News Line for Fort Oglethorpe

Fort Oglethorpe to hold special election for unexpired council term
In a special called meeting on Monday, Aug. 18, the Fort Oglethorpe city council approved calling a special election in November to fill the unexpired term for former council member Charles Sharrock, who was removed from office in late 2012.
Source: Catoosa County News

Lyndhurst offers $25,000 for landscaping at new canoe launch site in Catoosa County
Not only is the newest launch site on the West Chickamauga Creek Blueway nearing completion, its surroundings will have professional landscaping and amenities thanks to yet another grant from the Chattanooga-based Lyndhurst Foundation.
Source: Catoosa County News

Catoosa County, cities approve prison work detail agreements
Catoosa County and its two cities, Ringgold and Fort Oglethorpe, recently approved new agreements with the Georgia Department of Corrections to provide prison work detail for various projects throughout the community.
Source: Catoosa County News

Fort Oglethorpe: Derek Rogers appointed to city council
It’s only temporary, but the city of Fort Oglethorpe will have a full council due to recent changes in the city’s charter. The council chose to act on those changes immediately by filling a vacant seat with a temporary appointment.
Source: Catoosa County News

Fort Oglethorpe appoints Derek Rogers to City Council
Derek Rogers is Fort Oglethorpe's newest city councilman — effective immediately.
Source: Chattanooga Times Free Press

Walmart Neighborhood Market bound for Fort Oglethorpe
Fort Oglethorpe is on track to get a Walmart Neighborhood Market, a freestanding grocery store about a quarter the size of the typical Walmart Supercenter.
Source: Chattanooga Times Free Press

New Fort Oglethorpe charter in governor’s hands
In what seemed like a flurry of review, the Georgia House and Senate have adopted the Fort Oglethorpe charter amendment in just eight days.
Source: Catoosa County News

ort Oglethorpe charter bill gets OK in state House, ready for Senate vote
The Fort Oglethorpe charter has become a debated topic among residents over the last year. In fact, the city’s charter has been debated since the Georgia General Assembly passed a resolution in early 2013 to amend it in the wake of a political shakeup.
Source: Catoosa County News