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DDA okays loan submission for River District restaurant

September 13, 2019

Rome News-Tribune

DDA Director Amanda Carter told her board that Dillmon’s total project cost, including acquisition of the property, renovations and equipment was $1,005,517.

First Homelessness Task Force meeting finds common ground between police, community members

September 13, 2019

Rome News-Tribune

In the end, Rome Mayor Bill Collins said he felt there was a community consensus now for the City Commission to go ahead with the first reading of the amended “urban camping” and “panhandling” ordinances at its next meeting.

Hired goats being used to help provide view of river for picnic lots behind State Mutual Stadium

September 11, 2019

Rome News-Tribune

Hired goats being used to help provide view of river for picnic lots behind State Mutual Stadium

Cartersville City Council approves youth sports, resurfacing contracts

September 10, 2019

Cartersville Daily Tribune News

Thursday evening’s Cartersville City Council meeting largely revolved around a series of contracts, agreements and bids, running the gamut from guardrail replacements and new police vehicle purchases to emergency sewer repairs and a $3 million-plus Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) airport grant.

Cave Spring Council to discuss road improvements at Sept. 10 work session

September 10, 2019

Rome News-Tribune

The Cave Spring City Council is expected to adopt an updated flood protection ordinance Tuesday night at its regular monthly meeting.

New murals add to Rome's expanding collection

September 10, 2019

Rome News-Tribune

Underneath the Robert Redden Footbridge sits one of Rome’s newest murals, joining a number of others that have been popping up around town over the past few years.

City Commission sends 'brunch bill' to voters, moves toward approving speed camera at RHS

September 10, 2019

Rome News-Tribune

Sunday brunch enthusiasts looking forward to having a mimosa or bloody mary before noon in Rome can now toast the Rome City Commission for unanimously agreeing Monday to allow voters to decide Nov. 5 whether local establishments can serve alcohol as early as 11 a.m. on Sundays.

South Rome celebrates completion of new housing units

September 9, 2019

Rome News-Tribune

The public-private partnership between the City of Rome and the South Rome Redevelopment Corp. formally added four new homes to the South Rome inventory Friday with the promise of at least three more on the way soon.

Editorial: SPLOST advisory committee members should avoid a rush to judgment

September 9, 2019

Dalton Daily Citizen

The 16 members of the advisory committee that will make recommendations for projects that could be funded from the next Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) in Whitfield County voted recently that the next SPLOST should be limited to four years.

Park fees, golf carts highlight short night for Euharlee City Council

September 6, 2019

Cartersville Daily Tribune News

With just three voting items on the docket, the Euharlee City Council sped through Tuesday evening’s public meeting in under eight minutes — with much of that dedicated to the reading of a resolution honoring the Georgia National Guard.

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