Located at 110 Ida Lasseter Circle in Perry, Creekwood Traffic Park opened officially on Wednesday morning.
Tuesday’s regular meeting of Perry Mayor and Council and pre-council session saw a number of ordinances slated for a second reading and subsequent vote discussed.
Centerville Mayor and Council met Tuesday evening for their September work session, and aside from giving consideration to the license applications of two new home based companies in the area, the only matter of new business on the agenda was a Memorandum of Understanding, read by Councilman Micheal Evans, regarding the Centerville Police Department.
Perry Mayor and Council revisited an issue involving plans for an RV park.
Warner Robins Mayor and Council announced last week its intention to increase the 2020 property taxes it will levy this year by 0.21 percentage over the rollback millage rate for City of Warner Robins, Houston County residents and 3.44 percentage over the rollback millage rate for City of Warner Robins, Peach County residents.
Fawne DeRosia had been commissioned by the city of Perry to do a special piece that would embody some of the wonderful things for which the community is best known.
A number of firefighters with Baldwin County Fire Rescue and Milledgeville Fire Rescue joined officers from the Milledgeville Police Department and Georgia College Department of Public Safety to remember their fallen brothers and sisters of nearly 20 years ago.
Friday, September 11 marked the sixth annual ceremony held in remembrance and to honor first responders, on the 19-year anniversary of the events of September 11, 2001. ceremony, which was held at the Museum of Aviation.
The Development Authority of Warner Robins met last Thursday on whether to move forward with phase 2 of the Penrose Project, but before coming to a vote, some members had concerns and questions of why the authority as a whole was not informed to meet in person.
Tuesday evening, Centerville Mayor and Council met for their regular monthly meeting, and was able to successfully and unanimously agree upon a lowered millage rate as well as reinstate merit raises for city employees.