Libby Winn listens sympathetically as a woman explains her concerns about a letter she received from the city of Newnan about a recent information breach.
The city of Newnan recently received grant checks for $4,840 and $3,894 to be used toward the purchase of fire retardant hoods, ear protection, warning reflector kits, traffic cones, hard hats, flashlights and a number of other items to assist in providing a safer environment for employees and citizens, according to The Georgia Municipal Association (GMA).
Members of the city of Grantville’s administrative committee recently recommended a series of amendments to the city’s charter regarding how officials are elected and the city’s chain of command.
A rezoning request now before the Newnan Planning Commission would allow construction of “affordable senior housing” on Newnan Crossing Bypass.
Senoia’s Dorsey Road will be relocated and improved as part of a development project.
The newest addition to the biking options in Coweta County will soon be open and located inside the city limits.
It was a quiet election night party for Councilman George Alexander as a handful of friends gathered for a bite at the Redneck Gourmet and waited for the results to roll in.
The city of Senoia and the Senoia Development Authority recently recognized the city’s top employers with an appreciation lunch at Bistro Hilary.
The city of Newnan, in conjunction with Govt Portal, together has implemented a new online payment portal for customers, businesses, and residents.
Thirty people might not seem like a big turnout for a town hall meeting, but it’s the biggest crowd to date for a meeting on the Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax.