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Gainesville officials announce midtown area development plans

September 13, 2019

Access North Georgia

In 2012, the city purchased the four-acre plot where the old Hall County Jail was with the plan to develop the property in the future as a part of the transformation of the midtown area.

289-unit apartment complex proposed next to one about to open in Braselton

September 12, 2019

Gainesville Times

More apartments could be headed Braselton’s way in South Hall.

What Gainesville officials say will be built at end of pedestrian bridge

September 12, 2019

Gainesville Times

Apartments and retail space are now planned on two long vacant pieces of property in Gainesville’s midtown.

Helen officials tightening reins on carriage operators

September 12, 2019

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The City of Helen is taking back its loading zones for their intended use, but that means horse-and-buggy operators will have to find a new area to pick up and drop off passengers.

How Dahlonega businesses are responding to planned rally, counterprotest

September 11, 2019

Gainesville Times

With different groups planning to rally near downtown Dahlonega Saturday, Sept. 14, business owners and managers are facing a decision: stay open or shut down.

Oakwood City Council approves additional townhomes, considers moratorium on condos

September 11, 2019

Access North Georgia

Millwood said she felt a six month moratorium would be plenty of time for a work session, full discussion, staff research and continued work until an ordinance that works for everyone was created.

Georgia city preps for rally organized by white supremacists

September 10, 2019

Athens Banner-Herald

A Georgia city is bracing for a rally organized by white supremacists in support of President Trump.

Cornelia posts modifications to alcohol ordinance

September 9, 2019

Access North Georgia

In addition, the ordinance would permit licensed catering companies to obtain a license to serve alcoholic beverages at events they cater in the city.

Oktoberfest arrives in Helen

September 6, 2019

White County News Telegraph

The longest-running Oktoberfest kicks off this week in Helen, highlighted by a parade on Saturday, Sept. 7, at noon in downtown.

Controversial 334-unit apartment complex gets initial OK in Flowery Branch

September 6, 2019

Gainesville Times

A 334-unit apartment complex got initial approval Thursday night from the Flowery Branch City Council, following a lengthy discussion involving the developer and residents.

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