Pembroke City Council voted unanimously Monday to let Mayor Judy Cook begin negotiations with Statesboro- based Lavender & Associations on a contract for a new city hall and other work.
Ash Branch Manor will include one and two bedroom apartments, a small clinic, activity areas and garden areas, and officials said Pembroke City Councilwoman Tiffany Walraven has been a driving force behind the project, which was announced in Sept. 2019.
Pembroke officials were expected to meet Wednesday with companies competing for the contract to build the municipality’s new city hall.
A new Pembroke City Hall along with various city building renovations has taken one step closer to becoming reality, according to City Administrator Alex Floyd.
The city of Pembroke received a community development block grant from the Georgia Department of Community Affairs for $750,000 to reinforce and reline sewer pipe in portions of the railroad city.
The City of Pembroke was selected as one of the 50 cities awarded a Community Development Block Grant by the Georgia Dept of Community Affairs.
The city of Pembroke continues to grapple with the affects of COVID-19 as 17% of its workforce, and one city council member, remain quarantined after being exposed to the COVID-19 virus.
Pembroke City employees who refuse to follow COVID-19 guidelines adopted by the city council Monday night could find their paychecks a little lighter come payday.
Pembroke’s City Council is requiring all its city employees wear face masks while on the job, or in or near city facilities.
Putting in place the 180 flags and their crosses, each of which bears the name of a late veteran from North Bryan, took about four hours. It was an effort that included help from the Pembroke Police Department, city employees, and handful of volunteers, as well as members of Pembroke American Legion Post 164.