The City of Summerville Council met Monday morning to declare a state of emergency due to the new coronavirus. The council and staff are shown practicing social distancing.
The City of Summerville Municipal Special Election has been changed from March 24, 2020 to May 19, 2020, due to concerns over the Covid-19 Virus.
Earlier today the Chattooga County Water District was told its well number 7 is not affected by contaminates. This would allow them to supply the City of Summerville which is struggling with clean water.
The City of Summerville is asking residents to please limit bottled water to the sensitive population, i.e., pregnant women, nursing mothers, infants, and people with compromised immune systems.
Summerville officials are turning to the City of Rome for guidance in dealing with a recent water contamination advisory issued by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Summerville residents might see an increased utility bill starting in the New Year.
Anthony Bryant wants to build storage units but inaccurate maps and missing documents at Summerville City Hall continue to impede his progress.
It may seem odd, but the City of Summerville is benefiting from residential and commercial growth in Floyd County.
The Chattooga County Veterans Memorial Park Committee will have a dedication installing the new veteran’s memorials Saturday.
Paying a traffic ticket in the Town of Trion, in most cases, will cost violators more in the coming months.