The Emerson City Council voted unanimously Monday evening to begin fining motorists caught exceeding posted speed limits on recently installed school zone cameras.
Monday evening’s Emerson City Council meeting drew one of Atlanta’s most powerful and renowned developers to Bartow County, as Jim Jacoby — head of Jacoby Development, Inc. — made an appearance to advocate for a resolution officially approving the Etowah-Allatoona Economic Corridor tax allocation district.
Emerson City Manager Kevin McBurnett said that Black Creek Group, has submitted a plan set for the construction of approximately three industrial-suited buildings, possibly with some small office space.
The Emerson City Council, absent two members, voted unanimously to approve an agreement with a Tennessee-based company to install speed enforcement cameras within the municipality at Monday evening’s meeting.
About three-quarters through the 2019 fiscal year, Emerson City Manager Kevin McBurnett said the municipality is doing quite well, budget-wise
Calling to mind a beloved Southern expression, Monday’s Emerson City Council meeting was quicker than a hiccup — from opening to adjournment, the entire meeting lasted less than 60 seconds.