In April, Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor suggested that officials from the County government meet with officials from Bartow’s municipal governments to iron out some streamlined, intergovernmental guidelines on digital billboards.
The City of Cartersville is mulling a proposed ordinance revision that would make changes to the number of dogs residents are allowed to own within the municipal limits.
In April, the City of Cartersville received a notification from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Environmental Protection Division (EPD) that its water treatment plant had exceeded limits for total suspended solids (TSS) discharges.
The City of Cartersville’s proposed 2020 fiscal year budget calls for a millage rate increase — as well as an uptick in water, sewer and gas utility rates.
The Cartersville City Council blazed through Thursday evening’s agenda, wrapping up the public meeting in just a little over 10 minutes.
At most planning commission meetings, agenda items are either recommended for approval or denial before proceeding to the next step in the bureaucratic process.
Over a month ago, the White City Council voted unanimously to close a portion of Richards Road amidst fears of a “catastrophic” infrastructural failure near the CSX crossing. Billy Baker, a representative of the municipal water department, returned at Monday evening’s council meeting, this time with an engineering analysis report in tow.
A representative of the City of Cartersville announced that the municipal government was the victim of a ransomware attack over the weekend.
When the City of Cartersville opened requests for proposals (RFPs) for the old downtown fire department station at 19 North Erwin St., just one business responded — a Marietta-based limited liability company that has grand visions of transforming the 103-year-old brick building into a microbrewery, complete with a taproom and a two-story event space.
Thursday’s Cartersville City Council meeting began with discussion of a transportation project that — to put it mildly — has hit a few snags over the years.