The Rockmart Council once again took time out of their monthly meeting to honor one of their longest-serving employees.
Rome River District developer Thom Holt has been waiting three years for the city of Rome to offer a blanket Urban Mixed-Use rezoning deal that would waive the application fee for his commercial properties there.
Members of the Cartersville City Council voted unanimously Thursday evening to approve a special-use permit request from an Atlanta-based company looking to open a medical waste transfer station near Peeples Valley Road.
Generally, there was no dissent from the mayors or the county commissioners regarding the recommendations from a citizens advisory committee that has made presentations to the City of Dalton and the commissioners.
Only one Rome resident spoke during the public hearing and first reading on Rome's 2020 draft budget during Monday's City Commission meeting.
Members of the Euharlee City Council voted unanimously Tuesday evening to adopt a proposed 2020 fiscal year budget. At $2,036,700, the amount allocated for FY 20 is slightly higher than the approved 2019 fiscal year budget of $1,977,900.
Dalton residents will have their first opportunity to see the city's proposed 2020 budget on Monday.
The City of Cedartown's Board of Commissioners has a busy meeting ahead with several requests and agreements to vote on as the year comes to a close, along with a budget for the 2020 calendar year.
Members of the Dalton City Council say they expect to vote later this month on a rezoning request that a developer says is needed to bring Olive Garden to West Walnut Avenue.
The Dalton City Council voted 4-0 Monday to approve a contract with KRH Architects to design the new building and to do a feasibility study for an aquatics center.