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The Winder City Council, during a called meeting Monday, approved a $1.64 million contract for construction of a new city records and human resources building next to the city’s new utilities complex off Miles Patrick Road.
According to the proposed budget, the city would spend $1.5 million for operations, about $8,000 less than current levels, and another $1.5 million in its utility fund, $19,000 more than FY2019.
Securing a BUILD grant is potentially a huge milestone for the Beltline, as the Southside Trail would link the Eastside and Westside trails, creating more than 10 miles of contiguous pathway.
The master plan will include a recommended “model mile,” or pilot project, for the city to start with that will show what kind of benefits the trails could bring. It will also include cost estimates.
The Planning Commission on June 11 voted to recommend amending the city’s zoning code to change the minimum motor vehicle parking ratios to maximum ratios. This would apply to all parking throughout the city. The recommendation now goes to the City Council.
She said she learned about public service from her father, who is former county commissioner Wayne Kirby.
In the past, the city has discussed floating bonds to pay for downtown parking, but Tumlin said he thinks the project could be funded by a 2022 1% Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax, which would need to be approved by voters.
The strategic plan to promote the historic location was developed by the Atlanta Regional Commission with input from the Kennesaw Cemetery Commission and the planning and zoning department.
The city council gave its approval Monday.
It will build a new home there for ownership by a Habitat family. The council agreed to reallocate the 2018 HOME funds and part of the 2019 HOME funds for a total grant award of $237,964 to Habitat.
The updated policy outlines criteria for evaluating and scheduling community festivals and special events, guidelines for necessary permits, the application process, and necessary insurance.
The building renovations will include the selective demolition and replacement of interior finishes throughout the building, as well as reconfiguration of interior office space.
A government meeting turned into a running argument as Meigs City Council members debated a complaint of improper behavior regarding public works employees repairing a water fixture on private property.
City officials will consider a 2 percent pay raise for mayor and council for the first time since 2002.
Valdosta City Council will consider a $300,000 sidewalk project on Ulmer Avenue Thursday.
Gainesville’s new fiscal year begins July 1, and the City Council approved the budget for the next year on Tuesday. It includes a rolled back millage rate and funds for several capital projects.
Ed Asbridge won a three-way race Tuesday, June 18, to fill Flowery Branch City Council’s Post 2 seat.Unofficial results showed that, with 351 of 502 votes cast in the special election, the retired businessman handily defeated Melissa Brooks and Chip McCallum.
Dozens of volunteers fanned out across the city of Jackson on Saturday as part of the city’s Clean City Task Force litter cleanup day.
The Atlanta City Council unanimously adopted a $677.6 million fiscal 2020 budget early Monday evening that gives city firefighters and 911 dispatchers a 3.1% raise and increases the minimum wage for city employees to $15 an hour.
Voters in Flowery Branch Tuesday have selected Ed Asbridge to fill the unexpired city council term of Mary Jones, who resigned last year and then passed away earlier this year.
The amendment regulating “alcoholic frozen consumables” is on the agenda for the council’s June 19 work session. The amendment proposes a new $500 annual permit for selling alcoholic frozen treats.
Chamblee Mayor Eric Clarkson clarified that the airport does not need the city’s permission to build the hangars, and the City Council is only voting whether to approve certain details regarding the look of the hangars near Clairmont Road.
The ordinance approved by the council makes it illegal to provide dockless devices to use in the city, leave them standing or lying in the right-of-way or on public property and to ride them in the city.
The Johns Creek Convention and Visitors Bureau is hosting a series of community engagement events to design a gateway marker for the intersection of Kimball Bridge Road and State Bridge Road.
he current Pavement Condition Index scores for Alpharetta roadways stands at 68.6 on a scale of 1-100. That’s better than average, Sewczwicz said, but it’s below the city’s stated goal of a 75 rating.
Milton finalized its fourth land purchase through the 2016 Greenspace Bond and will take possession of 88 acres near Bethany Road and Providence Road, dubbed “Fields Crossroads.”
In an ongoing effort to address moisture problems at the Thomasville Municipal Building, city council members approved a new roof for the 144 E. Jackson St. structure.
The son of a prominent Valdosta civil rights activist is trying to start a branch of a national rights group in the city and plans to speak to city council Thursday.
A proposed 188-townhome development off Atlanta Highway/Ga. 13 was given the Oakwood Planning Commission’s OK Monday night.
Dalton Public Works Director Benny Dunn said the effort to shore up the failing westbound lane of Botany Woods Drive was an emergency project, so he's not surprised that some unforeseen issues have been discovered.
An Augusta Commission subcommittee debated whether to change city policy Monday but ultimately kept its "zero tolerance" stance for termination after a failed drug test.
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