News Line for Clayton

Clayton opts out of consolidation plan
Rabun County’s first step toward consolidation fell through Tuesday night when Clayton City Council voted not to accept the county’s $2.75 million offer for the city’s water and sewer systems.
Source: Clayton Tribune

Clayton study pegs system at $8.2M
After completing a detailed audit of Clayton’s water and sewer systems, Lee Robertshaw told Clayton City Council Tuesday the systems had a combined value of $8.2 million.
Source: Clayton Tribune

Clayton to get audit before selling system
Mayor John Bradshaw cancelled Clayton City Council’s called meeting Tuesday hours before it was to take place for fear of another stalemated discussion on the Rabun County Board of Commissioners’ $2.75 million offer for Clayton’s water and sewer systems.
Source: Clayton Tribune

Water offer decision postponed
After a heated and lengthy discussion, Clayton City Council voted Tuesday to table discussions on a $2.75 million offer for its water and sewer systems made on behalf of the Rabun County Board of Commissioners.
Source: Clayton Tribune

Outgoing mayor ready to move on
After more than a decade of public service as an elected official, outgoing Clayton Mayor David Phillips will be saying goodbye Jan. 1 to city politics and hello to a less stressful life.
Source: Clayton Tribune

School board rejects city rate increase
The Rabun County Board of Education has decided it will not agree to pay a steep rate increase for wastewater treatment determined by the city of Clayton.
Source: Clayton Tribune

Bradshaw, Green and Panell win
After months of campaigning and thousands of dollars spent between the candidates in Clayton’s municipal election, everything was decided Tuesday night by a mere 362 voters.
Source: Clayton Tribune