In a Facebook post shared after midnight, Cumming Mayor Troy Brumbalow announced his decision to rescind the city’s social distancing order, which was to take effect on April 1.
The mayor saying the decision came after realizing "our public doesn't want government mandating the recommendations of public health officials."
Citing ongoing recommendations by public health officials for social distancing to stem the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the city of Cumming announced it is extending through Friday, April 10, the closure to the public of all city-owned and operated facilities.
Citing the ongoing COVID-19 breakout, the Cumming Recreation & Parks Department announced Monday that it has extended its suspension of all programs and activities through Sunday, April 12.
Citing concerns over the COVID-19 outbreak, the Cumming Recreation & Parks Department and Cumming Aquatic Center have suspended all programs and activities through the end of the month.
While Ledbetter served 49 years in his elected capacity, a designation from the city council will ensure his service will continue into a sixth decade.
According to city of Cumming officials, a sewer in the city of Cumming overflowed nearly 500 gallons over the weekend.
As the use and sale of products containing CBD have increased, the city of Cumming is looking at ways to regulate the emerging business.
The Cumming City Center hit another milestone this week as the city council approved a new general contractor for the project.
Drivers going down Canton Highway (Hwy. 20) may have noticed crews moving dirt near Forsyth Central High School for the new Cumming City Center, but that’s not all that’s been going on with the project recently.