The upcoming March 24 special elections to fill the unexpired seats of Hoschton mayor Theresa Kenerly and councilman Jim Cleveland will both be contested.
And then there were — just — two. With only two sitting members left, the Hoschton City Council's ability to hold votes and conduct business will be on ice until April.
Hope Weeks recently announced that she will be a candidate for Mayor of the City of Hoschton.
The Hoschton City Council can continue to operate with a three-member board following recent court action.
After months of calls for her resignation, Hoschton mayor Theresa Kenerly left office on Sunday, Dec. 15.
Hoschton council member Jim Cleveland has resigned.
Hoschton adopted its FY2020 budget and decided on a waste disposal company at its meeting on Dec. 9, but both were contentious and required Mayor Theresa Kenerly to break a tie vote for the items to pass.
Hoschton's city government could be dramatically reconfigured if preliminary discussions by the city council move forward.
Two new Hoschton City Council members were sworn in on Nov. 12.
Braselton and Hoschton both have seats up for grabs in this year's election. Two in each city.