In their first meeting of 2020, the Woodstock City Council saw the swearing-in of returning members and the appointment of a new mayor pro tem, as well as some personnel changes.
The Woodstock City Council has approved on second reading ordinances annexing 2.2 acres on Rope Mill Road and rezoning the undeveloped parcel for a planned office project.
After a months-long legal battle, a judge has ruled in favor of a Woodstock annexation from last year that was contested by Cherokee County.
The Woodstock City Council has approved spending more than $600,000 on the planned Elm Street Playground at Market and Maple streets in the downtown area.
The Woodstock City Council has accepted seven streets and changed the name of an eighth, action that affects about 0.7 miles of streets at a school campus, around a shopping center and in two housing subdivisions.
The lead municipal judge is appointed by the city council, which they voted to do after an executive session Monday. Tidwell was set to be sworn in by the council Dec. 6, and begin serving as a judge part-time Jan. 6.
A three-story medical office building could soon be built on Rope Mill Road and annexed into Woodstock, after the City Council considers the plans for the building Dec. 16.
Cherokee County and the city of Woodstock may soon negotiate a new fire dispatch policy that removed Woodstock Fire Department from some calls to northern and western parts of the county, a move that drew the ire of Woodstock officials.
he city of Woodstock is urging Cherokee County officials to reverse a recent decision to remove the Woodstock Fire Department from a list to respond to some calls to unincorporated addresses, saying public safety is at stake.
The Woodstock City Council has approved funding for bicyclist and hiker safety improvements at Olde Rope Mill Park.