Warner Robins Mayor and Council held the second reading of an ordinance-amending chapter 24 of the city code regarding public utilities rates.
Warner Robins Mayor and Council approved, in a 5-2 vote Monday, the new city charter revision.
The Warner Robins Finance Committee met Tuesday evening to discuss several matters including possibly adjusting water and wastewater rates and fees as well as sanitation fees.
Clayton Paschal Mays passed away at the age of 90. He worked in the computer and healthcare industry for 10 years before becoming the Comptroller of the city of Warner Robins. A year later he was appointed City Clerk and retired in 1999.
Warner Robins Mayor and Council met Monday evening for its second regular scheduled meeting of the month. At the end of the meeting, mayor and council went into a closed session to discuss personnel matters and potential litigation.
"It was the key to being a smart city, so we started looking at companies, and A2D stood out with what they offered,” Thomas said. "One thing that I personally knew we needed was secured lines.
Warner Robins Mayor and City Council were set to vote on a revised city charter Monday, but voted unanimously to give the community and council more time to review it before taking a final vote.
Warner Robins Fire Department Captain Mike Thorn’s last day was Friday. Thorn retired after serving 30 years with the department.
The City of Warner Robins issued an amended executive order Tuesday afternoon that will close restaurants, bars, gyms and other businesses at 8 a.m. March 25 through April 19.