Around 25 residents of the Conestoga Mobile Home Park attended the Monroe City Council’s Tuesday night meeting to voice their concerns and fears over the park’s future.
Kim Greenlee, a Realtor, qualified to run for the District 4 seat on the Monroe City Council. She’ll be challenging incumbent Larry Bradley, who qualified Monday to run for reelection.
All five members of the Monroe City Council whose terms expire this year have qualified to run for reelection.
The group of 48 young professionals from Walton County and around the state has been examining Monroe and trying to provide recommendations for the city's future.
For the first time in several years, Monroe landowners might not enjoy the rollback property tax rate.
At last week’s meeting, the city council voted unanimously to include a referendum on the so-called “Brunch Bill” or “Mimosa Mandate,” on the ballot this fall.
The Monroe Pavilion shopping center on Charlotte Rowell Boulevard edged toward a groundbreaking at the Monroe City Council meeting on Tuesday, as the council granted developer MAB American a rezone on the 95-acre property.
The Monroe City Council swatted away two applications for new development, one for an apartment complex on Charlotte Rowell Boulevard and another for a small shopping center on West Spring Street.
The Monroe Planning and Zoning Commission approved one major housing development and denied another at its monthly meeting last week.
Ending the Cycle, a local group that fights puppy mills and dog abuse, made a presentation to the council about the issue in Monroe.