Smyrna’s City Council just got another new member to go along with its new mayor. Austin Wagner, a 29-year-old independent contractor who advises political campaigns, will take over the seat of Councilwoman Andrea Blustein after defeating her in a runoff election Tuesday.
The citizens of Smyrna have chosen Derek Norton to lead the city as its next mayor.
The Smyrna Police Department now has another tool it believes will help officers investigating crimes around the city.
The city of Smyrna will pay its staff almost $300,000 extra next year through merit increases calculated on employees’ performance evaluations.
Advanced voting for the Dec. 3 runoff elections that will decide who will serve as Smyrna's next mayor, as well as the tied Ward 2 council member seat, begins Monday.
Museum manager Jennie Eldredge said the refurbishment was a collaboration between the city, which runs the museum, Chamblee-based Building Four Fabrication and the Smyrna Historical Society.
Smyrna Councilman Derek Norton and local business owner Ryan Campbell appear headed for a runoff in the mayoral race.
A special event center has been approved by the Smyrna City Council.
By a split vote, the Smyrna City Council decided Oct. 21 to remind restaurant owners of their ability to prohibit smoking.
An impoundment fee of $100 will be charged by Smyrna for rented bikes or scooters that are left in the right-of-way.