Members of the Cartersville City Council voted unanimously Thursday evening to allow Cartersville Mayor Matt Santini the ability to file an application requesting Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) funding.
Despite the COVID-19 outbreak, data presented by City of Cartersville Finance Director Tom Rhinehart indicates the local government’s April financials fared much better than expected.
At some point, Cartersville Assistant City Attorney Keith Lovell said members of the city council will have to take action to rescind an emergency ordinance originally declared in late March.
Members of the Cartersville City Council voted unanimously Thursday evening to approve a $4.2 million contract for a safety improvement project at the Cartersville-Bartow County Airport.
Members of the Cartersville Planning Commission took no action on a proposed text amendment that would create two new “infill overlays” within the Cherokee-Cassville and West End historic districts.
The Cartersville Planning Commission voted 4-1 Tuesday evening to recommend the approval of a request to rezone 27.7 acres for a proposed apartment complex development at 26 Overlook Parkway.
Due to COVID-19 concerns, two large-scale Fourth of July celebrations are in the midst of being rescheduled. Along with the city of Adairsville’s patriotic event, Rotary Club of Etowah Cartersville’s parade and festivities at Dellinger Park will be postponed.
City of Cartersville Finance Director Tom Rhinehart presented a slightly modified fiscal year 2021 budget at Thursday’s city council meeting.
The Cartersville City Council approved a special-use permit for an applicant looking to open a microbrewery inside the old fire station building at 19 North Erwin St. on Thursday evening.
Cartersville-Bartow Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) transportation planner Tom Sills was the bearer of good news for Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor at Wednesday morning’s public meeting.