Senoia’s allocation for the proposed Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax is $3.9 million, and officials have put some of the city’s most needed projects on the list.
Lingering discontent over the recent rezoning of property for a small Habitat for Humanity subdivision bubbled up at Tuesday’s Senoia Downtown Development Authority town hall meeting.
The Senoia City Council and city officials will be going to a weekend retreat to discuss issues – in North Georgia.
City Manager Harold Simmons told the Senoia City Council Monday night that there are beavers building dams near the Cumberland subdivision and the Senoia Police Department.
The city of Senoia will be partnering with Newnan Coweta Habitat for Humanity to build a small subdivision of affordable homes.