News Line for Toccoa

Work begins on city street improvements
It’s a resurfacing project that encompasses 25 city streets in dire need of repair and is a prime example of a public/private partnership that is working seamlessly — so smoothly, in fact, that it will likely be lost among the glitzier developments in the city which include a new municipal pool and the application of a striking facade to the Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts.
Source: Toccoa Record

New Toccoa pool to open Aug. 7
The new city pool and bathhouse on Doyle Street will open Aug. 7, officials said.
Source: Anderson Independent Mail

Federal agency to upgrade Toccoa infrastructure
The U.S. Department of Commerce is investing $1.42 million to upgrade a north Georgia city's water and sewer system in hopes that the improvements will encourage economic growth.
Source: Macon Telegraph

Toccoa commissioners approve plan to stop wastewater overflow
The city will move forward with a project designed to stop wastewater overflows at one of its lift stations.
Source: Anderson Independent Mail

Toccoa working to have 25 streets resurfaced
The city is looking to have about 25 city streets resurfaced this year using state and local money.
Source: Anderson Independent Mail

Toccoa preparing for busy summer downtown
Downtown is gearing up to start two summer event series this week.
Source: Anderson Independent Mail

Park Street Bridge in Toccoa to come down
City commissioners will allow Norfolk Southern Railroad to tear down the Park Street Bridge.
Source: Anderson Independent Mail

Bike-pedestrian plan to be included in transportation plan update
A bicycle-pedestrian trail plan, with an estimated price tag of $146 million, will be included in the Gainesville-Hall Metropolitan Organization's long-range transportation plan.
Source: Access North Georgia