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New plans for condominium development on Hoyt Hill, at the intersection of West Sixth Avenue and West First Street, were approved Wednesday by the Rome Historic Preservation Commission.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

TJ Cochran had dreams of moving to Nashville after graduating from Pepperell High School. He told all his friends that’s what he’d do. He was going to pursue a career in music.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

The Gainesville City Council approved updates to the city’s alcohol ordinance Tuesday, opening up the city to distilleries and allowing growler shops to sell larger sample sizes of beer.
Source: Gainesville Times

After meeting with property owners and making adjustments, Lula has finished the alignment for its new sewer line, which will add about 12,100 feet to the city’s current line and open up new corridors for development.
Source: Gainesville Times

Thomasville City Council is meeting in two closed sessions to interview finalists for the city manager position.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise

Moultrie City Council members said more than once Tuesday that they hate to de-annex property from the city, but they voted unanimously to do it anyway.
Source: Moultrie Observer

The Statham City Council on Tuesday night reduced the city’s millage rate to 4.355 mills for 2018, the “rollback” rate for the city.
Source: Barrow News-Journal

After a large developer’s plan to build a residential community of single-family homes and townhomes failed to gain traction with Winder officials and residents earlier this summer, the developer is back with a revised, slightly scaled-back plan that has been met with a warmer reception.
Source: Barrow News-Journal

At a meeting held September 4, the Gillsville City Council took the first step towards annexing over 250 acres into the city limits.
Source: Banks County News

Danielsville will soon have a familiar face as its new police chief.
Source: Madison County Journal

The Blakely City Council adopted two ordinances at their September meeting and tabled another.
Source: Early County News

Tuesday night the Bainbridge City Council adopted the fiscal year 2019 budget that will fund the city’s capital needs and return funds to the city’s reserves, according to City Manager Chris Hobby.
Source: Bainbridge Post-Searchlight

As the NFL’s Super Bowl gets ready to land in Atlanta in February, Peachtree City may wind up seeing an economic impact from the mega event. Peachtree City Convention and Visitors Bureau Director Kym Hughes told the City Council recently the city’s hotels could wind up housing visitors for the Super Bowl.
Source: Fayette Citizen

Cities in Fulton County won’t be receiving any more money from the county’s general fund for designing or building roads. “Our role is not to do road design or road transportation projects located within the boundaries of an existing municipality, which is in our service delivery strategy,” said District 2 County Commissioner Bob Ellis.
Source: Neighbor News

The city of Sandy Springs Friday hosted the official dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony for Windsor Meadows Park. The new four-acre passive park is located at the intersection of Windsor Parkway and Northland Drive, along Nancy Creek.
Source: Neighbor News

East Point is located less than 10 miles from downtown Atlanta, and the city’s Mayor Deana Holiday Ingraham says they’re on a mission to attract development and residents. “Closer Look with Rose Scott” begins a three-part series, “Redeveloping and Rebranding the City of East Point.”
Source: WABE

Gov. Nathan Deal urged the Atlanta City Council to break an impasse over an incentive package that could be worth $1.75 billion to redevelop the derelict Gulch in downtown Atlanta.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Johns Creek officials have announced the completion of their second sidewalk project of the year, along a half-mile of Brumbelow Road improving connectivity from Nesbit Ferry to Old Alabama roads and Newtown Park.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Milton City Council has had a first presentation of a measure setting development standards for gas stations, including stations with convenience stores, in certain parts of the city.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Roswell City Council has approved an intergovernmental agreement with Cobb County to replace the Willeo Road bridge over Willeo Creek on the boundary of the city and county.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

What is the best way to honor someone who impacted local children? That is the question the LaGrange City Council grappled with on Tuesday, as it considered a request to rename East and West Crovat Street after Anthony Jerome “Boss” Freeman.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

The Athens-Clarke County Leisure Services Department recently opened a 35-foot fiberglass walking bridge in Southeast Clarke Park. The bridge is intended to connect trails from the Whit Davis Road and Lexington Road sides of the park.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Loganville’s explosive growth in recent years has, at times, left city officials scrambling to keep up. A discussion over water meters at last week’s full council meeting illuminated just how fast the city is growing.
Source: Walton Tribune

Across the country, people are headed for the exurbs. Those are the areas at the fringe of metropolitan areas. According to the Brookings Institute, growth in the exurbs has quadrupled since 2012.
Source: WABE

More development is headed for the busy Dawsonville Highway corridor in Gainesville. City Council unanimously approved rezoning to General Business for a 6.8 acre tract of land next to Academy Sports for a fitness center.
Source: Access North Georgia

South Fulton is the first of 15 cities in Fulton County to make the human trafficking notice a municipal requirement for certain businesses, City Councilwoman Helen Z. Willis recently announced.
Source: Neighbor News

Dunwoody Mayor Denis Shortal issued a proclamation at the City Council’s Aug. 27 meeting proclaiming October as “Fine Art Month.” The proclamation recognizes the work done by the Dunwoody Fine Art Association, a local nonprofit that promotes fine art in the Dunwoody area and encourages artists to exhibit their art.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

The city of Brookhaven has issued an invitation to bid on the construction of the first phase of the Peachtree Creek Greenway known as the “model mile” between North Druid Hills Road and Briarwood Road.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

The city of Brookhaven announced that Brookhaven Alert, powered by Smart911, is now available to all residents. Brookhaven Alert is a free service that allows individuals to sign up for notifications sent from state and local authorities.
Source: Neighbor News

At the Atlanta City Council’s meeting Monday at City Hall, the council’s Buckhead representatives, Howard Shook (District 7) and J.P. Matzigkeit (District 8), introduced a resolution supporting the installation of cameras in Fulton County courtrooms.
Source: Neighbor News

Atlanta City Council members Amir Farokhi, Michael Julian Bond, J.P. Matzigkeit, Natalyn Archibong, Jennifer Ide, Andre Dickens, Dustin Hillis and Matt Westmoreland introduced an ordinance at Monday’s meeting at City Hall, calling for a third-party audit of the Gulch deal.
Source: Neighbor News

While an agreement between the federal government and Hercules for remediation of the Terry Creek Superfund site appears rolling along regardless of the desires of local officials, the commissioners for the city of Brunswick and Glynn County voted unanimously Tuesday to oppose the consent decree and demand a full cleanup.
Source: Brunswick News

The McDonough City Council unanimously approved a contract to pave portions of 15 roads using a variety of funding mechanisms at Monday’s meeting.
Source: Henry Daily Herald

The approval of an intergovernmental agreement to construct a southern extension of McDonough Parkway ran into a roadblock at Monday’s McDonough City Council meeting.
Source: Henry Daily Herald

The city of McDonough wants to do something about its problem with littering and illegal dumping.
Source: Henry Daily Herald

Battle lines on the proposed smoking ban were drawn Tuesday at a meeting of Rome's Public Safety Committee that packed the room in the middle of the day.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

Speaking at the Tifton City Council meeting Sept. 17, Mayor Julie Smith said that the city intends to defend itself “vigorously and aggressively” against recent claims filed by Tifton County, which she said are without merit.
Source: Tifton Gazette

The city of Perry Mayor and Council are on the verge of changing the names of two streets in Perry, a topic that was discussed during Monday’s City Council meeting.
Source: Houston Home Journal

The Daniell Law Firm, LLC of Warner Robins is opening a new office on 217 Old Perry Road. Back in July, David Daniell filed a waiver of annexation agreement with the city and requested sewer services for his law firm. Council members at that time in July needed more information and time to make a decision.
Source: Houston Home Journal

The city of Duluth announced Monday it is partnering with Uber for free roundtrip rides on Thursday evenings.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced Monday in a press release that she would not ask for a vote on Gulch redevelopments from Atlanta’s City Council.
Source: GPB News

Hinesville has a new director in the Department of Inspections. Former director Steve Welborn retired Aug. 30. At the regular Sept. 6 meeting, the majority of council voted George Smith into the new position.
Source: Hinesville Coastal Courier

Designing and launching a new business can be difficult. Georgia Southern University will soon provide expanded resources for entrepreneurs in Hinesville with the addition of a new business incubator.
Source: Hinesville Coastal Courier

For a long time, Statesboro police K9 Rio and handler Advanced Patrol Officer Kyle Briley were the only K9 team in the house, but with the arrival of a new drug dog-in-training and a puppy being trained in tracking, the dog house is getting full.
Source: Statesboro Herald

Law enforcement officers from Long, Liberty, Ludowici PD, and GSP and others lined up outside Liberty Regional Hospital in Hinesville to accompany Ludowici Police Chief Frank McClelland and Marvin Pope to the GBI Crime Lab in Pooler Monday morning.
Source: Hinesville Coastal Courier

Milton officials say they are pleased with the first draft of a balanced fiscal year 2019 budget despite challenges in getting it all to work. Milton gave the first presentation of its proposed budget at the Sept. 10 City Council meeting.
Source: NorthFulton.com

Milton took a step at its Sept. 10 City Council meeting to help alleviate traffic congestion, protect Milton’s roads and provide designated, safe routes for large commercial vehicles by adopting truck routes in the city limits.
Source: NorthFulton.com

A full house turned out Sept. 13 to hear details on two rezoning cases that could bring 200 homes to State Bridge Road near Johns Creek High School. A crowd of more than 100 raised concerns about traffic, loss of tree canopy and the impact on stormwater, schools and surrounding property values if the projects proceed.
Source: NorthFulton.com

The Johns Creek Public Works department is seeking public input on a potential new road that would connect Bell Road to Johns Creek Parkway. If constructed, the road could ease traffic on Medlock Bridge Road by giving residents along the Bell and Boles corridor another access to Technology Park or connect to McGinnis Ferry Road.
Source: NorthFulton.com

Saying the ordinance had insufficient City Council consideration and public comment, Canton Mayor Gene Hobgood has vetoed a bill creating a restaurant district where alcoholic beverages could be consumed outdoors.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Stonecrest Mayor Jason Lary said he is stepping away from the job for a couple of months to focus on receiving treatment for cancer. He made the announcement during a City Council meeting on Monday night.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Roswell City Council is moving to amend city codes concerning historic properties. As required by the state, the council voted to initiate text amendments to the Unified Development Code to establish how landmarks are designated, and criteria for how historic districts are expanded.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Proposed city laws that would adopt three topical panels, formed by Mayor Jonathan McCollar and volunteers, as official city commissions are on the agenda for Statesboro City Council’s 5:30 p.m. Tuesday regular meeting.
Source: Statesboro Herald

Covington Municipal Court Judge Billy Waters, 68, passed away on Sept. 13. Waters was a native of Newton County and an attorney for more than 30 years.
Source: Covington News

Athens Mayor Nancy Denson recently signed a proclamation that declared Sept. 17-23 as Constitution Week. The Athens chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution instituted a committee to bring this idea to the local government.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

The Ocmulgee Heritage Trail could be expanding again. Macon-Bibb County is expected to take over 245 acres that may extend the popular recreational path even further north. The land stretches along the west bank of the Ocmulgee River near Amerson River Park.
Source: Macon Telegraph

Everyone needs a break from their upbeat, day-to-day activities every now and then, right? On Friday, Sept. 21, Main Street Covington will commemorate PARK-ing Day. PARK-ing Day, which is an annual occurrence, is a day when organizations nationwide transform parking spaces in urban areas into mini parks or parklets.
Source: Rockdale Citizen

The city of Morrow Development Authority voted Sept. 3 to enter into a memorandum of understanding with a developer who wants to bring a canopy tour and zipline attraction to the city.
Source: Clayton News Daily

Gainesville is adjusting its alcohol ordinance, a new fitness center and shopping area may be built on Dawsonville Highway, and improvements could be coming to the Knickerbocker Lake Dam, following approval from the Gainesville City Council Tuesday.
Source: Gainesville Times

The Moultrie City Council is prepared to vote on Tuesday to reduce the city’s tax rate and accept a budget that’s almost a half-million dollars smaller than last year.
Source: Moultrie Observer

A proposed tax increase will draw people to government meetings.
Source: Moultrie Observer

When Dalton voters go to the polls on Nov. 6, in addition to helping choose the state's next governor and fill other elected offices, they will vote on a "Sunday brunch" referendum.
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen

As the City of Helen continues to plan for two major anniversaries, city leaders paused this week to celebrate some special international visitors. Marcel Blankenburg, president of Fasching in Fussen, Bavaria, Germany, and his wife Uschi visited Helen to serve as grand marshals for last weekend’s Oktoberfest Parade.
Source: Access North Georgia

No one spoke for or against the rezoning and annexation request of a planned residential development at the Oakwood City Council meeting this week.
Source: Access North Georgia

As College Park continues its search to replace former Police Chief Keith Meadows, the city appointed Sharis McCrary as its interim deputy police chief.
Source: Neighbor News

Backers of a wide-ranging plan to develop a network of parks and trails along a vast stretch of the Chattahoochee River say it holds the promise to transform the Atlanta metro region.
Source: Associated Press

Renovating a city of Dunwoody building to provide police and parks space will cost over $100,000 more than expected, a consultant says.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

Motorists entering Brookhaven on its major roads will soon be greeted by towering gateway monument signs that mark the city’s borders. Construction began last month of the 20-foot-tall stacked stone signs on Johnson Ferry Road, Windsor Parkway and Ashford-Dunwoody Road. The signs are slated to be finished this month.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

A zoning code amendment made last year by the City Council specifically for Children’s Healthcare for its new Brookhaven hospital could bring 20-story highrises to certain portions of Buford Highway without a public review process.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

The Atlanta Police Foundation is balancing priorities of reducing youth crime while trying to ease the Atlanta Police Department’s staffing shortage, Dave Wilkinson, the group’s president and CEO, said at the Sept. 10 Rotary Club of Sandy Springs meeting. Wilkinson also said he supports the city’s new public safety commissioner position.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

All week, City Council has debated and questioned a proposed deal to develop the Gulch — about 40 acres of railroads and parking lots beneath what is now State Farm Arena.
Source: WABE

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms faces her biggest political test since she took office, with a City Council vote looming Monday on her proposal to provide up to $1.75 billion in public financing to help redevelop downtown’s Gulch.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Atlanta City Council on Monday will consider an ordinance that creates a transparency officer, requires mandatory annual open records training for employees and establishes a public website that tracks public records requests.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Georgia’s top political leaders Friday appointed representatives to a new regional board that will have a big say in metro Atlanta’s transit plans in coming years.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Savannah City Council on Thursday awarded AECOM Hunt a $11.2 million construction management contract for the planned $140 million city arena after rejecting a competing company’s appeal of staff’s recommended contractor.
Source: Savannah Morning News

City leaders creating a new job focused on attracting commercial development to the city’s under-served areas said Thursday they want the position filled by Oct. 31, but acknowledged they haven’t found a qualified local applicant yet.
Source: Augusta Chronicle

Macon-Bibb County may reap some major savings in health care for 2019. The county may see $2 million to $3 million in savings for health care after a committee made its recommendations on who will administrator the insurance plans.
Source: Macon Telegraph

On Tuesday, the LaGrange City Council voted 4-2 against a request from the LaGrange Housing Authority for a commitment of $1.5 million for a Choice Neighborhood Implementation Grant.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

Dunwoody Senior Baseball will help to pay for the upkeep of new city baseball fields it uses for tournament play in a first-of-its-kind deal.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

The City Council at its Aug. 28 meeting voted to accept the $200,000 in EPA funding to be used specifically to restore the stream bank on the north fork of Nancy Creek, south of Murphey Candler dam and the park’s baseball and softball fields.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

In a presentation before city economic development officials, the railroad giant was said to be part of negotiations for a more than $100 million sale of Gulch property to Los Angeles-based CIM Group, which is pitching an up-to $5 billion redevelopment of the old downtown rail yard where trains from across the South once converged.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

When you’re in a plane on the runway at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, or on the plane train heading to a terminal, the Flint River might be flowing somewhere beneath you.
Source: WABE

Grantville City Council is considering amending its work session schedule before their bi-monthly regular meetings.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald

The Milton City Council has approved an agreement with the Crabapple Merchant Association assigning responsibilities of the co-hosts for this year’s Crabapple Fest, the autumn community festival now in its sixth year.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The City of Norcross is giving residents a chance to travel the world without leaving city limits.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

In a ceremony that coincided with the observance of 9/11, Henry County Fire Department opened Fire Station 16 at 1575 Kelley Town Road Tuesday.
Source: Henry Daily Herald

The city of Stockbridge will hold a town hall meeting at the Eagles Landing Country Club on Wednesday, Sept. 19.
Source: Henry Daily Herald

Rome's Downtown Development Authority board wrestled Thursday with issues related to the proposed no-smoking ordinance that is being pitched by the healthcare community to city officials.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

The Douglasville City Council recently approved a bid to expand the parking lot at the Douglasville Police Department community building located to the left of the main Police Department building.
Source: Douglas County Sentinel

The old Douglasville conference center is now being used as the Douglasville City Hall Annex.
Source: Douglas County Sentinel

Douglas County and the city of Douglasville gathered Tuesday for a moment of silence at 8:46 a.m. in remembrance of the many women and men who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001.
Source: Douglas County Sentinel

The Tifton City Council’s Solid Waste Committee recommended no rate increase and soliciting new bids for garbage pick-up when the current contract with Golden Environmental expires, at the Sept. 10 meeting of the Tifton City Council.
Source: Tifton Gazette

Brooklet City Council will hold its third and final public hearing on the proposed millage rate at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20, before the regularly scheduled city council meeting at 7 p.m. the same night.
Source: Statesboro Herald

The 35th rendition of Suwanee Fest is coming to Suwanee Town Center Park Saturday and Sunday with nearly 200 vendors and exhibitors, entertainment acts and a parade.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Accidents with injuries are down from a year ago in the city of Rome and Rome Police Department Capt. Chris DeHart is cautiously crediting the new hands-free driving law.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

The Savannah City Council is expected to decide this week whether to award an $11.2 million construction management contract for the planned $140 million arena after a competing company appealed staff’s recommendation for the job.
Source: Savannah Morning News

With this week’s formation over the Atlantic Ocean of the first major hurricane of the year, the three-month old hurricane season has launched what could be another two months of storm-induced anxiety.
Source: Savannah Morning News

Now that the start date for the Dragon Boat World Championships is officially here, the city of Gainesville has been fielding lots of questions from folks who want to watch, but don't know much about the event.
Source: Access North Georgia

Sandy Springs has partnered with Trees Atlanta to begin a new free planting program for residents. The Sandy Springs City Council approved the program during its Sept. 4 meeting. The NeighborWoods program will provide free trees for residents that can be planted on their private property.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

Commuters may not have Agent 007’s personal jetpack at their disposal, but personal rapid transit around Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is a possibility.
Source: Neighbor News

The meeting between officials with Nokia and Grantville residents this month has been changed to Wednesday, Sept. 26. The meeting was originally scheduled for Monday, Sept. 17, at 6:30 p.m., but one of the Nokia presenters is recuperating from a injury, according to City Manager Al Grieshaber.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald

The Woodstock City Council has denied the appeal of Golden Sisters LLC, doing business as July Massage, which was refused city licenses after inspectors allegedly found it already operating unlicensed.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Atlanta officials say a provision in bond and airline lease documents restricts any change of control of Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport — and that the city has no plans to relinquish control.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Although the City of Thomasville has no property tax, it is required by the city charter that the zero millage rate be approved by city council.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise

Owners of a Braselton brewpub are one step closer to opening after action from town leaders this week.
Source: Braselton News

The City of Winder is considering purchasing property to eventually build a walking trail officials would like to see connect Fort Yargo State Park with downtown.
Source: Barrow News-Journal

The Statham City Council named two of three members to the city’s ethics board at a called meeting that lasted seven minutes last Thursday.
Source: Barrow News-Journal

Claxton Police Chief Dale Kirkland won council support Tuesday night, September 4, for the ‘concept’ of a merger of the Claxton and Hagan departments.
Source: Claxton Enterprise

In July a proposed merger of police services between the Hagan and Claxton Police Departments was presented at the towns’ respective council meetings.
Source: Claxton Enterprise

The Blakely Mayor and Council set their 2018 millage rate at a called meeting Friday afternoon at City Hall.
Source: Early County News

A religious group is looking to turn 272 acres in Flowery Branch into a development featuring housing, retail, hotels, offices and church space, according to an email obtained by The Times.
Source: Gainesville Times


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