Even though he resigned from the Adairsville City Council June 4, Buddy Bagley vows to still be involved in shaping the city’s future.
The Adairsville City Council voted to deny a trio of rezoning requests at Thursday evening’s public meeting held at the old Adairsville Elementary School gymnasium.
Due to COVID-19 concerns, two large-scale Fourth of July celebrations are in the midst of being rescheduled. Along with the city of Adairsville’s patriotic event, Rotary Club of Etowah Cartersville’s parade and festivities at Dellinger Park will be postponed.
After skipping April’s regularly scheduled meeting, members of the Adairsville City Council convened Thursday evening via Zoom to address a full slate of agenda items.
Sharing the seasonal staple is a “great place to get fresh produce and other homemade goods,” Bethany Brady is encouraging area residents to attend this year’s Adairsville Farmer’s Market.
Members of the Adairsville City Council voted unanimously Thursday evening to approve a series of text amendments to the City’s zoning code.