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Norcross celebrates National Pollinator Week with array of activities

June 23, 2020

Gwinnett Daily Post

As a second year Bee City USA affiliate, Norcross is celebrating National Pollinator Week this week by distributing pollination-themed activity workbooks and seed packets to local children, as well as launching an all-new subsite devoted to sustainability on the city website.

City: Improvements to 2 parks would be almost $4M project

June 23, 2020

Statesboro Herald

Improvements proposed for two parks in Statesboro – Luetta Moore Park and the Grady Street Park – would cost $3.98 million, according to cost estimates the city government obtained from consultants.

Confederate monument defaced

June 23, 2020

Brunswick News

The American Civil War memorial to confederate soldiers in downtown Brunswick was defaced over the weekend.

Cartersville contemplates effects of ending emergency order

June 23, 2020

Cartersville Daily Tribune News

At some point, Cartersville Assistant City Attorney Keith Lovell said members of the city council will have to take action to rescind an emergency ordinance originally declared in late March.

Sandy Springs to contribute $5M to Ga. 400 bridge projects

June 22, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Sandy Springs City Council has approved an agreement with the state that will ensure bicycle and pedestrian elements for three new bridges across Ga. 400, at a cost of more than $5 million to the city.

Lilburn proposes no 2020 property tax rate increase

June 22, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Lilburn is proposing the 2020 property tax rate remain the same at 4.43 mills. The Lilburn City Council is inviting the public to comment on the 2020 property tax rate prior to adoption at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. June 22, or 6 p.m. July 13 at Lilburn City Hall, 340 Main St.

Peachtree Corners to reopen to events beginning July 10

June 22, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

For lawn events, such as those that feature watching movies and concerts, large white circles will be painted on the Town Green’s grass for use by families and groups so all may enjoy their time together while maintaining social distancing. The circles will accommodate family and groups and will be spaced six feet apart.

Powder Springs gives retiring K-9 to his handler

June 22, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Upon their departure, K-9 Officer Monto and his handler Powder Springs Police Officer Cory Dilbeck received well wishes from Powder Springs Mayor Al Thurman and the City Council on June 15.

Covington City Council approves a tight new budget

June 22, 2020

Covington News

The Covington City Council approved the fiscal year 2021 budget at a teleconference meeting June 15. The budget includes $128,701,557 in revenues and $128,386,693 in expenditures.

Council approves Ashley Park rezoning

June 22, 2020

Newnan Times-Herald

A rezoning request for two new developments in the Ashley Park shopping center was approved by the Newnan City Council in a final reading at its meeting Tuesday.

How you can weigh in on cutting Lula's budget

June 22, 2020

Gainesville Times

Lula’s budget, like other local governments’, has seen some adjustments due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and community members will can comment on the proposed budget for the next fiscal year at a hearing Monday, June 22.

Newnan Council: Yes to policy review, community forums

June 22, 2020

Newnan Times-Herald

Mayor Keith Brady brought a policy review resolution before the council, acknowledging the public concerns of a protesters while reinforcing the city's support of "transparency, accountability, procedural fairness and professional practices" across all departments.

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