To help ease the burden on Marietta property owners during this COVID-19 pandemic, Marietta city officials are allowing property tax payments to be paid in two equal installments for the 2020 tax year.
The Marietta City Council shot down Mayor Steve Tumlin’s proposal for the city’s elected leaders to serve on alternating election cycles during Wednesday night’s meeting.
The Marietta Police Department is mourning the loss of the former chief who led the agency as it obtained national accreditation.
Over the weekend, Gov. Brian Kemp gave Georgia’s local governments permission to impose mask mandates.
Wednesday night’s Marietta City Council meeting started like any other: Pledge of Allegiance, prayer and proclamations.
A Venture Communities development with over 50 homes is closer to being built in Marietta, though the project has changed.
Marietta City Councilwoman Michelle Cooper Kelly is liveSAFE Resources’ 2020 Woman of the Year.
The Marietta Police Department is seeking re-accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA) known as “the gold standard for law enforcement professionalism.”
The Marietta City Council will decide next week whether to approve an annexation and rezoning involving plans to build 59 town homes.
Marietta was off to a strong start this year before it was hit with the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting economic slowdown, Mayor Steve “Thunder” Tumlin said. Still, he’s optimistic the city will see better days and credits healthcare workers and city employees for seeing it through so far.