3, 2019

Gainesville Times

Voting takes place 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3, in the runoff for the Braselton Town Council’s District 1 seat.

Barrow County, City of Winder remain apart on two SDS issues

December 2, 2019

Barrow News-Journal

Barrow County and the City of Winder have yet to resolve two outstanding service-delivery issues, and a court-ordered mediation session earlier this month did not yield any agreements, leaving both parties uncertain about when the issue will be put to rest and when an updated service-delivery strategy agreement will be put in place.

Braselton leaders to revisit rejected request

December 2, 2019

Barrow News-Journal

Braselton leaders will hold a hearing in December on a development request previously rejected by the town council.

Albany City Commission member to be recognized for city beautification efforts

December 2, 2019

Albany Herald

Albany City Commissioner Jon Howard will be honored Dec. 5 during a Keep Georgia Beautiful 2019 awards ceremony with a statewide award recognizing his efforts in cleaning up the city.

Albany City Commission approves hiring of new assistant city manager

December 2, 2019

Albany Herald

The CEO of a natural gas trucking company has been tapped to be the next assistant city manager for the city of Albany. The Albany City Commission on Tuesday approved the recommendation to hire Kenneth Stock, who heads NG Advantage.

Albany Commission could vote on changes to Wild Animal Park charter in December

December 2, 2019

Albany Herald

Chehaw park’s governing authority would change its board structure, adding representatives appointed by Dougherty County and Lee County governments, under a proposal presented on Tuesday to the Albany City Commission.

Elite 'Santa Patrol' unit established in Americus

December 2, 2019

Albany Herald

The Chief of the North Pole — Santa Claus — has authorized APD to establish an Americus Precinct of the Santa Patrol’s Naughty or Nice Verification Unit.

Low turnout expected for city runoff

December 2, 2019

Brunswick News

Voters will determine the Brunswick city commissioner to represent the North Ward seat for the next four years in Tuesday’s runoff election.

Statesboro City Council meets at 9 a.m. Tuesday

December 2, 2019

Statesboro Herald

Approval of a list of streets to be resurfaced in 2020 is one of the items on the agenda for Statesboro City Council's 9 a.m. Tuesday regular meeting.

Brunswick smoke test concluded

December 2, 2019

Brunswick News

A sewer smoke test of the public sewer system in Brunswick turned up a good number of small issues, which utility officials expected due to the age of the sewer.

Columbus preps for legal battle over Confederate flags removed from Linwood Cemetery

December 2, 2019

Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Columbus city leaders are readying their defenses for a legal assault from the Sons of Confederate Veterans.

Balancing City's General Fund challenging with increased payroll expenses, but no tax increases expected for 2020

December 2, 2019

Rome News-Tribune

There are roughly 35 separate Rome City departments and 27 pay days in 2020. That comes to about 945 payrolls next year.

City contracts for new design of Unity Point

December 2, 2019

Rome News-Tribune

A 2013 special purpose, local option sales tax project to stabilize and redevelop Unity Point on the downtown side of the confluence of the rivers in Rome is back on track.

City Residents Might See An Increase In Garbage Service

December 2, 2019

Summerville News

Summerville residents might see an increased utility bill starting in the New Year.

How Atlanta residents can try out Georgia’s new voting machines

December 2, 2019

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Councilman Michael Julian Bond is hosting the event, which will show residents how to use the touchscreen devices that print out a ballot after it’s been cast.

West Point recruits bell ringers

December 2, 2019

LaGrange Daily News

City Councilwoman Sandra Thornton is recruiting bell ringers for the Salvation Army kettle at Johnny’s Pizza in West Point.

Gainesville, Clarkesville, Winder getting housing tax credits from the state

December 2, 2019

Access North Georgia

Gainesville, Winder, and Clarkesville are among the recipients of housing tax credits from the Georgia Department of Community Affairs.

Mayor's committee to allow Cairo residents to pitch solutions

December 2, 2019

Thomasville Times-Enterprise

Mayor Booker Gainor has announced that he is launching a special committee that would allow residents to present solutions to local elected officials.

City consolidating its recycling centers

December 2, 2019

Thomasville Times-Enterprise

In an effort to provide the best recycling service possible, the City of Thomasville has announced changes to the City’s recycling program.

Residents to offer vision on city's 2020 budget

December 2, 2019

Thomasville Times-Enterprise

The City of Thomasville will hold a public hearing on Monday, December 2, at 5:30 p.m. to receive public comments on the City’s proposed budget for 2020.

Marietta to buy historic train depot from state

December 2, 2019

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The city of Marietta could soon take ownership of the historic train depot located just west of the city’s Square.

Atlanta City Council to honor UGA’s first black graduate

December 2, 2019

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Atlanta City Council will honor Mary Frances Early, the University of Georgia’s first black graduate, during its meeting on Monday.

Alpharetta set to decide on 62-acre 360 Tech Village (NEW RENDERINGS)

December 2, 2019

Atlanta Business Chronicle

Alpharetta is set to decide whether to approve a new 62-acre mixed-use project that would bring 255 apartments, 60 townhomes, 31,525 square feet of retail/restaurant space, and 630,000 square feet of office space to Haynes Bridge Road at Georgia 400.

Flowery Branch asks citizens and visitors to weigh in on downtown redevelopment

December 2, 2019

Access North Georgia

Residents of Flowery Branch are being asked to give their opinions on the redevelopment of the city's downtown area.

Braselton leaders hear report on town's tourism opportunities

December 2, 2019

Access North Georgia

Braselton officials received what they called an "exciting" report last week from a tourism study of the town.

Brookhaven eyes 330-acre annexation south of I-85, near new Emory, Children's projects

December 2, 2019

Atlanta Business Chronicle

The city of Brookhaven is considering annexing 330 acres south of Interstate 85, near Emory University's and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta's big new medical campuses now under development.

Local scouts honored by Rockmart Council

November 27, 2019

Polk County Standard Journal

Polk County is home to new Eagle Scouts in the form of Trace Barker, Donovan Scoggins, Brody Brown, and Zane Barker who received recognition during the Rockmart Council’s November meeting session.

Citizens ask for more input on Harris Shoals Park

November 27, 2019

Oconee Enterprise

At the Nov. 20 Watkinsville City Council meeting, the only public support for Extra Special People’s Miracle League Complex, a proposed recreational area tailored to children with disabilities, came from within the council.

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