Plans for a splash pad at Mary Ross Waterfront Park have been put on hold indefinitely after business leaders expressed reservations about the impact it would have on large events held there. Now, city commissioners may have come up with alternative location for the splash pad if they act quickly.
Brunswick Mayor Cornell Harvey does not expect the vote at the Nov. 4 Brunswick City Commission meeting to finally determine the fate of a Confederate monument in Hanover Square.
The Brunswick Urban Redevelopment Agency has come up with a recommendation they hope will convince city commissioners to approve the overdue construction of a splash pad at Mary Ross Waterfront Park.
Brunswick Mayor Cornell Harvey hasn’t given up hope a conference center will be built on the Oglethorpe tract in downtown Brunswick despite saying earlier this week that it might be time to rethink the project.
Brunswick may have found a solution to recruiting and retaining employees.
Brunswick city commissioners will consider a request at Wednesday’s meeting to approve a low-interest loan to complete a road and drainage project in one phase in the Magnolia Park community.
Cornell Harvey was a city commissioner when discussions began about establishing a public mass transit system in Brunswick.
Dozens of people attended a rally in Hanover Square before marching to Old City Hall Wednesday to a town hall meeting to discuss the future of a Confederate monument in downtown Brunswick.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has created a financial strain on municipalities who never budgeted for the many safety precautions necessary to keep running.
Mathew Hill, Brunswick's downtown development director, said other than the loss of the convention center, the business community is proceeding with plans to develop downtown.