The city of Thomasville Police Department recently partnered with RedSpeed USA to implement a program for automated speed enforcement in school zones.
“It’s a milestone for the theater and it’s definitely a boost for the community to have something like this in our town that’s a historic place that’s still up and running today that people can come and be a part of,” said Robert Dykes, the Zebulon’s executive director. “It’s a great treasure for Grady County and Cairo.”
The 30-day application period for Thomasville police chief ends Monday, but it can be extended, City Manager Alan Carson said.
Thomasville has a long history of “neighbors helping neighbors” to overcome times of community crisis.
After placing a moratorium on utility disconnects in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the city of Thomasville resumed utility disconnections for non-payment on Monday. City Manager Alan Carson said that while the decision to resume disconnections was difficult, staff remains committed to assisting customers throughout the crisis.
City Manager Alan Carson said that while the decision to resume disconnections was difficult, staff remain committed to assisting customers throughout the crisis.
“Our community needs a sign ordinance that will provide guidance to our business owners,” said Kenneth Thompson, city planner. “The draft ordinance that will be presented next week to our current Planning and Zoning Commission will mirror the draft that was approved by this board in 2016."
A week after Thomasville Police Chief Troy Rich announced his retirement, Thomasville City Council approved a release agreement that includes monetary compensation involved in the chief's departure.
A Thomasville City Council member has been elected to a vice presidency on a Georgia Municipal Association (GMA) district committee.
Three towns in Georgia got a nod from the publication, with Thomasville earning the highest rank at No. 8.