News Line for Lovejoy

Mayor, council pursue audit over SPLOST funding
Lovejoy officials want answers to questions about whether Clayton County cities have received their total share of SPLOST dollars.
Source: Clayton News Daily

Lovejoy considers citizen IDs
Officials are considering creating city-based IDs in Lovejoy.
Source: Clayton News Daily

Council approves millage rates to keep taxes down in Lovejoy
Taxes will not go up inside the city limits of Lovejoy, said officials this week.
Source: Clayton News Daily

Council approves $3.45 million FY15 budget
Lovejoy Council members plan to operate their city on a fiscal year 2015 budget at roughly $3.45 million.
Source: Clayton News Daily

Officials report on future Lovejoy skatepark
Officials reported downtown park amenities are moving ever-closer to fruition in Lovejoy.
Source: Henry Daily Herald

Council reviews FY15 budget
Lovejoy City officials are reviewing a positive fiscal year 2015 budget.
Source: Clayton News Daily

Mayors, chairman discuss need for SPLOST passage
Two mayors and a chairman sat down to have a discussion Wednesday.
Source: Clayton News Daily

Council updates codes, approves new rule, permit
City Council has approved an ordinance that grants Lovejoy authority to regulate right-of-way responsibilities.
Source: Clayton News Daily

New SPLOST collection would raise $272 million for Clayton, cities
Clayton County and its seven municipalities could raise nearly $272.3 million for roads and other needs, including aid to its ailing hospital, if voters approve a package of special-tax funded projects unveiled this week.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Revitalization efforts continue in Lovejoy
Lovejoy City Council approved resolutions and received news Monday that effectively advance the city’s push to expand and improve its infrastructure.
Source: Clayton News Daily

Lovejoy to get a second jail facility
Lovejoy has annexed 77 acres into the city for The Geo Group Inc., a private prison industry contractor which plans to build a new correctional facility that will create between 400 and 450 jobs, Mayor Bobby Cartwright said Tuesday.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution