News Line for Adairsville

Adairsville seeking applicants for advisory boards
When the Adairsville City Council passed a resolution on establishing an appointment procedure to various city advisory boards Aug. 14, it effectively reset many of them to a like-new status. With so many openings — at least 20 at the moment — the city is looking for qualified residents interested in serving the community.
Source: Cartersville Daily Tribune News

Adairsville council approves lower millage rate
At the Aug. 14 meeting, the Adairsville City Council enacted the entire agenda of items discussed at Tuesday’s work session, including a rollback in the city’s millage rate from 3.640 mills to 3.631 mills.
Source: Cartersville Daily Tribune News

Adairsville council considers millage rollback
The Adairsville City Council met in a work session last night to discuss a full agenda of items to be presented at Thursday’s regular meeting. Foremost among the items was a projected rollback in the city’s millage rate to 3.631 mills from 3.640 in 2013.
Source: Cartersville Daily Tribune News

Adairsville council launches search for new police chief
The Adairsville City Council announced that two candidates for the interim police chief’s position would be interviewed and vetted today and a decision would be announced by the end of the day.
Source: Cartersville Daily Tribune News

Adairsville police chief resigns
Adairsville Police Chief Robert Jones left the department Wednesday with a resignation effective the same day.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

Adairsville council approves 2013 city audit
The Adairsville City Council met at a special called meeting Wednesday to discuss and approve the 2013 audit.
Source: Cartersville Daily Tribune News

Carson sworn in as new Adairsville mayor
Once the Adairsville City Council adopted results from the May 20 special election, Kenneth Carson Sr. became the city’s newest mayor.
Source: Cartersville Daily Tribune News

Adairsville considers street changes in fight against crime
About 30 Adairsville citizens attended a public meeting Thursday night to voice their opinions about a proposal to close certain roads and make others one-way in a residential area south of the downtown business district bordered by U.S. Highway 41, Old 41 and Martin Luther King Drive.
Source: Cartersville Daily Tribune News

Carson sweeps to victory in Adairsville mayoral contest
Kenneth “K.C.” Carson tallied 53.6 percent of the vote, scoring a surprisingly easy victory in Adairsville’s special mayoral election. Carson, 49, will fill the unfinished term of former Mayor Evan King who abruptly resigned in March.
Source: Cartersville Daily Tribune News

Adairsville police chief: Department fully staffed
Adairsville Police Chief Robert Jones told the city council at its Tuesday night work session that his department is fully staffed.
Source: Cartersville Daily Tribune News

Three vying to be Adairsville mayor
Kenneth “K.C.” Carson, Ronnie Everett and Adena Harper all qualified this week to run in the May 20 special election to replace former Mayor Evan King. Qualifying began Monday and ended at noon Wednesday.
Source: Cartersville Daily Tribune News

Carson qualifies for Adairsville Mayoral race
Kenneth "KC" Carson has joined Adena Harper in the Adairsville mayoral race.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

Adairsville mayoral election set for May 20
The Adairsville City Council, still reeling from its mayor’s sudden resignation, returned to work Thursday evening to plan a special election to fill the remainder of his term.
Source: Cartersville Daily Tribune News

Adairsville mayoral election tentatively set for May 20
The Adairsville City Council met for a scheduled work session just a day after the small town was shocked by the sudden resignation of its mayor.
Source: Cartersville Daily Tribune News

Adairsville City Council will seek plan of action for city hall project
The Adairsville City Council will try to fashion a plan of action for its historic city hall building when the panel conducts a work session tonight.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

Adairsville Mayor Evan King retires
Mayor Evan King is resigning from office, effective Thursday, for “personal reasons,” Adairsville officials said Monday.
Source: Cedartown Standard