Decatur County residents voted to allow the City of Bainbridge to authorize Sunday alcohol sales Tuesday.
As part of Fire Prevention Week, Bainbridge Public Safety partnered with Bainbridge Domino’s to spread the word about fire prevention!
Reynolds, the mayor of Bainbridge and also a pharmacist, couldn’t get his vehicle out of the driveway. Too many downed trees. So, gripping a flashlight, he began a two-and-a-half mile trek to check on his pharmacy.
The Bainbridge City Council adopted the fiscal year 2020 budget that will fund the city’s capital needs and return funds to the city’s reserves, according to City Manager Chris Hobby.
Chief Elections Official Carol Heard announced the candidates who qualified for the City of Bainbridge special election and contested regular election on Friday.
The City Council held a public hearing on the proposed millage rate Tuesday evening, where Bainbridge residents could ask questions and understand the changes going into effect.
City Councilman Derik McDowell resigned from Bainbridge City Council District 4 Seat 2.
Starting next month, Bainbridge residents will be seeing paving projects around the city for years to come.
A year after the TSPLOST (Transportation Special Local Options Sales Tax) went into effect in Decatur County, the first round of paving projects will finally be underway. Last April, TSPLOST added an extra penny to sales in the county. Revenue from that extra penny has already generated $1.2 million in Bainbridge and more than $3 million throughout Decatur County, money that can only be spent on transportation projects.