News Line for Flovilla

Flovilla mayor resigning post
Flovilla Mayor Scott Chewning announced on Monday he would be resigning his position at the end of July due to an impending move outside the city limit
Source: Jackson Progress-Argus

Flovilla council discusses vehicles, water system
The Flovilla City Council on Monday took only minimal action during its regular monthly meeting, namely to amend a list of surplus vehicles.
Source: Jackson Progress-Argus

Flovilla clerk earns finance certificate
Flovilla City Clerk Annie Mitchell earned local finance officer certification in the first quarter of 2014 through the Carl Vinson Institute of Government’s financial management training program.
Source: Jackson Progress-Argus

Butts County Commission candidates weigh in on consolidation
Butts County commission candidates on Monday weighed in with their views on whether the county government should be consolidated with its three cities, with most signaling a willingness to explore the idea if not offering an outright endorsement.
Source: Jacksonville Times-Union

Governments gather for joint meeting
Members of Butts County’s elected and appointed boards on Thursday met for their periodic joint dinner meeting.
Source: Jackson Progress-Argus

Panel learning about transportation projects
Impaneled late last year to review and recommend transportation projects across Butts County and its three cities, members of the board met last week for only the second time.
Source: Jackson Progress-Argus

Butts County cities, garden clubs celebrate Arbor Day
Butts County had at least 13 more trees planted in a 24-hour period thanks to Arbor Day celebrations held on Feb. 21 by each of the three cities — Flovilla, Jackson and Jenkinsburg.
Source: Jackson Progress-Argus

Butts County Transportation Board organizes
The Butts County Transportation Board was created in August by a resolution of the Butts County Board of Commissioners after months of lobbying by the group Partners for Smart Growth. The voting members of the board are appointment by the governments of Butts County and each of its three cities.
Source: Jackson Progress-Argus