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Brewery bill passage could aid Brunswick
Brewery bill passage could aid Brunswick_img Brewers and distillers received some welcome news this month. The Georgia General Assembly passed Senate Bill 85, which allows distilleries and breweries across the state to sell their products (i.e. alcohol) on site, directly to customers.
Source: Brunswick News
Johnson Park undergoing $330,000 in renovations
Johnson Park undergoing $330,000 in renovations_img Johnson Park Recreation Center at 1781 Ebenezer Road in Conyers is undergoing $330,292 worth of renovations, which began on March 13 and will continue for a three-month period until the project is complete.
Source: Rockdale Citizen
Marietta Redevelopment Corporation dissolves
Marietta Redevelopment Corporation dissolves_img The Marietta Redevelopment Corporation is no more.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal
Morris resigns as city utilities director
Morris resigns as city utilities director_img The City of Covington will be looking for a new utilities director after Tim Morris turned in his resignation to Covington City Manager Leigh Anne Knight Monday.
Source: Covington News
Sigma Logistics breaks ground in Covington
 Sigma Logistics breaks ground in Covington_img Sigma Logistics conducted a groundbreaking ceremony March 21 for its new facility off of Bob Williams Pkwy in Covington.
Source: Covington News
City council approves purchases
City council approves purchases_img At a Monday meeting, Thomasville City Council members approved purchasing office furniture and equipment, a mower and trucks.
Source: Milledgeville Union Recorder
Villa Rica City Manager Resigns
Villa Rica City Manager Resigns_img Interim Villa Rica City Manager Mike Jackson has resigned his position. Police Chief Michael Mansour has been appointed temporary acting city manager. Read further details in tomorrow's Times-Georgian.
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian
Duluth asking residents for Rogers Bridge feedback
Duluth asking residents for Rogers Bridge feedback_img Once upon a time, Rogers Bridge was a one-way route allowing cars to cross the Chattahoochee River between Duluth and Johns Creek.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post
Cleanup efforts pick up in last 2 months
Cleanup efforts pick up in last 2 months_img Public works crews with inmate labor and some community service workers have been hustling to spruce up Rome before people start thinking about spring cleaning.
Source: Rome News-Tribune
Playgrounds rising in parks in Rome
Playgrounds rising in parks in Rome_img A ship-themed playground is being installed at Ridge Ferry Park, along with a tot lot, and equipment for Banty Jones and Parks Hoke parks is slated for delivery in mid-April.
Source: Rome News-Tribune
Candidate picked to serve as next Tybee city manager
Candidate picked to serve as next Tybee city manager_img Tybee Island officials have selected a manager out of metro Atlanta to serve as their city’s next chief administrator.
Source: Savannah Morning News
Group starts work on city’s tourism management plan
Group starts work on city’s tourism management plan_img With an annual economic impact of $2.5 billion, Savannah’s tourism industry provides many positives for the city, but finding the perfect balance between millions of visitors and the quality of life for residents has been a longtime debate without a lot of answers.
Source: Savannah Morning News
New arena project slows down
New arena project slows down_img Two months after announcing that a site selection was imminent, the Augusta-Richmond County Coliseum Authority project to replace the aging James Brown Arena appears to have slowed down.
Source: Augusta Chronicle
Animal shelter outsourcing proposal hits another snag
Animal shelter outsourcing proposal hits another snag_img Macon-Bibb County commissioners again put a hold Tuesday on a request to find nonprofits that might be interested in managing the animal shelter.
Source: Macon Telegraph
Macon-Bibb Municipal Court consolidation bill on hold
Macon-Bibb Municipal Court consolidation bill on hold_img A proposal to fold the Municipal Court of Macon-Bibb into the State Court of Bibb County won’t move forward this year.
Source: Macon Telegraph
VIDEO: New digital fire extinguisher trainer for Macon-Bibb County
VIDEO: New digital fire extinguisher trainer for Macon-Bibb County_img Macon-Bibb County firefighters have a new digital fire extinguisher trainer that allows people to practice without having to start a fire and spread chemicals.
Source: Macon Telegraph
Timeline set for next SPLOST vote
Timeline set for next SPLOST vote_img With the goal of putting the question to voters in November, Butts County officials have created a schedule to ensure a seventh countywide special purpose local option sale tax gets on the ballot.
Source: Jackson Progress-Argus
Pangle ready for 'awesome task' as next Dalton fire chief
Pangle ready for 'awesome task' as next Dalton fire chief_img Not long after he joined the Dalton Fire Department almost 20 years ago, Todd Pangle set his sights on being chief.
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen
Front of City Hall repaired due to floods
Front of City Hall repaired due to floods_img The fresh new look in front of LaGrange City Hall isn’t just for landscaping purposes.
Source: LaGrange Daily News
Dunwoody council mulls building heights, buffer zones for Perimeter Center’s future
Dunwoody council mulls building heights, buffer zones for Perimeter Center’s future_img The Dunwoody city council made several decisions with the goal of protecting residential neighborhoods from commercial development as they continue to work through the process of creating a zoning blueprint for how they want the future of the Perimeter Center area to look.
Source: Neighbor News
Sandy Springs Police to get body cameras
Sandy Springs Police to get body cameras_img Every Sandy Springs Police Department officer could be using body cameras by the end of the spring.
Source: Neighbor News
Phase I of Leesburg depot nears completion
Phase I of Leesburg depot nears completion_img Phase I of the ongoing renovation of Leesburg’s historic train depot reached an important milestone this week when local leadership and Georgia Department of Transportation officials met with contractors to conduct a final inspection of the building’s newly completed exterior.
Source: Albany Herald
Jewell vetoes utility late fee policy
Jewell vetoes utility late fee policy_img Mayor Doug Jewell vetoed an ordinance that would allow Grantville residents to keep their lights on despite an unpaid late fee.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald
Alpha Loop takes on life of its own
Alpha Loop takes on life of its own_img With the 2018 budget season approaching, proponents of the Alpha Loop are already making a case for getting the project its own line item in Alpharetta’s upcoming spending plan.
Source: NorthFulton.com
Hapeville launches Clean & Beautiful Adopt a Street program
Hapeville launches Clean & Beautiful Adopt a Street program_img In an effort to clean up the litter in the city, the Hapeville Clean & Beautiful Commission is launching an Adopt a Street program for residents, community groups and businesses.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Peachtree Corners celebrates new townhomes, single-family homes
Peachtree Corners celebrates new townhomes, single-family homes_img Gwinnett’s newest city, Peachtree Corners, is home to two new residential communities.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Chamblee launches building permit portal
Chamblee launches building permit portal_img The city of Chamblee Development Office has launched a contractor portal, a website for permit seekers and contractors for requesting residential building improvement permits.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Working to Play: Communities see success with parks and greenspaces
Working to Play: Communities see success with parks and greenspaces_img A community’s quality of life is directly tied to both the quantity and quality of parks and green spaces in the area, numerous experts said. But quality of life is about more than just a feeling of personal satisfaction. For cities and counties, there’s a bottom line to it, too.
Source: Moultrie Observer
Council delays first reading of smoking ban ordinance another 60 days
Council delays first reading of smoking ban ordinance another 60 days_img Overwhelmed with the task of crafting an ordinance that would ban smoking throughout the city, Columbus Council decided Tuesday to research the topic for another 60 days.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
Brunswick commissioners Harris and Martin on land bank board
Brunswick commissioners Harris and Martin on land bank board_img Brunswick city commissioners Julie Martin and Felicia Harris were recently appointed to represent the city on the newly established Glynn-Brunswick Land Bank Authority Advisory Board.
Source: Brunswick News
Cartersville rolls out new film ordinance
Cartersville rolls out new film ordinance_img Although the two cities are thousands of miles apart — an entire continent to be exact — Hollywood’s increasingly regular visits to Cartersville to film movies has the city council searching for ways to capitalize on the notoriety.
Source: Cartersville Daily Tribune News
Columbus Council to vote on $25,0000 settlement for wreck involving police officer
Columbus Council to vote on $25,0000 settlement for wreck involving police officer_img Columbus Council will consider a resolution Tuesday to pay $25,000 to a man who suffered injuries from a motor vehicle accident with a police officer.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
Special needs playground revitalizes Big Springs Park in McDonough
Special needs playground revitalizes Big Springs Park in McDonough_img In just two short months, the city of McDonough’s historic Big Springs Park was transformed into an all-inclusive park welcoming to children and adults with special needs.
Source: Henry Daily Herald
Covington to move forward with city marshals
 Covington to move forward with city marshals_img Covington City Manager Leigh Anne Knight has been given the green light to move ahead with implementing the Covington City Marshal positions after a majority consensus from the Covington City Council Monday night.
Source: Covington News
DSDA glows Blue, 'Brick'
DSDA glows Blue, 'Brick'_img The Downtown Statesboro Development Authority's annual luncheon took on a strong Blue Mile tint this year, but with a stack of awards in the usual brick red
Source: Statesboro Herald
Waycross can re-incorporate Pierce County land two years after it was legislatively de-annexed
Waycross can re-incorporate Pierce County land two years after it was legislatively de-annexed_img Waycross can re-annex its sewage treatment plant and a subdivision across the county line in Pierce County two years after it was booted out legislatively.
Source: Florida Times-Union
New housing developments debut in Peachtree Corners
New housing developments debut in Peachtree Corners_img Be it ever so humble, there’s no place like Peachtree Corners.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post
Lidl grocery is coming to Shorter Avenue in Rome
Lidl grocery is coming to Shorter Avenue in Rome_img The Rome City Commission approved a property swap Monday that clears the way for Athens-based Butler Properties to assemble the tract with buys from Shanklin Attaway American Legion Post 5 and Shorter University.
Source: Rome News-Tribune
Rome seeks to save grant programs
Rome seeks to save grant programs_img The Rome City Commission is asking Georgia’s U.S. senators and Rep. Tom Graves of Ranger to do what they can to protect municipal grant programs in the new federal budget.
Source: Rome News-Tribune
Savannah may halt new hotels as it wrestles with growth
Savannah may halt new hotels as it wrestles with growth_img The city is resurrecting an old idea in response to the number of new hotels popping up in Savannah’s Historic District.
Source: Savannah Morning News
Cyber plan calls for city-funded parking garage
Cyber plan calls for city-funded parking garage_img The city of Augusta is expected to contribute upwards of $10 million for construction of a 500-space parking garage in support of the new Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center.
Source: Augusta Chronicle
Richmond County Mosquito Control is gearing up for mosquito season
Richmond County Mosquito Control is gearing up for mosquito season_img The department held its annual training session to provide continued education for mosquito professionals.
Source: Augusta Chronicle
Athens-Clarke officials concerned about planned federal budget cuts
Athens-Clarke officials concerned about planned federal budget cuts_img President Donald Trump’s proposal to eliminate funding for the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Community Development Block Grant program could have significant implications for affordable housing and education programs in Athens-Clarke County.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald
Macon officials, community welcome remodeled recreation center
Macon officials, community welcome remodeled recreation center_img The reopening of Frank Johnson Recreation Center was celebrated Monday as it became the latest Macon recreational facility to receive a facelift.
Source: Macon Telegraph
Alpharetta hosts groundbreaking for new city center aiming to be a 'special place' for all
Alpharetta hosts groundbreaking for new city center aiming to be a 'special place' for all _img A constantly evolving project to redevelop the city of Alpharetta achieved a milestone on March 23, breaking ground on what will be Alpharetta City Center.
Source: Neighbor News
Construction to start Wednesday on pedestrian projects at five Gainesville intersections
Construction to start Wednesday on pedestrian projects at five Gainesville intersections_img Construction is set to begin Wednesday at five intersections along the "moat" of Downtown Gainesville, officials announced Monday.
Source: Access North Georgia
Cities in DeKalb seek state approval to raise hotel taxes
Cities in DeKalb seek state approval to raise hotel taxes_img Hotel taxes are likely going up in the cities of Brookhaven, Chamblee, Dunwoody and Tucker.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Early voting in Roswell, South Fulton runoffs doesn’t start until April
Early voting in Roswell, South Fulton runoffs doesn’t start until April_img Early voting already has started for the April 18 elections to fill a hotly contested Congressional seat in the 6th district, as well as a state representative post. But it will be two weeks before it gets underway for local elections in Fulton County.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Loganville selling everything from old elementary school
Loganville selling everything from old elementary school_img The city agreed last summer to purchase the elementary school building from the Board of Education for $1,350,000 and plans to relocate city employees to the building once abatement is complete.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Lawrenceville residents can purchase natural gas shut-off devices
Lawrenceville residents can purchase natural gas shut-off devices_img Worried about natural gas explosions? For $2,000 Lawrenceville residents can have Excess Flow Valves installed in the natural gas pipe running to the gas meter at each residence.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Statesboro declares itself a welcoming city
Statesboro declares itself a welcoming city_img City Council adopted a resolution this week declaring Statesboro a “Safe and Inclusive Welcoming City for All People.”
Source: Statesboro Herald
City survey asks about St. Marys parks, roads
City survey asks about St. Marys parks, roads_img City officials want to know what residents think about St. Marys parks, streets and municipal buildings, as well as the quality of drinking water and sanitary sewer service.
Source: Brunswick News
Four cities gearing up for fall elections
Four cities gearing up for fall elections_img The cities of Woodstock, Canton, Ball Ground and Waleska will host municipal elections this November, and several mayoral and city council seats are up for grabs.
Source: Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News
Cave Spring banking financial future on recreation
Cave Spring banking financial future on recreation_img City officials are hoping Cave Spring can become a hub for outdoor adventure activity in the region. Leaders of the Cave Spring Downtown Development Authority believe a byproduct of becoming a center for recreational activity will be an economic shot-in-the-arm.
Source: Rome News-Tribune
New signs to welcome, guide visitors to and around Villa Rica
New signs to welcome, guide visitors to and around Villa Rica_img Visitors to Villa Rica will soon be welcomed by new signs at each of the entrances to the city, and be guided around downtown by more signs directing them to the city’s many attractions.
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian
Three Sugar Hill students selected for international program
Three Sugar Hill students selected for international program_img Three members of the city of Sugar Hill’s Youth Council have been selected to participate in the Young Leaders’ Transatlantic Summer Academy on Human Rights.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post
Covington considers city marshal positions
Covington considers city marshal positions_img The City of Covington will meet Monday night to discuss the specifics of possibly adding two City Marshals for code enforcement in the city limits.
Source: Covington News
Belgian delegation visits Rome
Belgian delegation visits Rome_img Belgian delegation visits Rome
Source: Rome News-Tribune
Public Safety Center to shut down on weekends
Public Safety Center to shut down on weekends_img In a move to get more uniformed police officers on the streets, the Columbus Police Department will close the Public Safety Center on weekends for the first time since the building opened more than 20 years ago.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
Thunderbolt gets historical marker
Thunderbolt gets historical marker_img The Georgia Historical Society on Friday dedicated a historical marker to the World War II Rescue Boat Station on the bluff of the Wilmington River in Thunderbolt.
Source: Savannah Morning News
State gives firm date for cyber center completion
State gives firm date for cyber center completion_img The state of Georgia has given its state-of-the-art cyber training center a name, a place and all the money needed to get built. On Friday, a state technology officials told Augusta business leaders the facility now has an opening date: July 10, 2018.
Source: Augusta Chronicle
Pembroke FD honors its volunteers
Pembroke FD honors its volunteers_img Camaraderie, brotherhood, a tradition of service, an adrenaline rush; these are some of the reasons the volunteers of the Pembroke Fire Department give of their time and themselves to answer the call.
Source: Bryan County News
Rezoning proposals, State of City on tonight’s Rome City Commission agenda
Rezoning proposals, State of City on tonight’s Rome City Commission agenda_img Rome City Manager Sammy Rich is scheduled to present his annual State of the City address tonight.
Source: Rome News-Tribune
Rome-Floyd firefighters train for underwater rescues
Rome-Floyd firefighters train for underwater rescues_img Rome-Floyd County firefighters at Station 4 are wrapping up nearly a year of rescue swimmer training.
Source: Rome News-Tribune
Historic illumination for sale in the city
Historic illumination for sale in the city _img Thomasville City Council members will consider historic ornamental street lights in historic districts.
Source: Milledgeville Union Recorder
Stockbridge hosts for ‘fun day’ for senior citizens
Stockbridge hosts for ‘fun day’ for senior citizens_img The city of Stockbridge hopes to continue hosting senior events similar to its first Senior Citizen Fun Day held Wednesday at the Ted Strickland Community Center.
Source: Henry Daily Herald
City and DOT respond to traffic signal issues
City and DOT respond to traffic signal issues_img In November, a traffic signal on a second lane for left turns from Veterans Memorial Parkway, also known as the U.S. 301 Bypass, onto Brannen Street was installed. The previously barred lane was repainted and opened to traffic.
Source: Statesboro Herald
Ticket to Ride attracts 250 bicyclists in support of Firefly Trail
Ticket to Ride attracts 250 bicyclists in support of Firefly Trail_img The sixth annual Ticket to Ride event began bright and early at Jittery Joe’s Roasting Company on Barber Street, with riders having the option of biking all the way from the Classic City to the Greene County town of Union Point, or turning around at some point in between.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald
Historic illumination for sale in the city
Historic illumination for sale in the city_img Thomasville City Council members will consider historic ornamental street lights in historic districts — for a price.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise
Athens-Clarke commissioners considering downtown July Fourth celebration
Athens-Clarke commissioners considering downtown July Fourth celebration_img With definitive word that Georgia Square mall won’t be hosting a Fourth of July celebration and fireworks show this year, Athens-Clarke County commissioners are considering whether the county might fund an Independence Day weekend event, complete with fireworks, likely in downtown Athens.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald
Sims announces run for Athens-Clarke mayor’s office
Sims announces run for Athens-Clarke mayor’s office_img Longtime Athens-Clarke County Commissioner Harry Sims, a retired public school teacher who was first elected to the commission in 1992, is running for mayor.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald
Mayor, City Council to decide Walk of Fame nominees
Mayor, City Council to decide Walk of Fame nominees_img The Americus Mayor and City Council meet at 5 p.m. Thursday for its regular monthly meeting at the Russell Thomas Jr. Public Safety Building downtown.
Source: Americus Times-Recorder
Macon-Bibb proclaims March 21 as Lonnie Miley Day
Macon-Bibb proclaims March 21 as Lonnie Miley Day_img Mayor Robert Reichert presented a proclamation to Miley on Tuesday during a ceremony at the County Commission meeting. Miley has served in numerous roles over the years in Macon, including 18 years on the Macon City Council.
Source: Macon Telegraph
Council considers consultant to review city services
Council considers consultant to review city services_img Dalton City Council members agreed last year that before they began a search for a new city administrator they planned to discuss exactly what they want that position to encompass to see if any changes are needed.
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen
Helen officials working to modernize alcohol ordinances
Helen officials working to modernize alcohol ordinances_img A nearly 45-year-old Helen grocery store wants to change with the times, including serving beer and wine by the drink.
Source: Access North Georgia
Georgia Trust Spring Ramble headed to Gainesville, Toccoa, Clarkesville
Georgia Trust Spring Ramble headed to Gainesville, Toccoa, Clarkesville_img The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation is traveling to the Georgia Mountains Region next month, with stops planned in Gainesville, Toccoa and Clarkesville.
Source: Access North Georgia
More retail is headed for Senoia
More retail is headed for Senoia_img Residents and visitors to Senoia will have more shopping options. On Monday night, the City Council unanimously voted for a new building to be developed at Main Street and Johnson Street.
Source: Fayette Citizen
Peachtree City plan update moves ahead
Peachtree City plan update moves ahead_img The Peachtree City Comprehensive Plan Update is well underway. The steering committee reviewed the update progress and made suggestions for the “community work program” currently under development.
Source: Fayette Citizen
APD earns re-accreditation from CALEA
APD earns re-accreditation from CALEA_img The Albany Police Department earned an important re-accreditation Saturday when it was announced at the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) annual summit in Mobile, Ala. that the department had once again met CALEA accreditation standards.
Source: Albany Herald
Alpharetta City Center breaks ground, reveals more tenants
Alpharetta City Center breaks ground, reveals more tenants_img The roughly $85 million next phase of Alpharetta City Center broke ground on Thursday, a project Mayor David Belle Isle called one of the biggest moments in the city’s history.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle
Sandy Springs Braces for Braves Traffic Impact
Sandy Springs Braces for Braves Traffic Impact _img The Atlanta Braves play the first game in their new stadium Friday, and the City of Sandy Springs will be paying close attention to how traffic flows to SunTrust Park.
Source: WABE
Coweta's small towns provide roots
Coweta's small towns provide roots_img Coweta County has some fast-growing areas, but it also has seven small towns offering a homey feel and a connection to the days when this was an agricultural region.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald
Brookhaven collects 23 pounds of unused medications
Brookhaven collects 23 pounds of unused medications_img The Brookhaven Police Department recently completed a partnership with CVS for the Medication Disposal for Safer Communities Program.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Stockbridge has new location for safe online transactions
Stockbridge has new location for safe online transactions_img The Henry County Police Department and Stockbridge city officials have partnered to provide a Safe Zone location in front of the HCPD North Precinct at 4545 North Henry Blvd. in Stockbridge.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Avondale Estates, Avila ‘moving forward’ on redeveloping old mill site
Avondale Estates, Avila ‘moving forward’ on redeveloping old mill site_img Representatives of Avondale Estates and Avila Real Estate recently met for the second time in a month, as they continue discussing the re-development of the old Fenner Dunlop mill site.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Alpharetta OKs deal to improve downtown street
Alpharetta OKs deal to improve downtown street_img The Alpharetta City Council has approved a real estate deal with a development entity and the Fulton County Board of Education that will result in a private drive being converted into a city street.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Decatur approves funding for first phase of PATH Connectivity Plan
Decatur approves funding for first phase of PATH Connectivity Plan_img Decatur’s commission approved a project budget of $1 million to build the first phase of the Decatur PATH Connectivity Plan.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Canton bars pet shop sales of dogs, cats
Canton bars pet shop sales of dogs, cats_img Citing inhumane conditions of puppy and kitten mills, Canton has barred pet shops in the city from selling dogs and cats.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
‘Georgia Cities Week’ Will Offer Much In Waycross
‘Georgia Cities Week’ Will Offer Much In Waycross_img The theme of this year’s event is “Cities in the Mix,” highlighting the important role of cities in creating community gathering spaces and driving economic development.
Source: Waycross Journal-Herald
VR hotel-motel tax hike awaits Deal's OK
VR hotel-motel tax hike awaits Deal's OK_img A bill to increase Villa Rica's hotel-motel tax to 8 percent is awaiting the signature of Gov. Nathan Deal.
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian
Main Street 'parklets' to provide outdoor dining
Main Street 'parklets' to provide outdoor dining_img Construction was to begin this week on the first of two "parklets" in downtown Villa Rica, designed to provide an outdoor dining experience for patrons of two Main Street restaurants.
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian
Signs planned to welcome, direct Villa Rica visitors
Signs planned to welcome, direct Villa Rica visitors_img Visitors to Villa Rica will soon be welcomed by new signs at the each of the entrances to the city, and be guided around downtown by more signs directing them to the city's many attractions.
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian
St. Marys sea level study released
St. Marys sea level study released_img The timing couldn’t have been better when St. Marys was selected for a study to determine its vulnerability to coastal flooding and potential impacts to rising seas over the next 50 years.
Source: Brunswick News
Conyers celebrates community with new logo
Conyers celebrates community with new logo_img A big C filled with confetti is the new logo and branding for the city of Conyers and goes along with a new tagline of “Celebration of Community.”
Source: Rockdale Citizen
Euharlee council agrees on county sewer line link
Euharlee council agrees on county sewer line link	_img Despite a sparse turnout for its monthly work session, the Euharlee City Council agreed unanimously to link to a sewer line with Bartow County at a cost of $2 million.
Source: Cartersville Daily Tribune News
Tybee Island officials approve new lease for North Beach Bar & Grill
Tybee Island officials approve new lease for North Beach Bar & Grill_img Officials on Tybee Island this week adopted a new lease agreement that leaves a popular North Beach restaurant in place for the next five years.
Source: Savannah Morning News
Officials present latest plans for Savannah's downtown streetscape improvements
Officials present latest plans for Savannah's downtown streetscape improvements_img Residents and frequent visitors of Savannah’s most popular historic streets got a fresh look Thursday night at the street designs planned for the city’s downtown area.
Source: Savannah Morning News
Mall hopes high at mayor’s “#SOGO” Summit
Mall hopes high at mayor’s “#SOGO” Summit_img Mayor Hardie Davis’ “#SOGO” initiative made leveraging Fort Gordon growth to revive Regency Mall its focus at a Thursday summit.
Source: Augusta Chronicle
City offering fire academy for Griffin residents
City offering fire academy for Griffin residents_img “The goal for the program is to increase public interaction with the establishment of a Citizens Fire Academy to showcase the workings of Griffin-Fire Rescue and to develop stronger community ties,” Griffin Fire Chief Tommy Jones said. This is the city’s third fire academy.
Source: Griffin Daily News
City Council approves TAD funding for midtown project, construction imminent
City Council approves TAD funding for midtown project, construction imminent_img As expected, Gainesville City Council this week gave approval to a resolution that provides Tax Allocation District (TAD) monies for The Enclave Redevelopment Project in midtown.
Source: Access North Georgia
Sandy Springs city attorney digs into possible zoning violations
Sandy Springs city attorney digs into possible zoning violations _img Sandy Springs City Attorney Wendell Willard is going after suspected zoning violators.
Source: Neighbor News
Main Street aims to give back during Market Days
Main Street aims to give back during Market Days_img A program of the city of Newnan designed to boost downtown merchants is offering a new benefit to select nonprofit organizations.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald
Senoia taking boundary dispute to court
Senoia taking boundary dispute to court_img A property line dispute between the city of Senoia and a downtown property owner is headed to court.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald
Mayor candidate Bottoms gives up Atlanta/Fulton Recreation job
Mayor candidate Bottoms gives up Atlanta/Fulton Recreation job_img Atlanta mayoral candidate and City Councilwoman Keisha Lance Bottoms announced Thursday she is stepping down from her day job as head of the Atlanta and Fulton County Recreation Authority.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Atlanta seeks vendors for City Plaza retail food, beverage space
Atlanta seeks vendors for City Plaza retail food, beverage space_img Vendors looking sell food and beverages in Atlanta City Plaza have one more day to submit proposals.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Hampton alcohol ordinance fails, new one proposed
Hampton alcohol ordinance fails, new one proposed_img An alcoholic beverage ordinance that passed its first reading last month in Hampton recently failed to move further. The measure in question would have allowed consumption of alcohol on public streets and sidewalks during certain city events.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Suwanee votes to keep sculpture for permanent collection
Suwanee votes to keep sculpture for permanent collection_img Suwanee citizens have voted and selected ‘The Herd’ by Phil Proctor as the 2015-2017 Suwanee SculpTour People’s Choice winner.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Lawrenceville to demolish downtown buildings
Lawrenceville to demolish downtown buildings_img The Lawrenceville City Council voted recently to fund the demolition and disposal of three city-owned properties.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Roswell to hang sculpture from Ga. 400 river bridge
Roswell to hang sculpture from Ga. 400 river bridge_img A sculpture from Russia will soon hang from the Ga. 400 bridge over the Chattahoochee River.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
City council discusses project at Robinson Building
City council discusses project at Robinson Building_img The Douglasville City Council began their city council committee meeting Monday with the staff report and discussion with an applicant applying to receive funds with the Georgia Department of Community Affairs Downtown Development Revolving Loan fund. The project is scheduled to take place at 6671 Church Street, which is also known as the Robinson Building.
Source: Douglas County Sentinel
Covington City Council approves locking sprinkler caps on commercial construction
Covington City Council approves locking sprinkler caps on commercial construction_img The Covington City Council approved a change to its ordinance dealing with fire prevention equipment to require new commercial construction to have metal locking caps on automatic fire suppression (sprinkler) system inlets. The second reading and approval of the ordinance came at the council’s March 20 meeting.
Source: Rockdale Citizen
Council tables Univeter project
Council tables Univeter project_img City council members postponed their vote on the controversial Univeter Road development Monday evening after expressing concerns about the project’s density and giving the developer more time to revise his site plan.
Source: Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News
City says yes to Sunday sales
City says yes to Sunday sales _img Thomasville votes yes to Sunday sales.
Source: Milledgeville Union Recorder
Patients, Dacula community gathers to cut ribbon at new Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta urgent clinic
Patients, Dacula community gathers to cut ribbon at new Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta urgent clinic_img About a year and a half ago, Buford pre-teen Matthew Caymol woke up from a three-week-long medically induced coma in Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post
Businesses owners respond to Sunday sales vote
Businesses owners respond to Sunday sales vote_img Restaurant owners are pleased with results of a Tuesday referendum in which the Thomasville electorate voted overwhelmingly for Sunday package alcoholic beverage sales and by the drink.
Source: Milledgeville Union Recorder
Restaurant tours are part of busy tourism season
Restaurant tours are part of busy tourism season_img Local tourism officials will offer a tasting tour of four restaurants on the second Saturday of each month beginning in April.
Source: Rome News-Tribune
Villa Rica hotel-motel tax bill awaits Deal signature
Villa Rica hotel-motel tax bill awaits Deal signature_img A bill to increase Villa Rica’s hotel-motel tax to 8 percent is awaiting the signature of Gov. Nathan Deal.
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian
Branding Carrollton: Residents speak
Branding Carrollton: Residents speak_img While there are several factors that set Carrollton apart as a “unique place with a small town vibe” and attract people who want to live, work and play here, city officials are being asked to consider public transportation, ethnic and healthy dining options, and a bowling alley or laser tag arena for a teen/youth social scene.
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian
Watkinsville voters approve Sunday sales
Watkinsville voters approve Sunday sales_img An overwhelming majority of Watkinsville voters found no moral misgivings with Sunday sales inside the city limits.
Source: Oconee Enterprise
Daniels-Smith appointed to City Council
Daniels-Smith appointed to City Council_img In an unanimous vote at last Monday’s March Council meeting, Flossie Daniels-Smith was appointed to the Donalsonville City Council to represent District 2. T
Source: Donalsonville News
Commerce to expand gas service for industry
Commerce to expand gas service for industry_img Commerce officials plan to undertake three projects that will result in a major expansion of the city’s natural gas system.
Source: Commerce News
Lula looks at directional sign for downtown area
Lula looks at directional sign for downtown area_img The Lula City Council is looking for ways to bring visitors to the downtown area. At a meeting held Monday, March 13, city manager Dennis Bergin presented a design for a directional sign proposed to be placed at the intersection of Athens Street and Hwy. 365.
Source: Banks County News
Savannah moves to stimulate its downtown residential growth
Savannah moves to stimulate its downtown residential growth_img The city is working to ensure that Savannah’s downtown remains a place where people can live as well as visit, as a growing number of hotels and vacation rentals are built to accommodate tourists.
Source: Savannah Morning News
Watkinsville voters say ‘yes’ to Sunday alcohol sales
Watkinsville voters say ‘yes’ to Sunday alcohol sales_img Fewer than 200 people voted Tuesday in Watkinsville, but those who did have authorized the Watkinsville City Council to allow alcohol sales on Sundays within the city limits.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald
Ever heard of a tree bank? Peachtree City may get one
Ever heard of a tree bank? Peachtree City may get one_img The Peachtree City Council on March 16 heard a presentation on establishing a tree fund. The ordinance amendment is expected to come before the council in April.
Source: Fayette Citizen
Tyrone deal with Fulton brings 60% more sewer
Tyrone deal with Fulton brings 60% more sewer_img The years-long attempt by Tyrone to obtain additional sewer capacity came to an end on March 16. The Town Council declined a potential agreement with Peachtree City in favor of an offer from Fulton County that included more capacity and no construction costs.
Source: Fayette Citizen
19-year-old candidate heads to runoff in city council race
19-year-old candidate heads to runoff in city council race_img A 19-year-old candidate seeking a city council seat in the newly formed city of Stonecrest is headed to a runoff election next month.
Source: Neighbor News
Conditional zone approved for Louise Street business
Conditional zone approved for Louise Street business_img The Bainbridge City Council voted to grant a conditional use application to rezone an area on East Louise Street in their monthly meeting for March.
Source: Bainbridge Post-Searchlight
Brookhaven appoints city's first economic development director
Brookhaven appoints city's first economic development director_img The city of Brookhaven has filled the position for its first ever economic development director.
Source: Neighbor News
Atlanta Council To Consider Reclassifying Marijuana Offenses
Atlanta Council To Consider Reclassifying Marijuana Offenses_img New legislation before the Atlanta City Council would make possession of small amounts of marijuana a citation-only offense.
Source: WABE
More Bike Lanes Are Headed To Downtown Decatur
More Bike Lanes Are Headed To Downtown Decatur_img Decatur's City Commission has approved $1 million to build more bike lanes downtown. It's part of the Decatur PATH Foundation Connectivity and Implementation Plan, which is a long-term cycling and walking connectivity plan for the city.
Source: WABE
There Will Be Beer: Georgia Lawmakers Approve Craft Beer Bill
There Will Be Beer: Georgia Lawmakers Approve Craft Beer Bill_img You soon might be able to walk into your favorite local brewery and order up a pint or grab a six pack to take home.
Source: GPB News
Henry, Willsey to face off
Henry, Willsey to face off_img The Roswell City Council Post 4 seat will remain empty for another month after the special election March 21 failed to yield a majority winner.
Source: NorthFulton.com
$94K OK’d for temporary public parking
$94K OK’d for temporary public parking_img With much of its City Center parking fenced off for new construction, Alpharetta City Council voted Monday to allocate $94,000 to cover the cost of constructing a temporary parking lot on South Main.
Source: NorthFulton.com
Council approves pay revisions for police, fire
Council approves pay revisions for police, fire_img The City Council approved changes Monday to its compensation and benefits plan for police and fire department employees, raising pay to more closely match that of surrounding jurisdictions.
Source: NorthFulton.com
Stonecrest founder takes helm and other election results
Stonecrest founder takes helm and other election results_img After working for years to turn a section of southeast DeKalb County into the city of Stonecrest, Jason Lary will become the new municipality’s first mayor.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Atlanta BeltLine focuses on University Avenue development
Atlanta BeltLine focuses on University Avenue development_img Areas around Turner Field and the Adair Park and Pittsburgh communities could soon get some redevelopment help from Atlanta BeltLine.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Atlanta City Council passes $40 million housing opportunity bond
Atlanta City Council passes $40 million housing opportunity bond_img The Atlanta City Council recently approved an ordinance authorizing the city to issue the final $40 million of the Housing Opportunity Bond.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Atlanta fleet services employees develop winning strategy
Atlanta fleet services employees develop winning strategy_img The city of Atlanta has awarded the department of public works’ office of fleet services the opportunity to improve its parts management operation through a new strategy developed by several employees.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Norcross sticks with two-year council terms, for now
Norcross sticks with two-year council terms, for now_img The Norcross City Council recently voted to keep the terms for the mayor and city council members at two years instead of proposed new four-year terms.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
App lists Peachtree City yard sales
App lists Peachtree City yard sales_img Peachtree City has advised local yard sale fans that a free app now posts weekly sale locations. The feature is part of the Peachtree City App, available for iPhone and Android devices.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Duluth approves lease agreements for patio dining
Duluth approves lease agreements for patio dining_img The Duluth City Council voted recently to allow the city to lease portions of the Parsons Alley development for outside patio dining.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
House passes Marietta’s ‘So help me, God’ option
House passes Marietta’s ‘So help me, God’ option_img The State House has approved making the phrase “So help me, God” an option, instead of a requirement, in the oaths of office for the Marietta mayor and City Council members.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Decatur hopes to create Authority quickly after governor’s signing
Decatur hopes to create Authority quickly after governor’s signing_img Gov. Nathan Deal signed Senate Bill 124 Friday, allowing Decatur to create a Public Facilities Authority. The City Commission hopes to create the Authority soon said Mayor Patti Garrett.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Johns Creek adopts traffic calming policy
Johns Creek adopts traffic calming policy_img Responding to residents’ complaints of motorists speeding through their neighborhoods, the Johns Creek City Council has approved a traffic calming policy to handle future reports.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Smyrna Council delays decision on rebuilding firehouse
Smyrna Council delays decision on rebuilding firehouse_img The city of Smyrna has put on hold plans to tear down and rebuild an aging fire station on Concord Road after a bid to do the work was higher than expected.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal
Mayor Johnston advocates for voter participation
 Mayor Johnston advocates for voter participation_img Covington Mayor Ronnie Johnston encouraged everyone to get out and vote during his comments Monday night at the Covington City Council meeting.
Source: Covington News
Design for new downtown Dalton park could get green light
Design for new downtown Dalton park could get green light_img Construction could being on Burr Park in downtown Dalton in May.
Source: Milledgeville Union Recorder
Main street status boosts downtown overall economy
Main street status boosts downtown overall economy_img Thomasville Main Street Program has resulted in a significant impact on the local economy.
Source: Milledgeville Union Recorder
Voters approve SPLOST for another six years
Voters approve SPLOST for another six years_img Millions of dollars will be coming into Milledgeville and Baldwin County for the next six years after city and county voters went to the polls Tuesday and voted to approve the continuation of the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST).
Source: Milledgeville Union Recorder
Chamber official optimistic about Rome-Cartersville Development Corridor
Chamber official optimistic about Rome-Cartersville Development Corridor_img Construction of a direct connection from Rome through Cartersville to Interstate 75 may not be as far down the road as previously reported.
Source: Rome News-Tribune
Church, community group seeks action on neighborhood crime hot spots
Church, community group seeks action on neighborhood crime hot spots_img A coalition of churches and community groups is asking Rome officials to help them eliminate “hot spots” of drug sales and gambling in their neighborhoods.
Source: Rome News-Tribune
Rome joins Northwest Georgia Youth Football League
Rome joins Northwest Georgia Youth Football League_img Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation advisory board members expressed concerns Tuesday about the creation of a city schools competitive youth football program they fear will draw kids away from the unified recreation and Boys & Girls Club programs.
Source: Rome News-Tribune
Baldwin County voters say ‘yes’ to SPLOST extension
Baldwin County voters say ‘yes’ to SPLOST extension_img Baldwin County voters approved Tuesday an extension of the current special purpose local option sales tax.
Source: Macon Telegraph
Houston voters dive in on SPLOST
Houston voters dive in on SPLOST_img An indoor swimming facility and other large projects are coming to Houston County after an extension of the special purpose sales tax headed to overwhelming approval Tuesday.
Source: Macon Telegraph
Pulaski County voters approve new SPLOST
Pulaski County voters approve new SPLOST_img Pulaski County voters approved the continuation of a penny-on-the-dollar sales tax, according to unofficial election results.
Source: Macon Telegraph
Violent crime up in Warner Robins; leaders look for ways to curb it
Violent crime up in Warner Robins; leaders look for ways to curb it_img With violent crime up in Warner Robins, it wasn’t surprising that the issue was raised at a recent town hall meeting.
Source: Macon Telegraph
Animal shelter resolution delayed by commission
Animal shelter resolution delayed by commission_img Macon-Bibb County delayed a proposal to see if an outside agency was interested in running the animal shelter.
Source: Macon Telegraph
Macon prepares for possible dam breach, chlorine spill through Vigilant Guard training
Macon prepares for possible dam breach, chlorine spill through Vigilant Guard training_img When Macon Water Authority employees get to work next week, they will have a couple of potential disasters on their hands.
Source: Macon Telegraph
Groundbreaking for Chatsworth City Park stage is Friday
Groundbreaking for Chatsworth City Park stage is Friday_img The city of Chatsworth and the Murray Arts Council invite the public to attend the groundbreaking for a new stage to be built in Chatsworth City Park on Second Avenue. The groundbreaking ceremony is Friday at 3 p.m. in the City Park on Second Avenue behind City Hall.
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen
First phase of lighting project begins
First phase of lighting project begins_img City crews have begun the engineering portion of the Georgia Highway 16 roadway lighting project approved last week by the city’s Board of Commissioners.
Source: Griffin Daily News
Edwards in lead for mayor in South Fulton elections
Edwards in lead for mayor in South Fulton elections_img Fulton County has released unofficial results in the city of South Fulton elections, with 95 percent of precincts reporting.
Source: Neighbor News
New city of Stonecrest has its first mayor
New city of Stonecrest has its first mayor_img Jason Lary pioneered the effort to create the city of Stonecrest and voters have now made him its first mayor.
Source: Neighbor News
Downtown Alpharetta getting temporary parking lot amid City Center construction
Downtown Alpharetta getting temporary parking lot amid City Center construction_img With development of Alpharetta’s City Center project now underway and a number of street parking spaces blocked off due to construction, a temporary parking lot is being set up in the downtown area.
Source: Neighbor News
A New Look For Downtown Atlanta Outlined In Master Plan
A New Look For Downtown Atlanta Outlined In Master Plan_img Downtown Atlanta could look a lot different in 15 years. The City of Atlanta and Central Atlanta Progress are updating the Downtown Atlanta Master Plan for the first time in a decade.
Source: WABE
2 qualify for Johns Creek Council special election
2 qualify for Johns Creek Council special election_img Two Johns Creek residents – Chris Coughlin and John Patrick Flores – have qualified as candidates for the special election April 18 to fill the vacant Post 4 City Council seat formerly held by Bob Gray.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
FINAL ELECTION RESULTS: Stonecrest mayor, South Fulton runoffs, other metro Atlanta votes
FINAL ELECTION RESULTS: Stonecrest mayor, South Fulton runoffs, other metro Atlanta votes_img The man who kick-started the city of Stonecrest will be its first mayor, voters decided Tuesday, while South Fulton residents will not know until April who will lead their city.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
BeltLine seeks study for redevelopment of University Avenue corridor
BeltLine seeks study for redevelopment of University Avenue corridor_img Atlanta BeltLine Inc. is ready to study future development along University Avenue near the new Westside Beltline Trail.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle
Peter Aman is about to rev up his Atlanta mayoral campaign
Peter Aman is about to rev up his Atlanta mayoral campaign_img Peter Aman opened an aggressive new phase of his bid for Atlanta mayor with the hiring of a new campaign manager, the debut of a radio ad blitz and a retooled message.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
School architect designed much of Augusta
School architect designed much of Augusta_img Geoffrey Lloyd Preacher, the architect who designed Houghton School more than a century ago, probably did more than anyone since James Oglethorpe to define the look of downtown Augusta.
Source: Augusta Chronicle
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