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Rome-Floyd Building Department plans to upgrade building inspection software

January 28, 2020

Rome News-Tribune

While litter is one major obstacle Floyd County has been trying to tackle in the last year, blighted houses are another difficult problem the county has been trying to overcome.

City Commission voted not to suspend El Patron licenses until owner can have full hearing

January 28, 2020

Rome News-Tribune

The Rome City Commission agreed Monday to give the owner of El Patron Sports Bar a reprieve from having his beer-pouring and entertainment licenses temporarily suspended for an “excessive noise” violation — at least until his case can be heard by the Alcohol Control Commission next month.

Zoning request granted, loan amounts increase

January 24, 2020

Blue Ridge News Observer

The Green Rocks, LLC. rezoning request heard at the Planning Commissions December 3 meeting divided City of Blue Ridge Council members 3-1 during a regular meeting January 14.

McCaysville leaders appointed during regular meeting

January 24, 2020

Blue Ridge News Observer

The new McCaysville City Council members took up a variety of items when they met for their first time January 14.

Blue Ridge adopts new sewer plant plan, sets public hearing for parking

January 24, 2020

Blue Ridge News Observer

A new system for the City of Blue Ridge’s sewer plant was approved, a town hall meeting was announced, city employees are getting a raise, $248,000 was approved for Waste Water Treatment Plant.

City, county agree on service delivery agreement

January 22, 2020

Dalton Daily Citizen

After months of negotiations — and even a lawsuit — the City of Dalton and Whitfield County have agreed in principle to a Service Delivery Strategy agreement, and Dalton City Council members unanimously approved the measure during Tuesday night's meeting.

Cedartown commission to gather for special called session on Wednesday

January 21, 2020

Polk County Standard Journal

The Cedartown City Commission will be gathering for a sole reason during a special called session coming up this Wednesday.

Aragon celebrates new Mayor, Council during short meeting

January 21, 2020

Polk County Standard Journal

The Aragon City Council kept their first meeting of 2020 brief after holding a more ceremonial swearing in for Mayor Debbie Pittman and council members Judd Fee and Buddy Tanner.

Rockmart Council swears in new Mayor, Council members to start 2020

January 21, 2020

Polk County Standard Journal

With the results of the November election finalized and 2020 finally here, Mayor Sherman Ross and Council Members Marty Robinson and Mike Bradley have officially started their terms with the City of Rockmart.

Council members to discuss delays in work on historic depot

January 21, 2020

Dalton Daily Citizen

Dalton City Administrator Jason Parker says he expects the City Council will be taking a look at how much progress Barrett Properties has made in redeveloping the historic railroad depot at 110 Depot St. since it purchased the property in 2018.

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