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Frank Auman, the mayor of Tucker, is one of the newest members of a state-level board focused on transportation in metro Atlanta.
Officer Scott Luther, a Kennesaw police spokesman, said the agency can use that info to more quickly investigate a crime.
Thursday evening’s Cartersville City Council meeting largely revolved around a series of contracts, agreements and bids, running the gamut from guardrail replacements and new police vehicle purchases to emergency sewer repairs and a $3 million-plus Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) airport grant.
Augusta becoming home to Georgia’s third state-run veterans cemetery, the time-frame of a downtown parking management proposal and how best to address blighted Regency Mall are all up for discussion by Augusta Commission committees Tuesday.
Statesboro's city government has imposed a six-month moratorium, beginning Oct. 1, on any zoning variances that would allow more single-family houses to serve as group homes.
S.W.E.E.T. officers (the Solid Waste Education Enforcement Team) from the Department of Public Works collect scooters that are illegally parked in a right-of-way. Scooter operators can pick up the devices. When they do, they’re hit with an invoice.
In, May, the city received a $105,000 community development block grant from DeKalb County to help cover costs for this project.
A Georgia city is bracing for a rally organized by white supremacists in support of President Trump.
Questions from the council during GMC Real Estate Acquisition’s first presentation in August ranged from tree loss to stormwater drainage to potential impacts of the I-285 toll lane project on the proposed development.
The 2020 U.S. Census will be the first that will rely primarily on online participation to perform the mandated 10-year count.
Pooler’s Planning and Zoning board approved a plan for a large multipurpose development along Pooler Parkway at Monday’s meeting.
The Cave Spring City Council is expected to adopt an updated flood protection ordinance Tuesday night at its regular monthly meeting.
Underneath the Robert Redden Footbridge sits one of Rome’s newest murals, joining a number of others that have been popping up around town over the past few years.
Part of the discussion surrounding metro Atlanta transportation, Bottoms said, is how metro counties come together to establish a “truly regional transportation network.”
Sunday brunch enthusiasts looking forward to having a mimosa or bloody mary before noon in Rome can now toast the Rome City Commission for unanimously agreeing Monday to allow voters to decide Nov. 5 whether local establishments can serve alcohol as early as 11 a.m. on Sundays.
A1 submitted the second-lowest of five bids for the project, but two including the lowest bid of $806,429 were disqualified.
The work includes new flooring, cabinetry and appliances for Station 81; new toilets, vanities, lighting, plumbing fixtures, mirrors and flooring and wall repairs and painting for Station 82.
Lawrenceville is set to begin construction on phase 2 of its 2.2-mile linear park that will connect Georgia Gwinnett College with the city’s downtown district. The $10 million project will include a 2.2-mile roadway with multi-use trails, bike paths, roundabouts and landscaping.
Suwanee’s $13,766,780 FY2020 budget includes 106 full-time and 17 part-time positions, including one new position and five position upgrades.
A proposed Remington Avenue streetscape approved in a unanimous Thomasville Planning and Zoning Commission (TPZC) vote is headed to Thomasville City Council for final consideration.
The City of Valdosta is waiving utility connection fees through Dec. 31, 2020, for any annexed island parcels within the city limits.
The city approved a request from a personal-care home to increase its occupancy from four to seven patients living in a home in a residential area.
“What you’re going to learn today could eventually save your life,” Tangela Rowe told a group of high school students recently.
The public-private partnership between the City of Rome and the South Rome Redevelopment Corp. formally added four new homes to the South Rome inventory Friday with the promise of at least three more on the way soon.
Friends of The Thread recently donated an Exmark lawn mower to the City of LaGrange to help with the continuation of the city’s daily maintenance of The Thread and areas surrounding it.
The City of LaGrange will host the 2019 Georgia Governor’s Tourism Conference Sept. 8 through Sept. 11 at Great Wolf Lodge LaGrange.
An Athens-Clarke County Commission committee charged with designing a pilot project for electric scooters in Athens recently wrestled with how to regulate the little motorized vehicles.
Call it a tale of two tourists. One books three nights at an Augusta hotel; the other rents a local home advertised online through Airbnb.
The 16 members of the advisory committee that will make recommendations for projects that could be funded from the next Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) in Whitfield County voted recently that the next SPLOST should be limited to four years.
The ordinance would require a telecom company to notify the city at least 30 days before applying for a small cell tower permit.
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