Folks in Mt. Hope Cemetery will not be allowed to extend their visit any longer into the evening than currently permitted after a vote by the Dahlonega city council last week.
With two public hearings, the city council’s scheduled work session and a Special Call Meeting all on the agenda, the Gary McCullough Chamber of Dahlonega’s City Hall was bustling with activity.
The scene at City Hall last Monday was one of caution as city council members met in-person for the first time since they declared a State of Emergency due to the spread of the coronavirus at the end…
The Dahlonega City Council approved an intergovernmental agreement with the Dahlonega Downtown Development Authority on June 15 to redevelop the historic Head House.
A new 10-unit, five-building condominium development project is quickly popping up in the North Grove Street plot closest to Dahlonega Electric Supply.
The Dahlonega city council unanimously approved the authorization to develop a stormwater management system during its recent meeting via teleconference.