Issues of children and youth dominated a town hall meeting Monday in Northwest Moultrie.
Moultrie was among 36 cities to receive re-certification as a City of Ethics at the Georgia Municipal Association’s annual convention June 24.
The Georgia Cities Foundation awarded Moultrie Mayor Bill McIntosh with the inaugural “Starr Award,” which recognizes an individual who has made a significant contribution toward creating a unique and vibrant environment in the downtown area of a city in Georgia.
The building many refer to as the “Belk Hudson Building” on the square in Downtown Moultrie is returning back to life after 15 years.
Georgia Cities Week gives cities an opportunity to share information about the valuable services they provide to residents and how cities positively impact residents’ quality of life
With this week dedicated to spring cleanup, the city of Moultrie is offering assistance to residents looking to get rid of debris, appliances, junk cars and other items.
The City of Moultrie received $449,928 in 2013 to revitalize an area of Northwest Moultrie, one of the more blighted areas in the city.
Johnson worked his way up at the fire department, paid his dues and made lifetime bonds with other firefighters. He started with the Moultrie Fire Department on July 2, 1976; he was promoted to lieutenant Oct. 1, 1995, and on July 24, 2002 he was promoted to battalion captain, the position he served until his death.
The City of Moultrie sent three linemen to Cairo in the aftermath of Sunday night’s tornado to help restore utilities. “In a time of need, we help,” said City of Moultrie Utilities Director Elvira Gibson.
When e-cigarettes made a splash a few years ago, they were marketed as a safer way to get a nicotine fix.