Qualifying for a vacant seat on the Euharlee City Council is set to begin next week.
Members of the Euharlee Planning and Zoning Commission voted across the board to recommend approval of an amendment to the City’s ordinance pertaining to recreational vehicles (RVs) at a public meeting Tuesday evening.
Euharlee City Manager James Stephens discussed the municipality’s May financials at a work session meeting Tuesday evening.
Euharlee City Council approves advertising millage rate increase
“We’re following guidelines that are currently set up for museums and other venues of that type,” said Katie Gobbi, director of the Euharlee Welcome Center & History Museum. “I’m a paid staff of one, so our volunteer pool is primarily those that are either elderly or considered medically fragile. Almost our entire volunteer base can’t come in right now, so that could eventually impede operations.”
Due to concerns over the spread of COVID-19, the city of Euharlee has announced alterations to its operations and event programming. Along with the April 11 Euharlee Egg Hunt, the April and May Food Truck Fridays are canceled.
The City of Euharlee is contemplating possible amendments to its ordinance relating to recreational vehicles.
Chief of Police Jody Matthews took center stage at Wednesday afternoon’s Euharlee City Council work session meeting, where he went over numerous proposals to revise departmental policies.