Conyers City Council Member Blair Barksdale has resigned her seat on the Conyers City Council effective July 8.
The Conyers City Council announced on July 2 its intention to increase the 2020 property taxes it will levy this year by 6.74% over the rollback millage rate.
Although Thursday’s demonstration will technically take place on county-owned property, David Spann, assistant city manager for Conyers, said the city police department will provide security as needed.
The Conyers City Council approved the fiscal year 2021 budget by a unanimous vote at their June 17 virtual meeting.
The Conyers City Council is poised to approve its fiscal year 2021 budget at the council’s next meeting.
Among those at the demonstration were Rockdale County Commission Chair Oz Nesbitt, Dist. 1 Commissioner Sherri Washington, Sheriff Eric Levett, Conyers Mayor Vince Evans, and Conyers City Council member Valyncia Smith.
The Conyers City Council has decided to cancel this year’s Red, White and Boom! event that had been planned for July 3.
City of Conyers officials and staff have determined that city offices will reopen to the public on Monday, May 18, after reviewing information provided by the Georgia Department of Health and seeing a positive trend in the decline of cases of COVID-19 locally.
City of Conyers Mayor Vince Evans has recognized Piedmont Rockdale nursing staff and nurses throughout the country with a proclamation celebrating National Nurses Week. Nurse leaders representing many of the hospital’s clinical areas were present as the mayor read the proclamation.
ShepCo Paving Inc. will cover 5.75 miles as part of the asphalt resurfacing project recently approved by the Conyers City Council.