A popular recreation center is back open after the city of Stonecrest made repairs and upgrades totaling more than $100,000.
The city of Stonecrest plans to buy an old Sears facility in a popular part of town and turn it into a public safety building.
The newly formed development authority in the city of Stonecrest has approved its first big deal.
The purpose of the easement is to maintain and improve water, biological, soil, scenic, and ecosystem resources. The plan also “protects the richness of biodiversity and natural habitat, keeping the area wild or undisturbed in character and to promote good stewardship of the land so that it will be able to support the Brushy Creek Greenway trail.”
The rifts began long before the campaigning did.
The city of Stonecrest recently purchased eight parks from DeKalb County, with plans to manage them moving forward. That includes the Browns Mill Recreation Center.
To receive a Certificate of Achievement, a city official must complete a minimum of 72 units of credit, including at least 36 hours from a list of required classes. The training program consists of a series of more than 60 courses.