The city of Grantville is ready to remove the sludge from the Colley Street treatment pond.
The city of Grantville accepted a grant from the Georgia Council for the Arts to paint a mural in the downtown area of the city at its meeting on Monday night.
Despite disagreements among the council, the Grantville city council voted to move forward with a few changes to the city’s charter regarding the mayor and city manager.
Grantville Police Chief Steve Whitlock wants to rent security cameras to monitor the traffic coming into and out of the city.
The Grantville City Council voted to amend the city’s ordinance that required the city to give public notice on hearings concerning Certificates of Appropriateness.
After hearing about a budget committee made up of citizens and council members at a conference, Councilwoman Ruby Hines said Grantville would benefit from a similar program.
The Grantville City Council approved a contract with Preservation South LLC for interior design services and interior restoration of the city’s passenger depot.
The city of Grantville will get some financial assistance for a long-overdue paving project.
Grantville City Council members could not agree about plans to renovate the interior of the city’s passenger depot at the council’s work session on Monday night.
Finances has been a hot topic in Grantville, and city officials are seeking comments regarding a proposed nearly 40 percent property tax increase.