Members of the Adairsville City Council voted Thursday evening to approve an ordinance amendment outlining new requirements and regulations for mobile retail food establishments.
The Adairsville City Council heard the first readings for a slate of rezoning proposals at a public meeting last week. And the applicant was certainly no stranger to the local community — Vic Beasley Jr., the Adairsville High School grad turned National Football League player.
Documents released by the City of Adairsville call for an entity-wide fiscal year 2021 general fund budget of $3,988,500.
Members of the Adairsville City Council voted unanimously Thursday evening to move forward with plans to hold advance voting for the municipality’s post 4 council runoff election.
Members of the Adairsville Unified Zoning Board voted unanimously Monday evening to approve a variance request from an applicant looking to open a new cafe at 6347 Joe Frank Harris Parkway.
Members of the Adairsville Unified Zoning Board voted unanimously Monday afternoon to recommend approval of the rezoning of about 48.5 acres along Joe Frank Harris Parkway from general industrial to C-2 general commercial.
Results of a fiscal year 2019 audit yielded no unpleasant surprises for the City of Adairsville, as Williamson and Co. CPAs partner Christian Hatch reported a clean opinion at Thursday evening’s city council meeting.
Members of the Adairsville Downtown Development Authority (DDA) spent the bulk of Tuesday evening’s public meeting discussing revitalization efforts for businesses along the Main Street corridor.
Adairsville City Manager Pam Madison announced the local government was canceling all of its major upcoming events — including the Great Locomotive Chase Festival — scheduled throughout the remainder of the year at Thursday evening’s city council meeting.
Members of the Bartow County Planning Commission voted unanimously Monday night to recommend denial of a request to rezone more than 400 acres in Adairsville for a possible mining operation.