The Cairo Police Department is warning residents to abide by an emergency order issued last week mandating that residents avoid gatherings of 10 or more people.
Albany City Manager Sharon Subadan deferred questions about the city’s battle against the coronavirus to Albany Mayor Bo Dorough and Dougherty County Commission Chairman Chris Cohilas, who are jointly hosting daily news conferences, updating the community about the virus. But Subadan did say the city has been “extraordinarily proactive” in efforts to stop spread of the virus.
The City of Thomasville’s Water Treatment Plant was recently recognized by the Georgia Association of Water Professionals (GAWP) for operating with perfection during 2019.
Meigs City Council voted unanimously Monday to approve an emergency ordinance designed to prevent spread of the coronavirus in the Thomas County town.
The City of Thomasville’s GIS and Main Street Departments have collaborated with the Thomasville-Thomas County Chamber of Commerce to promote local businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 2020 Census count is underway and residents of Thomas County and Thomasville are doing their part to be counted.
The City of Moultrie may be facing a state of emergency starting Friday afternoon as the city council prepares its decision overnight.
Late this morning, Moultrie Mayor Bill McIntosh announced a curfew that will take effect tonight and a suspension of alcohol licenses that will take effect immediately. Both are in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Action taken in a 3-2 vote Wednesday deletes the emergency management chapter in the city code and replaces it with a ruling giving the city manager the authority to enact measures during a state of emergency.
City Manager Alan Carson has announced an administrative order for the City of Thomasville in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.