Richmond Hill City Council members received an earful from two concerned citizens at its regular meeting on Tuesday night, Feb. 4.
Richmond Hill was awarded a $3 million Georgia Fund loan by the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) board of directors, it was announced Monday in a press release from the GEFA.
The Richmond Hill City Council met in regular session Tuesday night to discuss updates to the fire department’s fleet and an amendment to the Fire Prevention and Protection ordinance, Chapter 38.
The Richmond Hill City Council met in regular session Tuesday with a smaller council than the full four seats usually occupied, but all seats were soon filled with the swearing-in of new council members Mark Ott and Steve Scholar.
The Richmond Hill City Council discussed the 2020 budget and the pension of former Richmond Hill city employee and council member elect Steve Scholar at Tuesday night’s regular meeting.
Challenger Steve Scholar has won the runoff between him and Post 4 incumbent Les Fussell, according to Richmond Hill City Clerk Dawnne Greene.
In a runoff election, voters in Richmond Hill chose Steve Scholar for city council.
Richmond Hill residents have one last chance on Tuesday to cast their votes in the City Council Post 4 runoff election between incumbent Les Fussell and Steve Scholar.
The Richmond Hill City Council met in regular session Tuesday to swear-in a new city council member, recognize city employees, and discuss a unified development ordinance.
A recount completed Tuesday morning has confirmed Robbie Ward as the winner in the Richmond Hill post 2 City Council race.