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Covington City Council approves a tight new budget

June 22, 2020

Covington News

The Covington City Council approved the fiscal year 2021 budget at a teleconference meeting June 15. The budget includes $128,701,557 in revenues and $128,386,693 in expenditures.

Covington seeking public feedback from Housing and Land Use study

June 9, 2020

Covington News

“This is an opportunity for citizens to have their voice heard and give us some valuable input concerning housing,” said Covington Mayor Steve Horton. “We need to know people’s feelings and wants about housing size, place, type and price and we have a simple, quick survey for citizens to share their desires with us.”

Covington seeking citizen input in housing and land use study

June 7, 2020

Rockdale Citizen

In conjunction with the Georgia Conservancy, the city of Covington Planning and Zoning Department is conducting a Housing and Land Use Study and seeks input from residents. The study is aimed at finding suitable housing locations, determining preferences and architectural designs, ensuring levels of affordability, and addressing potential impacts to surrounding communities along major corridors in the city.

Covington City Council approves seeking bids on new fire aerial platform truck

June 3, 2020

Rockdale Citizen

The Covington City Council approved a request at its meeting Monday night for the Covington Fire Department to seek bids on a new 100-foot aerial platform truck. Fire Chief Jeremy Holmes estimates the apparatus could cost around $1.6 million and take 18-24 months to build and deliver.

Officer Cooper reporting for duty

May 26, 2020

Covington News

On Monday morning, less than two years after being shot in the head while on duty, Officer Matt Cooper returned to work with the Covington Police Department.

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