The city of Dalton is using nearly $300,000 it received as part of the second federal CARES Act to provide food and rental help to those in need, and the City Council approved contracts with a local restaurant.
The Dalton City Council amended a stormwater management ordinance during its meeting Monday and approved a professional services contract that will eventually lead to a pair of stormwater projects.
Thursday evening’s agenda was a relatively light one for the Cartersville City Council, with just a smattering of official voting items on the docket.
City of Cartersville Finance Director Tom Rhinehart presented a financial report at a public meeting Thursday evening, indicating that the local government’s general revenues decreased by more than $1.7 million in November 2020 compared to November 2019’s figures.
Members of the Kingston City Council gathered Thursday afternoon for a public hearing on the proposed 2021 municipal budget.
Rome city commissioners will meet virtually Monday at 6 p.m., the feed will be available on the city’s Facebook page, to discuss municipal elections and zoning.
A vote to include hobby farms in the Unified Land Development Code has been pushed back to February.
A popular litter-tracking app might just be the key for the Rome-Floyd Litter and Blight Task Force to motivate the community to pick up litter and clean up an area.
As part of the city of Dalton's response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the area, the city will be serving meals to residents who live in low-income Census tracts near the John Davis Recreation Center and the Mack Gaston Community Center.
Rome’s Downtown Development Authority adopted a work program for 2021 Thursday that includes taking better advantage of vacant storefronts, creating a more welcoming environment and improving communication of downtown initiatives.