Metter City Hall has reopened for business this week after two employees tested positive for COVID-19.
City Hall opened their lobby June 9. They will observe CDC guidelines and maintain social distancing rules.
No private citizens were present on Monday evening for the City’s public hearing for the Fiscal Year 2021 budget.
Both Metter City Council and Candler County Commissioners anticipate adopting their Fiscal Year 2021 budgets during June.
The Metter-Candler Recreation Board has canceled the spring 2020 youth league baseball/softball season.
The City of Metter will begin cutting off delinquent water accounts on May 21. In order to avoid disconnection, officials recommend that utility bills be brought up to date by 5 p.m. on Wednesday, May 20.
A downtown building is catching the attention of passers by as it now showcases the Woodpecker Trail logo!
The City of Metter declared a State of Emergency during an emergency called meeting held on Monday evening.
Property owner Chester Flynt, who is requesting to establish a flea market on his property on Hwy. 46 East, told Council that he had space in front of his mini storage businesses and “I thought it would be a good idea to have a flea market out there, maybe once or twice a month on the weekends.
A public hearing regarding flea markets died during the Feb. 10 meeting of Metter City Council for lack of a motion.