With just three voting items on the docket, the Euharlee City Council sped through Tuesday evening’s public meeting in under eight minutes — with much of that dedicated to the reading of a resolution honoring the Georgia National Guard.
The work session concluded with Councilman Craig Guyton announcing that he would not be seeking a third term. He encouraged residents to take a more active role in local government.
Members of the Euharlee City Council voted unanimously at Tuesday evening’s public meeting to approve the adoption of the Euharlee Road Corridor Design Overlay — or, as City Planning and Zoning Administrator Charles Reese dubbed it earlier this year, “ERCDO.”
Tuesday evening’s Euharlee City Council work session largely revolved around a presentation from Williamson and Co. CPAs representative Christian Hatch, who went over the finer points of the City’s 2018 fiscal year audit with the council.
A member of the Powder Springs Police Department has been named the new chief of police for the City of Euharlee.
The term “ERCDO” may sound like gibberish now, but if things pan out for the City of Euharlee, it could become the municipality’s guiding force for economic development for the foreseeable future.
“We appreciate the efforts of all the local organizations, businesses and volunteers that give of their time and talents to make this event possible,” Gobbi said.