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Gainesville, Clarkesville, Winder getting housing tax credits from the state

December 2, 2019

Access North Georgia

Gainesville, Winder, and Clarkesville are among the recipients of housing tax credits from the Georgia Department of Community Affairs.

Gainesville: Some water customers dealing with taste, odor issues

November 27, 2019

Access North Georgia

Some City of Gainesville water customers in the South Hall area are dealing with "taste and odor" issues, according to a posting on the city's Water Resources Department's Facebook page.

Gainesville names new deputy fire chief

November 26, 2019

Gainesville Times

Eric Rockfeld began serving in the role Nov. 18, filling the vacancy left by the retirement of former Deputy Chief Scott Stowers.

Rockfeld takes reins as Deputy Chief for Gainesville Fire Department

November 26, 2019

Access North Georgia

The city of Gainesville has named a new deputy chief of the Gainesville Fire Department. Eric Rockfeld assumed the role on Monday, Nov. 18, following the retirement of former Deputy Fire Chief Scott Stowers.

City to vote on rezoning for midtown developments

November 25, 2019

Gainesville Times

The city of Gainesville is requesting to rezone two pieces of land in midtown for a previously announced mixed-use development that will include 400 apartments.

Tax credits awarded for Tower Heights project, but HUD approval still pending

November 25, 2019

Gainesville Times

A mixed-income housing development replacing the Tower Heights Apartments public housing complex in Gainesville is a step closer to reality.

When, where Gainesville will open new, upgraded fire station

November 25, 2019

Gainesville Times

Fire Station No. 2 has sat at the intersection of Holly Drive and Piedmont Road, behind Gainesville First Baptist Church, for 65 years.

Gainesville breaks ground on new home of Fire Station 2

November 22, 2019

Gainesville Times

Shovelfuls of red Georgia soil were gently tossed forward at the new site of Gainesville Fire Station 2 on Cleveland Highway. The groundbreaking ceremony for the 14,000-square feet facility to replace the current home of Station 2 was now official.

Hall County, Gainesville, Buford schools ask boards to pass ESPLOST VI resolution

November 19, 2019

Access North Georgia

Hall County Schools, Gainesville City Schools and Buford City Schools will ask their individual school boards to pass a resolution to let voters decide on an extending a special purpose local option sales tax for education -- or E-SPLOST.

Hotel-stay limit sparks homeless concerns in Gainesville

November 19, 2019

Athens Banner-Herald

A northeast Georgia city could tighten rules limiting how long someone can stay in a hotel, prompting concerns about harms to people who would otherwise be homeless.

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