“We’re excited to offer this opportunity to help citizens better understand Milton’s tree removal policy,” Community Development Director Parag Agrawal said. “Enhancing Milton’s tree canopy while preserving the city’s rural and equestrian character are this new ordinance’s primary objectives."
The Milton City Council has approved a $188,683 task order to have consultant Pond & Co. Inc. undertake preliminary engineering to widen Morris Road.
The city of Milton in September will partner with the LRJ Foundation, a mental wellness nonprofit, to offer a “Better than Yesterday” webinar where listeners will hear frank discussions about positive ways to manage stressful life situations, restlessness, loneliness, angst and other issues.
After crunching the numbers, the website found that Milton is the best Georgia city to live in.
The Milton City Council has approved a Community Trail Prioritization Plan to guide the city in placing future trails and sidewalks.
With its 2016-2020 Strategic Plan ending, the Milton City Council has approved a $53,400 professional services agreement with Berry, Dunn, McNeil & Parker LLC to work on the city’s next five-year plan.
The Milton City Council has agreed to a consent order to pay $185,000 for land, the subject of eminent domain proceedings, needed for a proposed roundabout at Hopewell and Thompson roads.
Milton seeks residents’ point of view for its 2040 Comprehensive Plan. The north Fulton city hired TSW consulting firm to direct its Comprehensive Plan process and will hold a meeting with members of an advisory committee Wednesday.
The Milton City Council has approved a request by Ebenezer United Methodist Church to build a 23,000-square-foot activity center on its Arnold Mill Road land.
Milton Mayor Joe Lockwood will speak for 11 North Georgia cities as a newly elected regional president with the Georgia Municipal Association.