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.
Waleska officials are considering investing in a contingency plan to supply water to their customers, though Canton representatives say they have no plans to stop supplying water to the neighboring city.
The Cherokee County Board of Commissioners has agreed to send letters of support for federal highway grant requests totaling $6.2 million by Canton and Holly Springs.
Canton will end to-go cup alcohol district.
The Georgia Downtown Association has recognized the city of Canton with a 2019 Best Façade Rehabilitation Project award for its restoration of the historic Jones Mercantile Building.
Visitors will be provided with two options to pay: the Park Mobile smartphone app or Parkeon kiosk.