The Canton City Council has awarded two contracts valued at more than $5.1 million total to extend the Etowah River Trail.
The Canton City Council approved contracts for the Etowah River Trail extension project at Thursday’s meeting.
In front of a packed house at Thursday’s Canton City Council meeting, former mayor Gene Hobgood swore in mayor-elect Bill Grant, as well as newly elected council members Shawn Tolan and Brooke Schmidt.
The Canton City Council approved a request by Grant Schmeelk of Dime for warehouse distribution at 141 Railroad St., site of the mixed-use development The Mill on Etowah, at Thursday's meeting.
The Canton City Council has approved conditional use permits for construction of 252 apartment units located at 591 Jackie Moore Lane and 208 apartment units located at 1010 Marietta Road.
At the Nov. 18 commission meeting, the members voted to recommend the approval of warehouse distribution activity at 141 Railroad Street, site of the mixed-use development The Mill on Etowah.
The Canton City Council voted to approve a revised version of the Sanitary Sewer Capacity Policy policy that was discussed at the Nov. 7 council meeting.
Discussion by Canton City Council members is shifting away from a proposed six-month moratorium on new development applications and toward making decisions based on available sewage capacity.
The Canton Planning Commission met Wednesday to discuss a handful of topics that will be reviewed with a public hearing on Nov. 18.
Canton City Council member Sandra McGrew withdrew her motion Thursday to vote on a proposed development moratorium, in order to revise the proposal based on input from Mayor Gene Hobgood and others.