Thursday evening’s Cartersville City Council meeting largely revolved around a series of contracts, agreements and bids, running the gamut from guardrail replacements and new police vehicle purchases to emergency sewer repairs and a $3 million-plus Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) airport grant.
The stage has been set for two mayoral contests, as well as competition for a smattering of city council seats throughout the community.
The Cartersville City Council unanimously approved a slate of millage rate items at Thursday evening’s public meeting — and got quite the earful in the process.
Three late additions to the Cartersville City Council agenda were included at the tail end of Thursday evening’s public meeting.
The Cartersville City Council voted unanimously to approve a special-use permit allowing a new homeless shelter to open.
Members of the Cartersville-Bartow Metropolitan Planning Organization’s Technical Coordinating Committee had their work cut out for them at Wednesday morning’s meeting...
Residents want more services and expect more from the city government and the city is “still working hard to try to do that.”
The Cartersville City Council voted unanimously July 18 to approve a contract for Alpha Omega Engineering to perform structural engineering consultation services on the old downtown fire department station, which is being eyed as the potential site of a microbrewery.
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.