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The City Council approved two big projects last week. One was the green light to Major Humphrey’s Brewery, a locally owned microbrewery.
Source: Walton Tribune

Metter City Council is seeking professional assistance in developing a strategic plan for the next 20 years for Metter Fire & Rescue. Details of that plan will include site selection and design of a new city fire station.
Source: Metter Advertiser

Dubbed Calistoa, the 37-acre site is part of the city’s dwindling industrial park and is currently zoned GI for General Industrial. The site also is listed as industrial on the current land use plan map, which underlies the zoning map.
Source: Fayette Citizen

City staff in a memo to council said the $160,000 grant, along with money already budgeted by the city, will “facilitate a planning project that will establish a vibrant, walkable village tentatively called the ‘City Centre.’”
Source: Fayette Citizen

Visitors will be able to take a self-guided tour as well to see all areas of the department and watch demonstrations from a crime scene technician on how evidence is collected and from SWAT members on the equipment they use. Participants will also get a chance to take a look at the department’s electronic forensic ab, view the latest crime zone map and pick up crime prevention pamphlets.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

The City Council adopted the Comprehensive Plan 2034 in 2014 and the Character Area Study Supplement in 2017. The Comprehensive Plan documents the long-term vision for the city.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

The new expenses will be covered by a $1 million contingency fund built into the Greenway budget, according to Project Manager Moe Trebuchon. “Everything presented in included in the total budget for the project,” he told the City Council at its March 12 work session.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

The City of LaGrange is honoring Keith Hester, the city’s water superintendent, for his dedicated 30 years of service, according to a press release from the city.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

The Dawsonville City Council held a public hearing Monday night and voted to postpone a vote on a 172-unit development proposed near the corner of Howser Mill Road and Hwy. 53.
Source: Dawson Community News

One of downtown Augusta’s most visible public work projects was officially opened at a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday. The $1.2 million pedestrian bridge connecting the city’s convention center to its parking deck was completed.
Source: Augusta Chronicle

At its March 19 meeting, the Sandy Springs City Council voted 6-0 to rezone three lots totaling 3.7 acres for hotel use at Barfield and Mount Vernon Highway after the city’s staff and the planning commission had recommended approval of the rezoning request.
Source: Neighbor News

A sudden cold snap kept many festival attendants indoors, but the weather didn’t stop an estimated 12,000 true wild chicken fans from flooding downtown Fitzgerald, Saturday, March 16.
Source: Tifton Gazette

Union City's new community center, its first such facility in the municipality's 111-year history, is just the beginning of new chapter for the city, with improved infrastructure, a new skateboard recreation area and other resident-geared additions as part of the city's 2020 vision.
Source: Neighbor News

In supporting the resolution, which aims to protect Georgia’s coastal tourism industry and fisheries, Pooler joins other coastal cities such as Savannah, Thunderbolt, Richmond Hill and others.
Source: Savannah Morning News

Ward graduated Friday, representing Pooler police among a roster of law enforcement officers from 27 countries, five military organizations and five federal civilian organizations. Ward was one of five officers from Georgia to attend the training.
Source: Savannah Morning News

The city is now in the process of using the legislation to acquire four more houses and two vacant lots along the same street. Housing and Neighborhood Services Director Martin Fretty said the acquisitions will allow the city to combine some of the 30-foot-wide lots for redevelopment purposes and allow for off-street parking.
Source: Savannah Morning News

Purtee said he decided to run because residents’ concerns were not being addressed. He said he intends to focus on reducing crime, attracting investment and providing recreational opportunities for young people in the district.
Source: Savannah Morning News

The new fees, “to more adequately serve the long-term needs of our citizens,” would include a senior citizen rate of $55, an individual pass of $75 and a seven-member family pass for $350, according to a staff report to the council.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Chief Mike Jones won the Chief of the Year award from the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police in July. Sen. Renee Unterman, of Buford, and Sen. John Albers, of Roswell, sponsored the senate proclamation honoring Jones.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The new location will be staffed by a registered professional geologist, a senior engineering technician, and a business development specialist. The company is also working to hire additional engineering technicians, and a staff engineer.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The reason is the 0.69 acre at 5060 Austell Powder Springs Road is in the county’s Clarkdale Mill Village Historic District. If the city annexes the property, then all of the county’s historic preservation protections would be removed from the property.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

“There were four candidates in the race and one person took it without a runoff,” she said. “You don’t see that very often.” Not having an April 16 runoff election saves Augusta around $15,000, Bailey said.
Source: Augusta Chronicle

The SunTrust Foundation donated $5 million to the Westside Future Fund, a nonprofit focused on revitalizing a few of the city’s poorer communities, which include English Avenue and Vine City.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

“This course is for individuals who want to learn CPR but do not need a course completion card in CPR for a job,” according to a city announcement.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Prior to being elected to the city council, Still was appointed to the Lawrenceville Downtown Development Authority in Jan. 2012 and elected as Chair of the LDDA in 2015 where he served for four years.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Uncertified election results indicate Lawrenceville residents overwhelmingly passed the Sunday Brunch referendum with 69 percent of voters voting in favor. The ‘Brunch Bill’ allows properly licensed local restaurants to serve alcohol at 11 a.m. on Sundays, instead of the current time of 12:30 p.m.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Neighborhood parks will be constructed on Hopkins Road and Lancer Drive in Powder Springs. A nearly $247,821 contract was awarded to Integrated Construction and Nobility Inc. by the Powder Springs City Council on March 18.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The city of Kennesaw has unveiled eight decorative manhole covers created and designed by students enrolled in the Kennesaw State University Master Craftsman Program. The covers are located at City Hall Plaza, which is behind Kennesaw City Hall at 2529 J.O. Stephenson Avenue.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The new city would be Cobb’s largest, comprised of about 40 square miles and 97,000 residents east of Marietta to the Fulton County line.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The city of Trenton, Ga. elected a new police commissioner Tuesday night.
Source: Chattanooga Times Free Press

Statesboro city officials are trying to develop a new range of fees for alcoholic beverage licenses based on the costs of policing different kinds of establishments: bars versus restaurants, for example.
Source: Statesboro Herald

The Tifton City Council voted to submit the 2019 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) application for the Matt Wilson Neighborhood YMCA/Youth Development Center at the Mar. 18 meeting.
Source: Tifton Gazette

The Meigs City Council will interview a candidate to fill the vacant city manager position following a vote Monday night.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise

The City of Perry kicked off the season with the first of many events to be held in the downtown area. The Mustache and Barbecue Bash was an opportunity for the city to bring the community together and celebrate everything Perry has to offer.
Source: Houston Home Journal

The Statham City Council rejected a proposed pay raise on a 3-2 vote Tuesday night.
Source: Barrow News-Journal

A consideration of placing Sunday alcohol sales on the November ballot was made during Tuesday night’s Bainbridge City Council meeting.
Source: Bainbridge Post-Searchlight

A consideration of placing Sunday alcohol sales on the November ballot was made during Tuesday night’s Bainbridge City Council meeting.
Source: Bainbridge Post-Searchlight

The Sumter County Board of Commissioners (BOC), along with representatives from the cities of Americus, DeSoto, Plains, Andersonville, and Leslie, met for a special called meeting on Monday at the Sumter County Courthouse to discuss the distribution of Special Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) funding for the county and for each municipality
Source: Americus Times-Recorder

The Americus mayor and city council will hold a public hearing during their monthly meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday.
Source: Americus Times-Recorder

Albany and Dougherty County found themselves in unfamiliar territory when it came to passage of a transportation special-purpose local-option sales tax referendum: following the actions of smaller southwest Georgia counties like Lee and Worth.
Source: Albany Herald

Oakwood has a new police chief. St. Marys Police Chief Tim Hatch has been named to the post effective April 22, replacing longtime Chief Randall Moon, who retired March 1.
Source: Gainesville Times

Former Marietta Ward 7 Councilman Philip Goldstein has received the Lifetime Service Award from the Georgia Municipal Association for his more than 37 years of service to the city.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Mayor Rusty Paul said they are “good for last-mile connectivity,” filling the gap between a destination and a public transit stop, and are a “technology that’s here to stay,” Paul said. But they can create public safety issues and “conflicts between pedestrians and vehicles,” he said.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

Thrower was elected mayor of Hogansville in December 1977 to serve the unexpired term of James Boswell, and he served as mayor until August 1978. After serving as mayor, Thrower remained an active member of the Hogansville community, and he was especially involved in Hogansville American Legion Post 152.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

Parts of the toll lanes are expected to be elevated, including a high flyover atop Northridge Road, to use existing right of way. Others would be at-grade and require the demolition of over 40 buildings in Sandy Springs.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

The center is an "Accredited Center of Excellence (ACE) for its use of the Police Priority Dispatch System." This distinction places Roswell's department among the very highest-performing emergency dispatch agencies in the world.
Source: Neighbor News

Councilmen Tibby DeJulio (District 5) and Chris Burnett (District 3) spoke out against the rezoning/project, saying its density is inappropriate for the neighborhood
Source: Neighbor News

As traffic, particularly commercial truck traffic, has increased on V.D. Parrott Jr. Parkway, the need for a traffic signal at Abutment Road has grown, says Dalton Public Works Assistant Director Andrew Parker.
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen

Voters deflated the Catoosa County Commission's effort for a new transportation tax Tuesday.
Source: Chattanooga Times Free Press

Statesboro Mayor Jonathan McCollar plans to open a business – an event venue named Peachtree on Main with an alcoholic beverages license he has applied for – at 39-A West Main Street.
Source: Statesboro Herald

Lula got a new city councilman on Monday evening.
Source: Gainesville Times

The Gainesville City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to increase the city’s hotel-motel tax from 6 to 8 percent, with the hopes of funding some capital improvements at Lake Lanier Olympic Park.
Source: Gainesville Times

Downtown Fayetteville and Pinewood Forest could become designated areas for consuming alcohol outdoors if the City Council approves the measure on March 21. The first reading of an amendment to the alcohol ordinance was held at the March 7 meeting.
Source: Fayette Citizen

Council members unanimously passed a resolution Monday to form a nine-member Complete Count Committee to help achieve an accurate count by hosting community events to raise awareness of the 2020 U.S. Census and work with local leaders to make sure the survey is carried out accurately.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Alpharetta City Center includes 100,000 square feet of shops and restaurants, along with a city hall, library, greenspace, offices and apartments.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

Homes will feature solar panels, in-home battery energy storage, voice-activated security, smart locks, and lighting controlled from apps. Georgia Power (NYSE: GPJA) will then gather information from the homes to analyze and “provide insight into the effectiveness of emerging energy technologies.”
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

Last week, State Representative Heath Clark placed a legal notice in the Houston Home Journal announcing a proposed bill that would amend the Warner Robins City Charter, but after having discussions with Council members Friday, Clark removed the notice Monday.
Source: Houston Home Journal

Mayor Mike Eason says the city plans to purchase the private Elliot Field from former NASCAR Hall of Fame racer Bill Elliot. "It's a 5,700 foot runway. We have several jets based there," he said.
Source: Access North Georgia

City Manager Sharon Subadan put it best: “… by the hair of our chinny-chin-chin.”
Source: Albany Herald

The added revenues generated by the tax hike already have a destination. It begins with the plan by the city to take over full operational responsibility for the Lake Lanier Olympic Park and annex the site into the city.
Source: Access North Georgia

With a unanimous vote the Lula City Council passed a resolution Monday night adopting a measure that puts the city in a position to better sponsor and manage strong anticipated growth in the coming decades.
Source: Access North Georgia

The City of Canton is welcoming Velinda Hardy into the new role of Downtown Development Manager. The job will be solely focused on serving downtown Canton as an ambassador and relationship builder to improve economic growth and development.
Source: Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News

Woodstock City Council unanimously approved an entertainment district, allowing adult shoppers to carry alcoholic beverages at the Outlet Shoppes of Atlanta.
Source: Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News

State Representative Heath Clark and Shaw Blackmon met with council members at the Warner Robins City Hall to discuss a bill that would amend the city charter Friday morning. Representative Heath Clark says the bill has not been drafted yet but once it is, he will share its contents with the mayor and council before it is moved to the state level.
Source: Houston Home Journal

According to the lawsuit, Clopton amassed more than $156,000 in medical and other expenses. The Grant Park couple is asking for punitive damages and a jury trial.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Voters across metro Atlanta will go to the polls Tuesday to decide on an array of ballot questions, from electing a new commissioner for the Cherokee County Commission to extending a SPLOST another five years for Clayton County Schools to a choosing an Atlanta City Council member.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Atlanta City Council unanimously approved the new law at Monday afternoon’s meeting. Those driving tractor-trailers will get a $1,000 fine for violating bike lane laws. Drivers who park in bike lanes were previously fined $25 under the “improper use of lane” law.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Promising improved and more efficient service and a reduction in the number of missed pick-ups, the Roswell City Council has approved changing the dates of collection for curbside yard waste for certain residents.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Among the qualifications: A nominee must be of good character and have been a resident of Milton or the surrounding community or a graduate of one of its high schools.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Duluth City Council recently voted unanimously to approve a $272,565 contract with A-1 Contracting for construction of the park, the trail and traffic calming devices.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Stonecrest Mayor Jason Lary said he made an agreement with the land owner for the city to purchase the 8.8 acres of land on the corner of Evans Mill and Salem roads for $325,000. He hopes to use it for park space instead.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Ongoing negotiations between city and county officials are costing local taxpayers who are footing the bill for legal fees. The city of Milledgeville’s share thus far is to the tune of $75,576 at last tally.
Source: Milledgeville Union Recorder

The Callahan Street railroad crossing is the fastest route for Rome-Floyd County fire trucks responding to calls in the area between North Broad Street and Calhoun Avenue.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

Statesboro City Council is slated to take up a resolution Tuesday to renew alcoholic beverage licenses for only six months while resetting the due date and establishing new fees before they are due again.
Source: Statesboro Herald

The ceremony is organized to pay tribute to the military men and women carrying on Jasper’s legacy.Jasper is recognized as the Revolutionary War hero who rescued the South Carolina state flag at the Battle of Fort Moultrie.
Source: Savannah Morning News

Lula is taking another step to prepare for growth by establishing a development authority that reaches outside downtown.
Source: Gainesville Times

On Tuesday, the Gainesville City Council will vote on an increase to the city’s hotel-motel tax that would fund capital improvements at Lake Lanier Olympic Park, which the city hopes to take over.
Source: Gainesville Times

City council members denied a request to rezone the vacant northwest corner of 2nd Street NW and 6th Avenue NW to make room for multifamily apartment units at a public hearing Monday.
Source: Valdosta Daily Times

Municipal Court Judge Joshua Bell appeared before the Cairo City Council on Monday evening to update the council members on the court's recent activities and to answer questions.
Source: Valdosta Daily Times

The five municipalities and Lowndes County are yet again at a standstill on a service delivery agreement.
Source: Valdosta Daily Times

While Matt Seale did not grow up in what most would consider a true small town, he now calls the small community of Ocilla, with a population of a little more than 3,000 people, his home.
Source: Albany Herald

The City of LaGrange received the prestigious Tony Hawk grant in the amount of $10,000 to help offset the cost of constructing the skatepark. The former professional skateboarder’s foundation, the Tony Hawk Foundation, helps to build skateparks in underprivileged areas.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

A proposal to establish an Air Evac helipad on Promenade Parkway near the Fayette Pavilion was approved March 7 by the Fayetteville City Council. The proposal was met with opposition by a large number of residents living nearby.
Source: Fayette Citizen

“This project is long overdue,” said City Manager Donald Anderson. “The city has discussed the need for a new city hall for over 20 years. The new facilities have been designed to accommodate growth and serve the city’s needs for at least the next 50 years.”
Source: Access North Georgia

The Chamblee City Council is set to vote Tuesday on a resolution to apply for a grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation that would fund self-driving shuttles to carry passengers up and down Peachtree Road. The shuttles, which are electric, would fit eight to 16 people.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

As part of the 2017 SPLOST, this project is an integral part of the city’s ongoing capital program. The project received six bids with The Dickerson Group being the lowest bidder at $296,256.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The city of Norcross wants to annex a sizable swath of unincorporated Gwinnett County, a community that includes around 300 businesses and 6,000 mostly low-income residents.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Peachtree Corners recently received a Smart 50 Award in the ‘Mobility’ category from Smart Cities Connect for its plans to build an intelligent mobility and smart city laboratory.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

This initiates the Decatur PATH Connectivity Plan, a series of separate bike paths and trails throughout the city that, according to initial projections, will total about nine miles. It’s anticipated the Plan will take roughly 10 years to complete.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Code violations in the City of Dunwoody can now be reported and monitored through a software application called iWorQ, according to a press release.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Mableton, the home of former Gov. Roy Barnes, was briefly incorporated in 1912, but de-annexed and became part of unincorporated Cobb County in 1916. Hutchins said the movement for incorporation has been discussed for more than a decade, but it never “had any teeth” until recently.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

For PZ-19-001, applicant Doug Patton of Manor Restorations in Marietta is requesting to rezone 13.5 acres from Single-Family Residential (R20) to Medium-Density Residential (MDR) for 47 townhouses north of Macedonia Road.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Rad Kids is a safety program to educate children about personal empowerment. Some of the topics covered include how to prevent bullying and staying safe on the internet or at home, school, in a vehicle or outdoors.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Metter City Council has approved the low bid from Georgia Hydrant Services Inc. for $199,070 for a hydrant repair project.
Source: Metter Advertiser

City Manager Rob Hernandez said Thursday that Shonka would be missed, but that his departure was not expected to impact the city’s ability to move forward with the arena project.
Source: Savannah Morning News

“We envisioned screening the substation across the street from the beginning and beautifying it as much as a substation can be beautified,” Mayor Rusty Paul said.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

Each sidewalk will consist of 330 linear feet, and will include as needed site grading, erosion control measure, utility adjustments and adjusting existing granite curbs, according to city officials. These sidewalk installations are part of the city’s 2019 sidewalk installation plan.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

Extension plans for the Rail Trail include incorporating it into a Peachtree Road streetscape project and connecting it to a multi-use trail in Doraville. There are also plans to connect the Rail Trail to the Greenway that is slated to eventually connect to the Atlanta BeltLine.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

On Tuesday, a group representing local tourist attractions approached the LaGrange City Council, asking it to consider the creation of a local convention and visitors bureau for the purpose of overseeing the city’s tourism funds generated by the hotel/motel tax.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

A new facility promoting educational programs and a safe environment for visitors and youth to play soccer and ultimate frisbee is coming to East Point. The Georgia Soccer Development Foundation (GSDF) is teaming up with the City of East Point to host a groundbreaking ceremony for the new pavilion.
Source: Neighbor News

The rezoning proposal was previously discussed at a Feb. 21 public hearing of the Cairo Planning Commission, where Horne's request was denied on a 3-1 vote. Planning commission vice chairman James Gerth provided the only vote in favor of the rezoning request.
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen

"Atlanta has owned and operated the world's most efficient airport for the last 16 years in a row," Bottoms said to a standing ovation from local political and business leaders gathered at the Georgia World Congress Center.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

Avondale Estates, which boasts village charm and access to MARTA, is finally seeing a surge in growth.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle


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