Residents of Ball Ground may soon see a slight reduction in their waste services rates after a new contract was approved by the city council.
Ball Ground City Hall will be getting a brand new sign providing plenty of information to local residents.
The financial statements for the city of Ball Ground were found to be in order with no issues, according to the annual audit report given at Thursday night’s meeting of the Ball Ground City Council.
Roberts also said the city had first-hand experience with Dennis Holt, who served on committees the city had established in the past for various issues.
The Ball Ground City Council voted last week to declare its former city hall surplus property and sell it. The building, located at the corner of Valley Street and Gilmer Ferry Road, was the city hall until 2007, when the city moved into its current facility.
Despite having made some progress in recent months, the Ball Ground City Council voted Thursday to table its work on a city sign law until after the new year.
The Ball Ground City Council adopted a new service delivery area map and granted new authorities to the Cherokee County Water and Sewer Authority during Thursday night’s meeting.