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Avenue A historic district hearing set for tonight
Avenue A historic district hearing set for tonight_img Supporters of a proposal to remove nine parcels from the Lower Avenue A Historic District are expected to pack the Rome City Commission chambers tonight for a public hearing and final vote on the proposal.
Source: Rome News-Tribune
Council may order audit of sheriff’s office operations, finances
Council may order audit of sheriff’s office operations, finances_img Columbus Council will be asked to vote on a proposed special audit of the Muscogee County Sheriff’s Office’s finances and operations “to assure that the financial interests of the (Columbus Consolidated Government) are protected,” according to council’s agenda.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
Motorists urged to 'move over' for utility workers
Motorists urged to 'move over' for utility workers_img Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law a measure that extends an existing requirement for drivers to "move over" one lane when emergency vehicles are in use to include utility workers and vehicles.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise
‘Spoke’ part of MARTA’s plans to boost ridership and revenue
‘Spoke’ part of MARTA’s plans to boost ridership and revenue_img MARTA and city of Atlanta officials on Monday celebrated the start of Spoke, the newest “transit-oriented development” or TOD in the agency’s pipeline.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Sandy Springs preps for legal action against CID, consultant
Sandy Springs preps for legal action against CID, consultant_img The Sandy Springs City Council recently authorized its legal staff to pursue “all legal avenues” against the Fulton County Perimeter Community Improvement District and consultant CH2M Hill Inc. to protect the city in a dispute over nearly $2.8 million in federal highway funds.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
SW Atlanta park to honor hospital’s doctors
SW Atlanta park to honor hospital’s doctors_img An Atlanta City Council committee is to consider an ordinance Tuesday creating a public park, to be called Doctor’s Memorial Park, to honor the physicians at a hospital that was one of the few in the nation controlled or operated by African-Americans.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Decatur traffic: perception much worse than actual numbers
Decatur traffic: perception much worse than actual numbers_img Recent statistics provided by the Georgia Department of Transportation indicate that Decatur’s traffic isn’t as congested as commonly perceived. Since 1996 the city’s population has jumped from roughly 18,000 to the current 22,000, an 18 percent increase. But over that same span, traffic counts have diminished practically throughout the city.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Powder Springs offers new business development services
Powder Springs offers new business development services_img A new business development program has been formed by the Powder Springs Economic Development and Community Development Departments. This Business Liaison Team is an assemblage of city staff members to provide concierge business development services for new and existing businesses in the city.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Atlanta Trail Projects To Get Funding Boost Under T-SPLOST
Atlanta Trail Projects To Get Funding Boost Under T-SPLOST_img Part of the revenue from the four-tenth-of-a-penny sales tax would go to expanding and improving the Atlanta BeltLine. But there is also a slice of funding that would be dedicated to smaller, neighborhood trail projects, like the Trolley Line, as well as the Blue Heron Blueway and the Lionel Hampton Trail extension.
Source: WABE
Savannah Group Hopes Tiny Houses Can Help Homeless Veterans
Savannah Group Hopes Tiny Houses Can Help Homeless Veterans_img Savannah Mayor Eddie DeLoach has praised the Chatham-Savannah Authority for the Homeless for coming up with a new plan to address the county's homeless population and the city council recently approved a zoning change allowing the authority to move forward with the plans, The Savannah Morning News reported.
Source: WABE
Emory seeking to be annexed into Atlanta
Emory seeking to be annexed into Atlanta_img Emory University is looking into the possibility of becoming part of the city of Atlanta.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle
Some Athens-Clarke commissioners don't like rail-trail public art plan
Some Athens-Clarke commissioners don't like rail-trail public art plan_img Some Athens-Clarke County commissioners want the Athens Cultural Affairs Commission to rethink its proposal for a public artwork associated with an already somewhat contentious rail-to-trail project in the eastern edge of downtown Athens.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald
Pooler planning board OKs plans for city’s 17th hotel
Pooler planning board OKs plans for city’s 17th hotel_img Plans for the city of Pooler’s 17th hotel got a thumb’s up from city planners on Monday. Members of the Pooler Planning Commission voted unanimously to recommend approval of site and landscape plans for a four-story, 104-room Holiday Inn on a 2-acre outparcel of the Tanger Outlets.
Source: Savannah Morning News
North Beach Bar and Grill lease review irks Tybee locals
North Beach Bar and Grill lease review irks Tybee locals_img A widespread citizen outcry has developed on Tybee Island, where city officials this week are expected to entertain a recommendation on the award of a lease for a popular North Beach restaurant.
Source: Savannah Morning News
City hires new director of planning development and codes
City hires new director of planning development and codes_img The City of Brunswick has a new planning, development and codes director who city officials hope will get a few languishing projects back on track.
Source: Brunswick News
Committee prepares to write master plan for St. Marys
Committee prepares to write master plan for St. Marys_img A committee tasked with creating a master plan has gathered most of the public input needed to start writing the document that will be the template to guide St. Marys for the next decade.
Source: Brunswick News
City seeking to change ‘no preretirement death benefits’ provision in pension plan
City seeking to change ‘no preretirement death benefits’ provision in pension plan_img Marietta Mayor Steve Tumlin and the City Council are hoping to right a wrong they see in the city’s pension plan.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal
Kennesaw approves downtown parking changes
Kennesaw approves downtown parking changes_img The Kennesaw City Council unanimously approved imposing a three-hour time limit for certain public parking spaces in the city’s downtown at its meeting Monday.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal
Marietta Fire Department to provide free home visits
Marietta Fire Department to provide free home visits_img The Marietta Fire Department is reminding residents to sign up for its MFD SAFE Program, which provides free home fire and safety visits for the city of Marietta.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal
Riverdale Police Department looks to clergy for community support
Riverdale Police Department looks to clergy for community support_img The Riverdale Police Department is reaching out to community leaders and members of the clergy to help them get their message out to the community.
Source: Clayton News Daily
Norcross Mayor Bucky Johnson reflects on time with Atlanta’s Olympic Band
Norcross Mayor Bucky Johnson reflects on time with Atlanta’s Olympic Band_img People from around the world will be tuning in to see the closing ceremonies of the Olympics in Rio on Sunday evening, but the event will be more than just a televised party for Norcross Mayor Bucky Johnson.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post
Braselton celebrates 100th birthday with new Town Green
Braselton celebrates 100th birthday with new Town Green_img It took 12 years to Braselton’s new Town Green a reality, but then again, what’s a 100th birthday without a well-timed present?
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post
234-acre mixed-use project to be built next to Pinewood Studios
234-acre mixed-use project to be built next to Pinewood Studios_img Fayetteville leaders recently announced detailed plans for a extensive mixed-use development that will be right next to Pinewood Studios.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald
Tybee drinking-water well collapses during construction, now delayed
Tybee drinking-water well collapses during construction, now delayed_img An experimental well being drilled on Tybee as a new drinking water source suffered a setback last week when its stainless steel casing partially collapsed at a depth of 3,000 feet. No one was injured.
Source: Savannah Morning News
Garden City charts a new course
Garden City charts a new course_img If there’s one common goal city leaders and community volunteers would like to accomplish in Garden City in the next decade or two, it’s balance.
Source: Savannah Morning News
Riceboro gets water grant to protect, increase jobs
Riceboro gets water grant to protect, increase jobs_img Riceboro, which has been looking to sink a well in McIntosh County for years, has received a $1.25 million grant for improvements to its water and sewer infrastructure, the U.S. Commerce Department’s Economic Development Administration said Friday.
Source: Hinesville Coastal Courier
City of Aragon announces death of acting Mayor Curtis Burrus
City of Aragon announces death of acting Mayor Curtis Burrus_img Longtime Aragon city council member and acting mayor Curtis Burrus, 59, passed away Thursday night. Following the death of Mayor Brenda Gazaway in June, Burrus served as acting mayor after serving for 8 years on the council, first voted on the council to serve in the November 2007 election.
Source: Polk County Standard Journal
Athens-Clarke looking for more effective control of overgrown lots
Athens-Clarke looking for more effective control of overgrown lots_img For Doug Hansford, figuring out exactly what constitutes an overgrown yard is a little bit like former Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart’s concurring opinion in a 1964 pornography case.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald
City changing water testing procedures for lead
City changing water testing procedures for lead_img Augusta Utilities will employ new bottles and procedures for lead sampling during upcoming three-year testing. “Wide-mouth bottles allow for a higher flow rate during sample collection which is more representative of the flow that a consumer may use to fill us a glass of water,” said Peter Grevatt, the director of the EPA Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water in the advisory.
Source: Augusta Chronicle
Loft living is coming to PTC
Loft living is coming to PTC_img Businessman Dar Thompson’s residential and retail proposal at Lexington Circle received approval by the Peachtree City Council on Aug. 18 on a 4-1 vote.
Source: Fayette Citizen
Athens-Clarke developing list of sidewalk projects
Athens-Clarke developing list of sidewalk projects_img Barnett Shoals Road would have a high priority for sidewalk construction under a proposal from Athens-Clarke County’s Transportation & Public Works Department now under review by the county commission’s Legislative Review Committee.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald
Hiram police to patrol parts of city on bicycles
Hiram police to patrol parts of city on bicycles_img Hiram's police chief is hoping a new program will make his officers more visible to the public while allowing them to more quickly deal with a rash of recent vehicle break-ins in city shopping areas.
Source: Neighbor News
Hank Aaron statue to remain in city, but where is still TBD
Hank Aaron statue to remain in city, but where is still TBD_img Now that the city of Atlanta and Fulton County have signed an agreement to sell Turner Field to Georgia State University for $30 million, one of the next questions is where will be the new home of the stadium's famous bronze statue of Hank Aaron.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle
Meeting to focus on Moultrie utility bills
Meeting to focus on Moultrie utility bills_img An informational meeting — called “A Friendly Listen-Up Session” by organizers — hopes to explain city utility bills and show residents ways to conserve energy and thereby save money.
Source: Moultrie Observer
City unveils new logo, plans for rebranding
City unveils new logo, plans for rebranding_img You may have noticed something new about the water towers by Centennial Field, Oak City Cemetery or Dothan Road in Bainbridge this past week.
Source: Bainbridge Post-Searchlight
Recreation Authority votes to go back to drawing board with new policy
Recreation Authority votes to go back to drawing board with new policy_img The Bainbridge-Decatur County Recreation Authority readdressed a tabled policy pertaining to fee-based instruction using public facilities at its meeting Thursday evening.
Source: Bainbridge Post-Searchlight
Albany and Dougherty officials say SPLOST about needs, not 'wish list'
Albany and Dougherty officials say SPLOST about needs, not 'wish list'_img As Dougherty County’s vote on continuation of the 1 percent special-purpose local-option sales tax that has been in effect locally since the tax was approved by the Georgia Legislature in 1986 nears, a simple question has reverberated across the county.
Source: Albany Herald
Replacement of water lines on Mount Alto Road, South Elm Street on priority list
Replacement of water lines on Mount Alto Road, South Elm Street on priority list_img Replacement of the water lines on Mount Alto Road and South Elm Street could get underway before the end of the year.
Source: Rome News-Tribune
City considers economic impact of beautification
City considers economic impact of beautification_img City officials are hoping the Carrollton Corridor Development Beautification Commission resolution being drafted will be adopted as early as September so that the area can benefit economically from various entities working together.
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian
Rossville raising property tax rate, schedules public hearings
Rossville raising property tax rate, schedules public hearings_img The City of Rossville intends to increase the 2016 property taxes it will levy this year by 2.55 percentage over the rollback millage rate.
Source: Walker County Messenger
Coffee with a cop to foster understanding
Coffee with a cop to foster understanding_img Talking with a police officer can be an uncomfortable experience for someone who has never met one until an emergency or traffic violation.
Source: Brunswick News
Council approves wastewater treatment plant
Council approves wastewater treatment plant_img The Buchanan City Council has approved a $3.3 million project to upgrade and expand its current wastewater treatment plant, during its most recent meeting last week.
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian
Council votes to roll back millage rate
Council votes to roll back millage rate_img The Douglasville City Council voted Monday night to set the 2016 tax millage rate for city property tax owners at 6.911 mills for maintenance and operations (M&O) and at 1.526 mills for general obligation bonds for the Public Safety and Municipal Court.
Source: Douglas County Sentinel
Villa Rica announces proposed tax rate hike
Villa Rica announces proposed tax rate hike_img The City of Villa Rica on Thursday announced its intention to increase the 2016 property taxes it will levy this year by 7.47 percentage points over the rollback millage rate.
Source: Douglas County Sentinel
Ball Ground seeks backup electricity
Ball Ground seeks backup electricity_img Ball Ground City Council is seeking another power source to prevent future outages in the city, a problem residents have faced since the city’s establishment in 1882.
Source: Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News
Waleska sets millage rate, plans for new water meter
Waleska sets millage rate, plans for new water meter_img The city of Waleska will not see a tax increase this year after the council adopted a 4.285 millage rate at Monday’s city council meeting. Approved unanimously, the 2016 millage rate is a roll-up rate to be revenue neutral.
Source: Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News
City council adopts full rollback of millage rate
City council adopts full rollback of millage rate_img Tax rates will stay the same for Holly Springs property owners in the upcoming fiscal year as city council members approved a full rollback Monday evening.
Source: Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News
City studies new fire station for Shakerag
City studies new fire station for Shakerag_img The Johns Creek City Council is considering adding a new fire station to the city budget that would vastly improve emergency response times to the Shakerag area and the Jones Bridge Road-Taylor Road area.
Source: NorthFulton.com
Black community relates concerns dealing with police
Black community relates concerns dealing with police_img Members of the local black community took the opportunity Aug. 10 to tell city and police officials about their fears, their dreads and their experiences with law enforcement.
Source: NorthFulton.com
Atlanta Residents Push Back Against City's Shelter Plan
Atlanta Residents Push Back Against City's Shelter Plan_img Southwest Atlanta residents aren’t happy with a plan to put a homeless shelter in one of their neighborhoods.
Source: WABE
Atlanta Mayor Unveils Plans For Future Of Turner Field
Atlanta Mayor Unveils Plans For Future Of Turner Field_img Turner Field, the home of the Atlanta Braves and the 1996 Olympics, will get its "third life" when Georgia State University converts it to a college football stadium, Atlanta city leaders said Thursday.
Source: WABE
Highlands community rezoning going before Savannah City Council
Highlands community rezoning going before Savannah City Council_img Increased truck activity to and from the nearby Georgia Ports is spurring some proposed changes to a Savannah community planned out three decades ago.
Source: Savannah Morning News
Effingham, Guyton keep same millage
Effingham, Guyton keep same millage_img Effingham County and the city of Guyton are keeping the same property tax rates they had last year, which means that the only people who will pay more are those whose houses have increased in value.
Source: Savannah Morning News
Savannah OKs food trucks, new alcohol rules
Savannah OKs food trucks, new alcohol rules_img Many business owners, food lovers and those seeking more entertainment options in Savannah are ready to rejoice as the City Council finally adopted two long-awaited resolutions Thursday.
Source: Savannah Morning News
Savannah explores creating new stand-alone Municipal Court
Savannah explores creating new stand-alone Municipal Court_img The city may establish a stand-alone Municipal Court and split from Chatham County Recorder’s Court, which has been jointly operated by both governments for more than four decades.
Source: Savannah Morning News
Sparks fly in Johns Creek police, firefighters Big Green Egg Battle
Sparks fly in Johns Creek police, firefighters Big Green Egg Battle_img The Johns Creek Fire Department was all fired up last Saturday for the first-ever Big Green Egg Battle, a cook-off for title of Best Grillers in the city.
Source: NorthFulton.com
Work ongoing at Cedartown Police Department as jail cells converted to interview rooms
Work ongoing at Cedartown Police Department as jail cells converted to interview rooms_img Remember the days in Cedartown when someone got locked up, they went to the city jail at the police station in the municipal complex?
Source: Polk County Standard Journal
City preps for Mansour’s demolition
City preps for Mansour’s demolition_img City workers removed trees in front of the former Mansour’s department store on Lafayette Square on Thursday.
Source: LaGrange Daily News
Lula looking at potential fixes to railroad tunnel
Lula looking at potential fixes to railroad tunnel_img With repairs planned for Cobb Street bridge, Lula is turning its attention to another, nearby railroad crossing — this one running under Norfolk Southern tracks.
Source: Gainesville Times
Police offer community training
Police offer community training_img The LaGrange Police Department is hoping to arm folks with information and a safety plan during their first Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events class, or CRASE.
Source: LaGrange Daily News
Residents react to tax increase
Residents react to tax increase_img Several city residents voiced opposition to a proposed tax increase of nearly 27 percent earlier in the week during a public hearing.
Source: Valdosta Daily Times
Centerville accountant: Millage rate can stay at 11.972
Centerville accountant: Millage rate can stay at 11.972_img The City Council anticipates setting a millage rate of 11.972 mills in September.
Source: Macon Telegraph
Loft living plan goes before Peachtree City Council
Loft living plan goes before Peachtree City Council_img Dar Thompson’s residential and retail proposal at Lexington Circle will finally be heard Aug. 18 by the Peachtree City Council.
Source: Fayette Citizen
Meeting discusses Augusta animal ordinance changes
Meeting discusses Augusta animal ordinance changes_img A city committee that met for more than a year opted against a mandatory spay-neuter law, but starting in Jan­uary, the city will charge owners of “unaltered” animals a $10 annual registration fee per pet. For spayed or neutered animals, a license is required but is free.
Source: Augusta Chronicle
Albany Long-Term Financial Planning Committee recommends approving job fund grants
Albany Long-Term Financial Planning Committee recommends approving job fund grants_img The joint Albany City Commission/Albany Utility Board Long-Term Financial Planning Committee voted unanimously Thursday to approve some $800,000 in grants from the city’s Job Investment Fund for Mars Chocolate North America and Webstaurant.
Source: Albany Herald
Augusta Commission approves millage
Augusta Commission approves millage_img After a few stops and starts, the Augusta Commission adopted a millage Thursday to apply to property tax bills going out around Sept. 10.
Source: Augusta Chronicle
Invest Atlanta helping finance projects in Midtown, on Ponce
Invest Atlanta helping finance projects in Midtown, on Ponce_img Atlanta’s economic development agency voted Thursday to help finance two major development projects in Midtown and next to Ponce City Market in the city’s Old Fourth Ward.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle
Transportation tax could fund work at 'Murmur' trestle in Athens
Transportation tax could fund work at 'Murmur' trestle in Athens_img Any integration of the “Murmur” trestle into a rail-to-trail project across the eastern side of Athens-Clarke County will be tied to local action on a special local sales tax for transportation projects, judging from discussion at this week’s Athens-Clarke County Commission meeting.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald
Flowery Branch applies for grant for re-pavings
Flowery Branch applies for grant for re-pavings_img The Flowery Branch City Council has voted to apply for a state grant that will help them pay to re-pave several roads surrounding the recently-completed Lights Ferry Road roundabout.
Source: Access North Georgia
Duluth judges to receive small pay bump
Duluth judges to receive small pay bump_img The Duluth City Council recently approved amendments to conform the City’s Code of Ordinances to the provisions of House Bill 691, which became effective on July 1, making the chief judge appointment a one-year term.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Duluth property sale results in money going back to SPLOST
Duluth property sale results in money going back to SPLOST_img Duluth’s Downtown Development Authority sold 3.46 acres on the corner of Hill Street and Ridgeway Road in July for $890,000 to HSC Downtown Duluth LLC. The new owner is expected to build residential housing on the property.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Atlanta nominates Pratt-Pullman Yards as historic site
Atlanta nominates Pratt-Pullman Yards as historic site_img The Atlanta City Council has nominated a former rail car maintenance facility in the east side neighborhood of Kirkwood as an official city Historic Building and Site.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Woodstock OKs hotel audit for tax compliance
Woodstock OKs hotel audit for tax compliance_img Taking a page from Canton’s recent experience with restaurants, where an audit identified more than $92,000 in drink-related revenues owed, Woodstock has retained the Georgia Municipal Association to audit five hotels for compliance with the local hotel-motel tax.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Milton slaps moratorium on Ga. 9 development plans
Milton slaps moratorium on Ga. 9 development plans_img Milton has adopted a 30-day emergency moratorium on accepting conceptual plans for development for almost all the land along Ga. 9 in town, from the Forsyth County line to the Alpharetta city limits.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
East Point upgrades utility meter system
East Point upgrades utility meter system_img The city of East Point announced Wednesday it will begin installing an automated two way meter reading system for electric and water utilities.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Peachtree Corners develops transportation plan with citizen input
Peachtree Corners develops transportation plan with citizen input_img Over 50 citizens attended the first of two community meetings held in Peachtree Corners Aug. 11 as part of the city’s efforts to develop a comprehensive transportation plan.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Decatur cemetery project may be the last for famed landscape architect
Decatur cemetery project may be the last for famed landscape architect_img Decatur has set aside $64,444.07 for the removal and replacement of 22 deteriorated pallbearer stairs and railings, along with general landscape repair throughout its circa-1828 cemetery.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Mayor hints that Lance Bottoms may soon enter Atlanta mayoral race
Mayor hints that Lance Bottoms may soon enter Atlanta mayoral race_img Leave it to Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed to throw some politics, guised as humor, into his announcement Thursday that the city was selling Turner Field to Georgia State University for $30 million.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
HPC says no to windows
HPC says no to windows_img For the second time, the Madison Historic Preservation Commission has denied a Billups Avenue resident’s request to replace 16 window sashes on her historic house.
Source: Morgan County Citizen
More than 75,000 gallons lost in Bostwick water leak
More than 75,000 gallons lost in Bostwick water leak_img A main water line burst on Price Mill Road in Bostwick last weekend, which resulted in the loss of 75,000 gallons of water for the city of Bostwick. “We lost the entire tank,” said Mayor John Bostwick. The City of Bostwick has not yet calculated the cost of repairs nor determined the cause of the damage.
Source: Morgan County Citizen
Madison’s dog fight continues
Madison’s dog fight continues_img Madison City Council member Carrie Peters–Reid called it “going down a rabbit hole.”
Source: Morgan County Citizen
Goldens’ Foundry tests new Cast Iron Cooker at barbecue for CPD officers
Goldens’ Foundry tests new Cast Iron Cooker at barbecue for CPD officers_img Goldens’ Foundry hosted a barbecue at the Public Safety Center Wednesday afternoon to show support and solidarity for the Columbus Police Department.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
Columbus needs new minor league park on Golden Park site
Columbus needs new minor league park on Golden Park site_img You don’t realize how much you miss something until you get another taste of it.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
City of Newnan looks for assistance with cemetery records
City of Newnan looks for assistance with cemetery records_img The city of Newnan is currently in the process of implementing a cemetery system to record and maintain all burial and cemetery lot information for those cemeteries managed by staff within the city limits.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald
Warner Robins deputy fire chief one of first to be certified
Warner Robins deputy fire chief one of first to be certified_img Warner Robins deputy fire chief Ross Moulton is one of 22 fire chiefs in the state to be certified through the Georgia Association of Fire Chiefs.
Source: Macon Telegraph
Savannah residents, business owners offer input on Bay Street plan
Savannah residents, business owners offer input on Bay Street plan_img The public got a chance on Wednesday to learn about the city’s plan to temporarily remove parking and trucks downtown on Bay Street.
Source: Savannah Morning News
Sandy Springs' City Springs project costs going up by $8.9M
Sandy Springs' City Springs project costs going up by $8.9M_img The cost to build Sandy Springs’ City Springs project is going up by $8.9 million, but the city won’t be increasing its budget to pay for it.
Source: Neighbor News
Anti-discrimination proposal heads for Athens-Clarke commission vote
Anti-discrimination proposal heads for Athens-Clarke commission vote_img With the notable exception of Commissioner Melissa Link, members of the Athens-Clarke County Commission appeared satisfied Tuesday to proceed with local anti-discrimination measures aimed solely at bars in downtown Athens and across the rest of the community.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald
Athens-Clarke commissioners leery of backing civil rights committee
Athens-Clarke commissioners leery of backing civil rights committee_img Athens-Clarke County commissioners have little enthusiasm for taking a leading role in addressing local discrimination issues, with Commissioner Harry Sims suggesting the commission isn’t diverse enough to appoint the citizens’ civil rights committee sought by local progressive activist group Athens For Everyone.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald
City of Cedartown amends budget after increases in water, sewer revenue
City of Cedartown amends budget after increases in water, sewer revenue_img The Cedartown Commission approved updated budget figures during their August meeting, adding revenue to both the city water and wastewater accounts.
Source: Polk County Standard Journal
Meeting discusses Augusta animal ordinance changes
Meeting discusses Augusta animal ordinance changes_img A city committee that met for more than a year opted against a mandatory spay-neuter law, but starting in Jan­uary, the city will charge owners of “unaltered” animals a $10 annual registration fee per pet. For spayed or neutered animals, a license is required but is free.
Source: Augusta Chronicle
Atlanta could see 40% more metered parking spaces
Atlanta could see 40% more metered parking spaces_img The number of metered parking spots in the city of Atlanta may go up by as much as 40 percent.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle
Uber, city at standoff as September deadline approaches
Uber, city at standoff as September deadline approaches_img The city of Atlanta and Uber Technologies Inc. are at a standoff more than six weeks after the city said it would have an agreement for Uber to pick up passengers at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle
Police offer community training
Police offer community training_img The LaGrange Police Department is hoping to arm folks with information and a safety plan during their first Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events class, or CRASE.
Source: LaGrange Daily News
Kennesaw downtown parking expanded but restricted
Kennesaw downtown parking expanded but restricted_img Kennesaw downtown parking changes were approved 5-0 Monday by the Kennesaw City Council, adding nearly 50 spaces but also a time limit.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Milton spells out goals of $25M green space referendum
Milton spells out goals of $25M green space referendum_img The Milton City Council this week adopted a resolution stating the aims of its $25 million bond referendum in November to acquire and preserve green space.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Oakwood to save $1.6 million through sewer debt refinancing
Oakwood to save $1.6 million through sewer debt refinancing_img Oakwood refinanced its sewer debt Wednesday, a move that’s expected to save taxpayers about $1.6 million over 20 years.
Source: Gainesville Times
Gainesville looks to acquire insurance office for future downtown parking deck
Gainesville looks to acquire insurance office for future downtown parking deck_img Gainesville officials are looking to spend about $1.52 million to acquire a property along a central downtown corridor, with a parking lot in mind that will one day “kind of be a bookend” to the square.
Source: Gainesville Times
Lyerly Looking For Money To Repair Ball Fields
Lyerly Looking For Money To Repair Ball Fields_img Lyerly Mayor Josh Wyatt said he was looking in to the possibility of applying for a Land and Water Conservation Fund grant to pay for improvements to the ball fields at McLeod Park.
Source: Summerville News
Dale Williams retiring after 41 years with city
Dale Williams retiring after 41 years with city_img Moultrie Mayor Bill McIntosh, foreground left, presents a plaque of appreciation to city Human Resources Director Dale Williams during Tuesday’s city council meeting.
Source: Moultrie Observer
Hiram Completes Main Street Improvement Project
 Hiram Completes Main Street Improvement Project_img Hiram’s Mayor and council held a ribbon-cutting last week to announce the completion of its Main Street Improvement project, in the works since last year.
Source: Dallas New Era
City officials meet new police chief
City officials meet new police chief_img City Manager Edward Beach introduced new Police Chief Robert Rodriguez to commissioners during their regular meeting Tuesday night.
Source: Cordele Dispatch
Auburn proposed budget up 4.4%
Auburn proposed budget up 4.4%_img The Auburn City Council continues to work on its Fiscal Year 2017 budgets.
Source: Jackson County News
Lula to look at improvements at railroad underpass
Lula to look at improvements at railroad underpass_img The Lula City Council wants to make improvements to the Main Street railroad underpass in order to allow all emergency vehicles access when necessary.
Source: Banks County News
Grayson approves largest operating budget in city’s history
Grayson approves largest operating budget in city’s history_img The Grayson City Council approved a $1.13 million fiscal year 2017 budget Monday. The budget represents an $85,897 increase over the original 2016 budget and is the largest in the city’s history.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Danielsville implements manufacture home moratorium
Danielsville implements manufacture home moratorium_img No new manufactured homes will be allowed in Danielsville for the next 180 days.
Source: Madison County Journal
An inside look at the vision for Doraville's Assembly Project
An inside look at the vision for Doraville's Assembly Project_img The city of Doraville and the DeKalb County commission have backed a tax allocation district, or TAD, as the preferred method of funding some $180 million in infrastructure costs. However, the DeKalb County School Board, which controls a large portion of county tax dollars, has not come onboard to-date and the city and developers have turned to other options.
Source: Neighbor News
City examines fee-based routes to fund projects
City examines fee-based routes to fund projects_img Property taxes are going down in the City of Bainbridge for 2017, but water and sewer bills will likely be going up.
Source: Bainbridge Post-Searchlight
Atlanta expects $950K in state funds for afterschool meals
Atlanta expects $950K in state funds for afterschool meals_img Atlanta plans to amend the Intergovernmental Grant Fund portion of the city budget in anticipation of $950,000 in state reimbursements for after-school hot meals served at Mayor’s Centers of Hope locations.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Atlanta to retain consultant for building permit reforms
Atlanta to retain consultant for building permit reforms_img Atlanta is moving to hire a consultant that has assisted efforts to streamline and reform the city’s building permits process.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Unable to reach ‘halfway point,’ Grantville approves 5.25 mills
Unable to reach ‘halfway point,’ Grantville approves 5.25 mills_img Grantville property owners will see an increase when they get their tax bills this year.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald
Milton approves emergency moratorium
Milton approves emergency moratorium_img The Milton City Council approved a 30-day emergency moratorium Aug. 15 that bars acceptance of applications of conceptual plats for subdivisions located along Ga. 9. The ban extends from the Forsyth County line south to the Alpharetta city limits.
Source: NorthFulton.com
New irrigation water rates approved
New irrigation water rates approved_img Cumming City Council approved new water rates for irrigation use customers during the July City Council meeting.
Source: NorthFulton.com
Savannah plans temporary truck ban for Bay Street
Savannah plans temporary truck ban for Bay Street_img Truckers that rely on Bay Street to get across town may soon have to learn a new route.
Source: Savannah Morning News
Atlanta City Council extends contracts for PARKAtlanta, golf courses
Atlanta City Council extends contracts for PARKAtlanta, golf courses_img The Atlanta City Council has agreed to temporarily extend two contracts with vendors that have been in the news this year.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle
Dalton council members table vote on property purchase for downtown park
Dalton council members table vote on property purchase for downtown park_img Judging from the turnout at Monday night’s Dalton City Council meeting, the concept of a new central park downtown has widespread support. But the plan being considered by council members has left quite a few people with quite a few questions.
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen
City, county agree to consolidate GIS services
City, county agree to consolidate GIS services_img The city of Douglasville and Douglas County have agreed to consolidate Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping services into one longitudinal coordinate.
Source: Douglas County Sentinel
Sandy Springs fire unit chief gets special certification
Sandy Springs fire unit chief gets special certification_img The city of Sandy Springs Tuesday announced Mark Ware, the Sandy Springs Fire Rescue Department’s unit chief, Saturday joined 21 fellow chief officers as one of the first certified by the Georgia Association of Fire Chiefs during the 2016 Fires Service Conference in Augusta.
Source: Neighbor News
Douglas city, county officials to lead free event to promote community unity
Douglas city, county officials to lead free event to promote community unity_img Douglasville and Douglas County leaders are asking residents to attend a free event Aug. 27 to "celebrate and respect diversity" and "unite in support of common beliefs and goals" including avoiding "senseless violence and harmful words and actions."
Source: Neighbor News
Athens-Clarke fills one of four open department head positions
Athens-Clarke fills one of four open department head positions_img The Athens-Clarke County government has filled one of its four open department head positions, naming a former deputy commissioner for both engineering and water treatment and reclamation in the city of Atlanta’s Department of Watershed Management as the new director of the county’s Public Utilities Department.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald
Athens Transit celebrates 40 years
Athens Transit celebrates 40 years_img Like most birthday parties, there were balloons, hot dogs and cake — but the cake for a Tuesday party in downtown Athens provided some hint this was a different kind of birthday party.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald
Bicycle Friendly Silver status sought
Bicycle Friendly Silver status sought_img City officials and others who support the Bicycle Friendly Community Program in Milledgeville and Baldwin County are going after an even more prestigious distinction.
Source: Milledgeville Union Recorder
Rockmart set to approve lower millage rate for 2016, annexation request up
Rockmart set to approve lower millage rate for 2016, annexation request up_img The City of Rockmart is expected to set the 2016 advalorem tax millage rate at 8.888. The rate is less than that set for 2015, which was 8.901.
Source: Polk County Standard Journal
Macon-Bibb officials restricts climbing in trees, other park activities
Macon-Bibb officials restricts climbing in trees, other park activities_img The Macon-Bibb County Commission approved an updated ordinance restricting certain activities within parks, including climbing in trees.
Source: Macon Telegraph
Gainesville to purchase property across from library
Gainesville to purchase property across from library_img The City of Gainesville is buying a city block, including the lone building that sits on the half-acre plus site.
Source: Access North Georgia
Sandy Springs council approves possible legal action to recover $2.8M
Sandy Springs council approves possible legal action to recover $2.8M_img The city of Sandy Springs is on the hook for $2.8 million in federal funds as part of the Peachtree Dunwoody Road Livable Centers Initiative streetscape project between Interstate 285 and Abernathy Road that was completed in 2010.
Source: Neighbor News
Forest Park approves rental fees
Forest Park approves rental fees_img The Forest Park City Council approved Monday new rental fees for two of its properties.
Source: Clayton News Daily
APD International Police Training Raises Human Rights Concerns
APD International Police Training Raises Human Rights Concerns_img As part of a U.S. State Department program with multiple cities, the Atlanta Police Department trains police all over the world. The APD received special praise from the State Department this summer for its training on bias-based violence and hate crimes abroad.
Source: WABE
Stockbridge names official chaplain
Stockbridge names official chaplain_img The Stockbridge City Council recently passed a resolution creating the position of city chaplain and appointing the Rev. Terrance Gattis to fill the role. Gattis is pastor of Mt. Olive Baptist Church.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Duluth will share parking with new middle school
Duluth will share parking with new middle school_img The Duluth City Council and Gwinnett County Public Schools have entered into a five-year intergovernmental agreement to offer about 175 public parking spaces at the newly established Coleman Middle School at 3057 Main St.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
McDonough firefighter’s act of kindeness is what ‘small town America is all about’
McDonough firefighter’s act of kindeness is what ‘small town America is all about’_img With news of constant strife and turmoil within the country, McDonough officials wanted to recognize a local act of kindness by a McDonough firefighter.
Source: Henry Daily Herald
Stockbridge City Council agrees to demolish building
Stockbridge City Council agrees to demolish building_img The Stockbridge City Council reached a consensus recently to direct the city’s staff to take the first steps to demolish the Multiplex building owned by the city. There will be an eye toward future construction of a new community center.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Duluth amends budget for inspections of The Block
Duluth amends budget for inspections of The Block_img The Duluth City Council recently approved budget amendments to provide appropriate oversight for the expenditure of the Series 2015 Revenue Bonds for The Block Development Project.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Atlanta assigns electric vehicles to Beltline responders
Atlanta assigns electric vehicles to Beltline responders_img The next official city car you see on the Atlanta Beltline may be a zero-emissions electric vehicle, as part of a program announced by Mayor Kasim Reed and the city’s Office of Sustainability.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Special counsel hired to carry out McDonough’s proposed annexations
Special counsel hired to carry out McDonough’s proposed annexations_img The McDonough City Council voted Tuesday to pay a consultant to move forward with carrying out the city’s proposed annexations.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post
Grayson City Council approves $1.13M operating budget
Grayson City Council approves $1.13M operating budget_img The Grayson City Council has approved an operating budget of more than $1.13 million, the biggest in the city’s history.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post
Why Atlanta police and inner-city kids come together to play baseball
Why Atlanta police and inner-city kids come together to play baseball_img Over the past year, Vernard Kennedy, 17, has grown more comfortable with Atlanta police officers serving his southwest Atlanta neighborhood. He’s more at ease with their presence, more likely to strike up a conversation with local officers in navy blue uniforms.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
College Park adds new bike racks
College Park adds new bike racks_img The city of College Park has announced the availability of new bike racks throughout the city. The racks are the city’s effort to emphasize green initiatives and clean air practices. Bike racks are now available along Main Street, around City Hall and the Public Safety Complex on College Street.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Could capping the Downtown Connector rejuvenate Downtown Atlanta?
Could capping the Downtown Connector rejuvenate Downtown Atlanta?_img The concept, fittingly called “The Stitch,” is a 14-acre project that would cover about a half-mile of I-75/I-85 from Spring Street to Baker Street.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
BOC tables 50-year Norcross lease decision
BOC tables 50-year Norcross lease decision_img Norcross officials hope to extend their agreement with the county to let the city run its welcome center and firehouse museum for the next half-century, but they are going to have to wait a little bit longer to see if that will happen.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post
Out with the old, in with the old -- Chickamauga’s vision: Mayberry 2.0
Out with the old, in with the old -- Chickamauga’s vision: Mayberry 2.0_img Chickamauga residents, in planning for their city’s next half-century, have chosen a path of “if it’s not broken, don’t fix it — make it better.”
Source: Walker County Messenger
Chickamauga council under pressure to improve water pressure and delivery
Chickamauga council under pressure to improve water pressure and delivery_img Chickamauga’s elected officials are aware of the fact their city’s water system infrastructure needs major upgrades, possibly to the tune of $2.2-$2.4 million.
Source: Walker County Messenger
LaFayette council votes to take down ugly barbed wire golf fence
LaFayette council votes to take down ugly barbed wire golf fence_img LaFayette council voted to remove a barbed wire fence on South Main Street that obscures the view of one of the city’s most beautiful and most expensive features, the LaFayette Golf Course.
Source: Walker County Messenger
Cornelia votes to contract with Habersham for animal control
Cornelia votes to contract with Habersham for animal control_img The Cornelia City Commission voted unanimously Monday afternoon to pay Habersham County to provide animal control services for the city.
Source: Access North Georgia
Atlanta City Council OKs body cameras for police
Atlanta City Council OKs body cameras for police_img The Atlanta City Council voted overwhelmingly Monday to equip city police officers with 1,200 body cameras.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle
$3.6 million Central City Park project likely headed to commission vote
$3.6 million Central City Park project likely headed to commission vote_img Historic Central City Park is on track to become the latest Macon site to receive a million-dollar facelift.
Source: Macon Telegraph
Warner Robins council changes sewer fee increase
Warner Robins council changes sewer fee increase_img The Warner Robins City Council on Monday cut in half the sewer fee increase it had placed on residents who live outside of the city limits.
Source: Macon Telegraph
Augusta looks to limit future severance packages
Augusta looks to limit future severance packages_img A city committee appeared willing to limit the generous severance packages awarded top city staff but excluded about 40 employees already in line for the payouts.
Source: Augusta Chronicle
Lula mayor 'not in favor of consolidation'
Lula mayor 'not in favor of consolidation'_img Hall County wants the public to vote on whether the county should pursue an outside study into options available for a governmental merger, but Lula's mayor says he's not in favor.
Source: Access North Georgia
Atlanta Traffic Light Changes Could Reduce Congestion
Atlanta Traffic Light Changes Could Reduce Congestion_img Last year, voters approved bond money for infrastructure upgrades, and the largest chunk of those Renew Atlanta funds will help modernize and "optimize" traffic technology.
Source: WABE
Roswell OKs couple’s plan to take land back to agriculture
Roswell OKs couple’s plan to take land back to agriculture_img The Roswell City Council has approved a couple’s unusual request for the city to rezone their land from suburban residential back to agricultural so they can set up a small “urban farm.”
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Cherokee trails could link Woodstock neighborhoods
Cherokee trails could link Woodstock neighborhoods_img Cherokee County has approved hiring a consultant to look at tying together sidewalks and trails to serve neighborhoods in Woodstock’s Towne Lake area.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Duluth makes changes to Unified Development Code
Duluth makes changes to Unified Development Code_img Following a recent public hearing, the Duluth City Council voted to make amendments to the city’s Unified Development Code. The goal of the approved changes is to create a better nexus among the UDC, Comprehensive Plan Community Agenda and Downtown Master Plan as they relate to the Central Business District zoning district.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Lawrenceville hires branding agency for marketing and communications
Lawrenceville hires branding agency for marketing and communications_img Lawrenceville has chosen the Lawrenceville-based Accent Creative Group as its official branding and design agency of record.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
VR water plant open again
VR water plant open again_img After seven months of buying all its water from Carroll County, the city of Villa Rica is now producing much of its own water, even as extensive work on the city's water system continues.
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian
Councilman: Housing just one piece of the pie
Councilman: Housing just one piece of the pie_img Carrollton City Councilman Rory Wojcik agrees with the West Georgia Board of Realtors’ position that comprehensive planning is essential to the city as a whole but said housing is just “a piece of the pie.”
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian
Stockbridge moves toward creating its own zoning advisory board
Stockbridge moves toward creating its own zoning advisory board_img Like most cities its size, the city of Stockbridge is moving toward having its own zoning advisory board after discussing the move for some years.
Source: Henry Daily Herald
Council approves new golf rates
Council approves new golf rates_img The Tallapoosa City Council approved a new pricing structure for the city-owned Tally Mountain Golf Course at its meeting earlier this week.
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian
City to vote on cutting tax rate
City to vote on cutting tax rate_img The Douglasville City Council is expected vote Monday to roll back its millage rate.
Source: Douglas County Sentinel
Marietta City Council takes first steps toward Municipal Court reform
Marietta City Council takes first steps toward Municipal Court reform_img The Marietta City Council advanced two proposals governing the city’s municipal court this week recommended by Mayor Steve Tumlin.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal
Council members consider allowing downtown drive-thru
Council members consider allowing downtown drive-thru_img City officials were elated to sell the historic school board buildings and even happier to get businesses lined up to move in. But now, city council members must make a decision — whether to change the city’s ordinance, allowing Panera Bread to open a drive-thru in downtown Canton.
Source: Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News
Mural plans moving forward in Woodstock
Mural plans moving forward in Woodstock_img Renovations are expected to begin within the next two weeks to prepare for the new history-themed mural planned for the side wall of Woodstock Pharmacy in the downtown area.
Source: Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News
Ball Ground increasing visibility for city ordinances
Ball Ground increasing visibility for city ordinances_img Ball Ground City Council plans to adopt an improved way for city ordinances to be displayed, making them more organized and easily visible on the city’s website.
Source: Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News
Night watch: Woodstock Police Department keeping the city safe
Night watch: Woodstock Police Department keeping the city safe_img On any given night in Woodstock, local police can be found patrolling the streets responding to incidents such as traffic accidents, domestic disputes and burglaries.
Source: Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News
Woodstock hearing on property tax increase
Woodstock hearing on property tax increase_img Woodstock City Council on Monday will host the first of three public meetings allowing residents an opportunity to voice their opinion on the proposed millage rate, which means a tax increase of about 3.28 percent.
Source: Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News
Lula mayor criticizes Hall County’s merger push
Lula mayor criticizes Hall County’s merger push_img Lula’s mayor didn’t pull punches when it came to the topic Monday night of a merger of Hall County governments.
Source: Gainesville Times
City to county: Stick to county; we’ll do city
City to county: Stick to county; we’ll do city_img County officials are calling a lawsuit on behalf of the city of Tifton "asinine." City leadership says it's entirely necessary because the county hasn't heard them.
Source: Tifton Gazette
Landmarks concerned about hotel, parking facility impact
Landmarks concerned about hotel, parking facility impact_img Scale, mass and height are important to Thomasville Landmarks Inc. when it comes to historic preservation and what might be constructed near the city's historic districts.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise
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