Spalding County’s Board of Commissioners and the City of Griffin's Board of Commissioners each voted last week to impose a city/county-wide curfew due to the COVID pandemic.
The city of Griffin is asking for the public's patience and understanding as well as limiting requests for non-essential services since the city's methods of operation may change for a short time during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Griffin's Board of Commissioners has named April as Census Month and urges all residents to participate in the 2020 census.
The Griffin Spalding Airport Authority will be spending $8,731,220.21 to relocate electric and transmission lines around the new airport site.
The City of Griffin and Spalding County Boards of Commissioners will be meeting Tuesday morning for a joint workshop on their Service Delivery Strategy.
The city of Griffin will hold two sessions March 9 to educate residents on the city's updated recycling ordinance.
Since yard waste service in the city has encountered issues over the past several years, Griffin's Board of Commissioners discussed alternative options at its workshop Tuesday morning.
Griffin's Board of Commissioners weighed options regarding the future use of the City Pool, including closing the pool for public use.
Former Griffin Chief of Staff Jessica W. O'Connor has now assumed the duties as deputy city manager and staff attorney for the city of Griffin.
Since Griffin's Solid Waste Department employees have noticed an increase in leaf pile violations as it relates to the city's yard waste ordinance, the city has issued a reminder regarding the allowed size of leaf piles.