Thursday evening’s agenda was a relatively light one for the Cartersville City Council, with just a smattering of official voting items on the docket.
City of Cartersville Finance Director Tom Rhinehart presented a financial report at a public meeting Thursday evening, indicating that the local government’s general revenues decreased by more than $1.7 million in November 2020 compared to November 2019’s figures.
Members of the Kingston City Council gathered Thursday afternoon for a public hearing on the proposed 2021 municipal budget.
Members of the City of Cartersville Planning Commission voted Tuesday afternoon to recommend approval of a request to rezone about 25.7 acres along the southeast corner of Highway 411 and Highway 20 from general commercial to MF-14 multifamily.
Members of the Cartersville City Council discussed plans to sell the old police station building at 178 West Main St. at a work session last week, with debate emerging regarding the possibility of a tax allocation district (TAD) designation for the property.
The Cartersville City Council approved an ordinance Thursday evening establishing the rules and regulations for a “downtown entertainment zone,” which would allow individuals to have open containers of alcohol in a designated area stretching from Church Street to Main Street and from Erwin Street to Tennessee Street.
The Cartersville City Council approved several agenda items at Thursday evening’s public meeting, including an ordinance amendment that would allow registered businesses to deliver alcoholic beverages to residences within the City limits.
Wednesday’s Bartow-Cartersville Joint Development Authority (JDA) meeting largely revolved around financial items, with the board ultimately voting to approve a final 2021 budget.
Members of the City of Cartersville Planning Commission voted unanimously Tuesday evening to recommend approval of a text amendment that would make “indoor recreational facilities” an allowed use within the municipality’s heavy-industrial districts.
Members of the Cartersville City Council voted unanimously Thursday morning to approve a rezoning request from an applicant looking to construct a 330-unit-plus apartment complex off East Main Street.