The Senoia City Council awarded a contract for construction of the city’s new sewer treatment plant.
Senoia City Clerk Debby Volk is retiring after 21 years on the job.
Senoia restaurants will be getting a break on their liquor license renewal. The Senoia City Council voted to give city staff the ability to cut the retail distilled spirits license fee from the usual $5,000 a year to $2,500 through 2021.
Senoia residents may soon have some beer or wine delivered along with their pizza.
The city of Senoia is moving forward with annexation for property near the ballfields that is proposed for a concrete plant and a garbage transfer station.
The Senoia DDA is working on a plan to bring Santa to town and have him ride through neighborhoods in a convertible, likely escorted by the Senoia Police Department.
A local sign company owner hopes to work with the city of Senoia to put up subdivision directional signs on weekends throughout the city.
The city of Senoia is moving forward with construction of its new sewer treatment plant and work could start in the next few months.
The project will create a 5-foot-wide sidewalk that will be compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act regulations and will include a railing separating the outdoor dining area from the sidewalk, business owner Bill Wood told the Senoia City Council Monday night.
Senoia will be doing away with its impact fee for libraries, but making the change means a whole new impact fee study.