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Everything you need to know about the Tri-City Latino Festival in Columbus

September 20, 2019

Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Columbus is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with the Tri-City Latino Festival.

City to vote on millage rate

September 20, 2019

Americus Times-Recorder

The millage rate is being raised to 13.12 mills.

A third hotel could be coming to uptown Columbus. Here’s what we know

September 19, 2019

Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

The hotel’s exterior design was granted a certificate of facade appropriateness Monday during a meeting of the Uptown Facade Board, which has approval authority over building exteriors in downtown Columbus.

MCSD plans to ask voters to renew sales tax — and beat Columbus Council to the ballot

September 11, 2019

Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

The Muscogee County School District is planning to ask Columbus voters to renew the sales tax that helps pay for its capital projects.

Why Columbus could ‘actively campaign against’ a tax for regional road projects, mayor says

September 6, 2019

Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

To do that, council will ask voters to approve a 1% sales tax as opposed to issuing debt, the financial burden of which would fall on property owners.

Cuthbert, Andrew College featured in economic development video

September 6, 2019

Albany Herald

The video will tell the success stories of Cuthbert, Dublin, Toccoa and Warm Springs. The State Tourism Product Development Team first visited Randolph County in June 2016. Patricia Goodman, the former Randolph County Chamber of Commerce president, was instrumental in bringing the team to the county.

City council asks for clarification in storm ordinance language

August 29, 2019

Washington News-Reporter

John Fisher asked the city council for "more tweaks" to the proposed stormwater drainage ordinance.

Only one race develops for city council

August 27, 2019

Americus Times-Recorder

Qualifying for the Nov. 5 election in Americus was Monday through noon Wednesday this week and there is only one contended race for city council.

City votes to raise millage rate to 13.12

August 27, 2019

Americus Times-Recorder

The Americus City Council voted unanimously to raise the millage rate from 10.92 to 13.12 for the remainder of the fiscal year.

Fire Hydrant replacement

August 20, 2019

Cordele Dispatch

The City of Cordele, Water Department will be replacing a fire hydrant located on Stewart Avenue between 20th Avenue and 16th Avenue.

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