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Brunswick

Monument committee holds first meeting

August 5, 2020

Brunswick News

A committee tasked with determining the fate of a Confederate war monument in downtown Brunswick has a lot of work to do and not much time to accomplish it.

City to discuss mask ordinance

August 3, 2020

Brunswick News

City commissioners will consider approving an ordinance giving the city emergency powers for the protection, health and welfare of Brunswick residents.

City gets grant from CARES Act

July 31, 2020

Brunswick News

The city of Brunswick is getting a check for $255,000 this week, and the clock is ticking to spend it.

More parking could be coming downtown

July 30, 2020

Brunswick News

Parking in downtown Brunswick close to some destinations can be a challenge during lunchtime and special events. City officials have grappled with the issue over the years, even trying parking meters once.

City appoints members to monument committee

July 23, 2020

Brunswick News

A committee of stakeholders has been appointed with the task of resolving a controversy swirling around a confederate war monument in downtown Brunswick.

New city manager adjusts to challenging times

July 21, 2020

Brunswick News

Regina McDuffie thought her biggest challenge would be learning names, faces and understanding the political landscape when she accepted the Brunswick city manager’s job in March.

City plans to move forward with mask ordinance

July 17, 2020

Brunswick News

Despite questions over whether they have the authority, the Brunswick City Commission voted unanimously Wednesday to enact a mandatory mask requirement at indoor public places.

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