The city of College Park has declared a state of emergency due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The College Park City Council instituted a 30-day curfew on businesses on Thursday.
College Park officials have ordered a forensic audit into what they say is a mishandled city bank account used for six years by two employees who no longer work there.
Amid trays of layered desserts and a standing-room crowd with many metro Atlanta leaders, the airport-adjacent city of College Park got a new mayor Monday.
The City of College Park will swear in its new mayor, Bianca Motley Broom, and Councilmembers Ambrose Clay and Ken Allen on Monday, Jan. 6.
Bianca Motley Broom became the first woman and first African American to be elected mayor of College Park on Tuesday, after defeating six-term incumbent Jack Longino in a run-off election.
It’s not the biggest venue in the area, with about 5,000 seats for concerts and 3,500 for sporting events. But it belongs to the south side of Fulton County, and for that, Parker is grateful.
Jack Longino, the longtime mayor of College Park, will face a runoff to keep his seat for a seventh term.