The City of Gainesville will hold a public hearing regarding changes to the city’s Unified Land Development Code (ULDC), including an amendment in the ULDC regulating what is referred to as “Extended Stay Lodging Services”.
The city is moving forward with replacing the pool in Oakwood City Park, which is off Railroad Street in the downtown area, with a splash pad, or recreation area featuring water spraying from a deck into the air.
A unanimous recommendation for rezoning approval from the Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board Tuesday evening moved a couple of midtown mixed-use developments closer to reality.
Two proposed midtown Gainesville developments took a key step toward approval Tuesday night.
The regulations, which will be voted on Dec. 17 by the Gainesville City Council, would limit stays at hotels to 15 consecutive days and stays at extended-stay hotels to 30 days.
A new RV and boat storage facility is one step closer to reality in Oakwood after it was rezoned by the city council Monday night.
A 90-day ban has been placed on new vape shops in Oakwood so that the city can craft regulations governing them.
Flowery Branch is set to decide on Thursday, Dec. 5, whether to OK design and construction plans for Atlanta-based The Residential Group’s planned residential-retail project on Main Street.
After months of consideration and discussion, including several trips back to the drawing board by design teams, city leaders in Flowery Branch voted Thursday evening to move forward on three extensive building projects, satisfied that every determination they can make based on artist’s renderings and architectural elevations fit the profiles they have envisioned.
As the use and sale of products containing CBD have increased, the city of Cumming is looking at ways to regulate the emerging business.