Around 25 residents of the Conestoga Mobile Home Park attended the Monroe City Council’s Tuesday night meeting to voice their concerns and fears over the park’s future.
Since March, the city of Loganville’s alcohol rules have lurched to and fro more than a drunk staggering through an alley.
Athens-Clarke County Police Chief Cleveland Spruill has now experienced busy football Saturdays in the Classic City.
The Athens-Clarke County Commission gave Athens’ representatives in the Georgia General Assembly its annual list of legislative priorities this week, but got little commitment from the mostly Republican legislators.
The commission’s audit committee voted unanimously in a Wednesday meeting to ask the full commission to assign the audit to Athens-Clarke Internal Auditor Stephanie Maddox’s office for investigation.
The Loganville City Council will likely approve a 60-day moratorium on rezones to R-22 Overlay, the city’s densest zoning classification.
The Winder City Council, on Tuesday, Sept. 10, unanimously passed a resolution signaling its support for locally-established building design standards for residential dwellings, a topic that has been a hot-button issue among the state legislature.
The Madison Mayor and City Council is considering allowing food trucks to set up shop within city limits. Ben Crowe, owner of Crowe’s BBQ has requested the council change the city’s ordinance to allow for food trucks.
After months of discussion and hearing proposals from three companies, the Covington City Council voted 4-3 at their Aug. 3 meeting to approve a contract with Latham Home Sanitation for residential garbage, recycling and bulk waste collection, and a 4-3 vote to approve contracts with Latham and Advanced Waste Disposal for commercial solid waste collection.
Members of Braselton’s Downtown Development Authority and town staff recently accepted a “Best Design-Placemaking Award” of the year from the Georgia Downtown Association for the library crosswalk on Davis Street.