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Oxford celebrates new park with ribbon cutting

July 17, 2019

Covington News

New playground equipment brought curious minds as children enjoyed Asbury Street Park before the park’s opening day festivities began. The zip line was the main attraction as children lined up, one by one, to take a ride down the metal pipe.

Aquatics committee being formed

July 15, 2019

MainStreet News

A list of committee members was released July 8 by the Jefferson City Council. Jefferson Mayor Steve Quinn has spearheaded discussions about the possibility of the city, along with other local governments, building an aquatics facility.

Greensboro City Development wins 2019 Renaissance Award

July 12, 2019

Jackson Progress-Argus

Its first investment in Greensboro was the Mary-Leila Lofts project, as it was the initial developer of this $12 million mill redevelopment project which now houses 71 workforce housing units in the downtown area.

Classic Center arena added to list of proposed sales tax projects

July 12, 2019

Athens Banner-Herald

Athens-Clarke County commissioners are poised to ask voters to approve a $312 million package of construction and other capital projects in a November referendum.

Decision nearing on Firefly Trail bridge at R.E.M. trestle

July 11, 2019

Athens Banner-Herald

Athens-Clarke County Commissioners are edging closer to deciding what to do about the so-called Murmur Trestle in Dudley Park, made famous by an image of it on a record album by Athens rock group R.E.M.

Madison receives Midas touch

July 10, 2019

Morgan County Citizen

The Madison-Morgan Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) joins an elite group of Georgia CVBs by earning a top ranking that only seven other CVBs across the state have received.

Monroe voters will get their say on ‘Brunch Bill’

July 10, 2019

Walton Tribune

At last week’s meeting, the city council voted unanimously to include a referendum on the so-called “Brunch Bill” or “Mimosa Mandate,” on the ballot this fall.

Bridges to retire as Statham mayor

July 9, 2019

MainStreet Newspaper

A fixture in Statham, Mayor Robert Bridges, will end his tenure at the end of December. Bridges, who has been mayor for 20 years, has made it official — he will not seek another term.

City SPLOST figures finalized

July 9, 2019

MainStreet Newspapers

Madison County cities will now see the official division of the sales tax pie. City councils in each town will now review the intergovernmental agreement and the commissioners will consider official approval at the end of the month.

City moves ahead on shopping center

July 8, 2019

Walton Tribune

The Monroe Pavilion shopping center on Charlotte Rowell Boulevard edged toward a groundbreaking at the Monroe City Council meeting on Tuesday, as the council granted developer MAB American a rezone on the 95-acre property.

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