The Moultrie City Council unanimously approved all items on the consent agenda Tuesday night, which primarily includes a millage rate rollback.
Camp Oo-U-La, hosted by the Georgia Firefighters Burn Foundation, invited the Moultrie Fire Department to attend camp this summer to meet and interact with campers and camp volunteers.
The cities of Doerun and Moultrie welcomed an Economic Development Bus Tour this week to display the great opportunity the cities provide potential businesses interested in locating in Georgia.
Statewide races are behind us and a presidential election is coming next year, but 2019 has its own election season for five of Colquitt County’s six municipalities.
For the first time in possibly years, an alcohol license faced opposition before the Moultrie City Council Tuesday evening.
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.
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