The Development Authority of Warner Robins (DAWR) met via Zoom conference on Thursday, January 7 for their first meeting of 2021.
The first Warner Robins City Council meeting of 2021 took place via Zoom and started off with a proclamation read by Mayor Randy Toms to guests, Chris McCook, principal of Warner Robins High School and Marquis Westbrook, head football coach for the Warner Robins High School Demons.
Warner Robins Mayor and City Council met on Monday evening for their regularly scheduled meeting to go over some new changes in hopes of progressing the city.
Development leaders and city officials celebrate the groundbreaking of Phase II of the Gateway Pointe apartments project.
A long listed agenda awaited the Mayor and Council members of Warner Robins on Monday evening. Steps to move forward and progress the city in the right direction were taken by approving several ordinances and motions.
Warner Robins Mayor Randy Toms and Centerville Mayor John Harley served as special guests and joined Braggs virtually for this month’s meeting.
Warner Robins Mayor Randy Toms and Council members met on Monday, November 2 regarding several positive changes for the city.
Last week, Warner Robins Councilman Daron Lee (Post 1, At-Large) announced his resignation from council, and Monday marked his last meeting.
In an email to Warner Robins Mayor Randy Toms on Monday, October 12, 2020, Councilman Daron Lee (Post 1), submitted his letter of resignation to take effect at the close of business on October 30, 2020.
Warner Robins Mayor and Council announced last week its intention to increase the 2020 property taxes it will levy this year by 0.21 percentage over the rollback millage rate for City of Warner Robins, Houston County residents and 3.44 percentage over the rollback millage rate for City of Warner Robins, Peach County residents.