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A proposed 107-unit townhome complex off McEver and Flat Creek roads was rejected Monday, Nov. 12, by the Oakwood City Council.
Source: Gainesville Times


At the Nov. 5 Douglasville City Council meeting, two representatives from the United Service Organizations (USO) accepted donations collected by the city to send to American troops overseas.
Source: Douglas County Sentinel


Villa Rica will host a community meeting this week to discuss a new initiative.
Source: Douglas County Sentinel


The Rome-Floyd County Land Bank Authority has sold what amounts to an entire subdivision — two dozen lots — in West Rome for $6,600.
Source: Rome News-Tribune


The Albany City Commission voted to “spend money to save money” on two items under consideration at the commission’s meeting Tuesday.
Source: Albany Herald


The City of Rome Parking Office is offering free holiday parking at the 3rd Avenue deck starting Friday in anticipation of the busy holiday season. Levels 2-4 will be free for the holiday season.
Source: Rome News-Tribune


It took several months and some false starts, but the Stockbridge City Council has finally adopted an ordinance related to residential street parking.
Source: Henry Daily Herald


For more than a decade, the city of Hampton has observed Veterans Day by lining the downtown streets with hundreds of crosses.
Source: Henry Daily Herald


Rome City and Floyd County officials took the first step Tuesday toward creating an economic development authority aimed at luring new businesses and industries.
Source: Rome News-Tribune


The two-hour parking limit in downtown Rome will soon be enforced from 8 am to 8 p.m., the extension from 6 p.m. approved by city commissioners Tuesday night, but not without a heated exchange with one downtown property owner. Diane Lewis said she believes the changes to the parking management program are going to discourage business downtown.
Source: Rome News-Tribune


The Stockbridge City Council took its first look at a proposed fiscal year 2019 budget that features a general fund budget of $10.819 million.
Source: Henry Daily Herald


Mayors from the cities of Flemington and Midway, and Riceboro’s mayor pro-tem presented updates on their cities’ projects and progress during a Liberty County Chamber of Commerce eggs & issues breakfast Wednesday at the Liberty County Performing Arts Center.
Source: Hinesville Coastal Courier


Major additions are coming to the Middle Georgia State University campus with Macon-Bibb County possibly paying for some nearby infrastructure improvements.
Source: Macon Telegraph


The Helen City Commission is taking steps to allow hotels with resort amenities to enhance their offerings. “I think it’s exciting,” Mayor Jeff Ash said. “It’s something new. It’s good for the residents, good for the golfers, good for Helen and that’s why we looked at it.”
Source: Access North Georgia


On Tuesday night, the City of LaGrange announced LaGrange Fire Department Deputy Chief John Brant as the sole finalist for the LFD chief position. This marks another step in the process of replacing Director of Public Safety Lou Dekmar as the leader of the LFD.
Source: LaGrange Daily News


The Main Street programs of Hampton, Locust Grove, McDonough and Stockbridge participate. “We are going to be celebrating Small Business Saturday here,” Stockbridge Main Street Manager Kira Harris-Braggs said at a recent gathering.
Source: Neighbor News


South Fulton has finalized its requirements for cityhood by making available various services once provided by Fulton County. The city recently added public works effective Nov. 19, meeting the Nov. 30 deadline under its charter.
Source: Neighbor News


The city of Dunwoody has hired longtime 11Alive TV news reporter Jennifer Leslie Boettcher as its new communications director. She replaces Bob Mullen, who recently took a similar position in Johns Creek.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


Sandy Springs is spending nearly $154,000 designing a new “cultural center,” a concept the city first floated to the public last week, after privately approving an architecture firm’s contract. And while the city says no site has been identified, a request for proposals shows its “preferred location.”
Source: Reporter Newspapers


Arts education programming is starting up at City Springs in a partnership between the city and the City Springs Theatre Company. The programming starting up fulfills a major goal for Sandy Springs Mayor Rusty Paul, who pushed for the city’s new art and civic complex to offer arts education programming.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


Volunteers participating in the city of Brookhaven’s 2018 Stream Cleanup Event on Nov. 3 removed more than 700 pounds of trash and 20 tires from the North Fork Peachtree Creek near Briarwood Road in approximately two hours.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


Restaurants in Brookhaven can begin selling alcohol at 11 a.m. beginning Sunday following overwhelming approval of the “brunch bill” referendum on Nov. 7 and an amendment to the alcohol code approved by the City Council Nov. 13.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


Before his election to the House in 2004, Meadows served 13 years as mayor of Calhoun and three years as a member of the Calhoun City Council. Meadows also served as a GMA President in 1995.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The Alpharetta City Council has approved a three-year sponsorship agrement with Northside Hospital for a health and wellness initiative involving the city parks.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


To supporters, they’re an inventive, convenient way to get around the city without much of a carbon footprint. To critics, they’re critters that litter Atlanta’s sidewalks, posing a danger to pedestrians, drivers and the people who use them.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Savannah Fire Rescue will no longer staff the hazard response boat docked along the Savannah River, following budget cuts that were made for the 2018 budget year, according to city officials.
Source: Savannah Morning News


The city more than doubled the number of properties targeted with a blight tax this year in a continued attempt to reduce the amount of unsafe and unsightly structures throughout Savannah’s neighborhoods.
Source: Savannah Morning News


Upon entering Savannah City Hall, visitors are greeted by cracks running the full length of the mosaic covered floor and ceiling. To the right stands a set of double doors missing its brass door knob.
Source: Savannah Morning News


Augusta Commissioner Andrew Anthony Jefferson Sr., was honored at a “celebration of life” as family, friends and coworkers gathered to share stories at his funeral service.
Source: Augusta Chronicle


As they work to clear an enormous abandoned property in the Bethlehem community of Augusta, volunteers and nonprofits are working with the city to clear junk from surrounding properties, starting with a big haul of old tires.
Source: Augusta Chronicle


The City of Lula hopes to resolve an issue with the firm that was awarded the bid for renovations on the city-owned depot building but didn’t perform the work.
Source: Access North Georgia


Dalton Mayor Dennis Mock said even he had a bit of "sticker shock" when he saw the $100 million total for projects that would be funded by a proposed six-year Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST).
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen


Hitachi Automotive is considering a $330 million expansion that would add 100 new jobs their payrolls. The company came before the Monroe City Council on Tuesday to enlist its support for a tax abatement as the expansion gets underway.
Source: Walton Tribune


The City Council on Nov. 6 approved a resolution calling for more extensive exterior renovations to the Sandy Springs Library after seeing other Fulton County libraries receive more funding than was originally allocated.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


The city of Brookhaven recently opened a new maintenance yard on a Briarwood Road property it purchased as part of constructing a trailhead for the Peachtree Creek Greenway. City-owned equipment stored in Osborne Park has been relocated to the new facility.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


The City of Cumming is stepping up its safety measures in the downtown square after a pedestrian was hit by a car while crossing the street a few weeks ago.
Source: NorthFulton.com


The City of Johns Creek recently brought on two new department heads, Finance Director Jeff Bohm and Communication Director Bob Mullen.
Source: NorthFulton.com


The Johns Creek City Council may have set a record for its shortest meeting Nov. 5, wrapping up all official business in less than 35 minutes.
Source: NorthFulton.com


Before the state provides telecoms with a blanket pass through the city limits, the “Technology City of the South” is fashioning its own welcome mat for deployment of the industry’s latest innovation.
Source: NorthFulton.com


Ford said he will ask the Stockbridge City Council this week to press forward with pending litigation that attacks the constitutionality of what Eagle’s Landing secession proponents were trying to do.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The Sandy Springs City Council has awarded a $930,000 design contract to Jacobs Engineering to draw construction plans to untangle the downtown crossroads of Johnson Ferry Road and Mount Vernon Highway.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Dunwoody City Council members are pondering what is the “it” that makes Dunwoody Village special as it considers an overhaul of the overlay district known for its Colonial-style architecture to allow for more modern development.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


Just off Peeler Road and across from the DeKalb County Water Works basins is Dunwoody’s Windwood Hollow Park, a secluded 11-acre park with nature trails, a playground, tennis courts and a pavilion.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


The Sandy Springs City Council approved a house purchase on Lorell Terrace for a possible Hammond Drive widening project at its Nov. 6 meeting. The property is located at 623 Lorell Terrace and the council approved the purchase price of $400,000.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


The Sandy Springs City Council approved at its Nov. 6 meeting an engineering contract for the Mount Vernon Highway/Johnson Ferry Road reconstruction, moving forward the controversial project.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


The Brookhaven City Council voted last month to provide free deck inspections to all residents in the city through Dec. 31 and if residents find their decks need to be repaired the city will waive the $565 deck permit fee for a short time.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


The newest water feature for Peachtree City’s residents will open just in time for summer. The Peachtree City Council Thursday night approved spending just over $467,000 in SPLOST funds to build a new splash pad and renovate the pool at Glenloch. The pad would be adjacent to the current pool.
Source: Fayette Citizen


Braselton is one of eight Georgia communities recently awarded $35.4 million in financing for infrastructure improvements by the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority.
Source: Access North Georgia


City and county officials have a line-up of meetings this week, and most of them are on Tuesday.
Source: Rome News-Tribune


The Rome City Commission is poised to extend the hours of downtown parking enforcement through 8 p.m. at night.
Source: Rome News-Tribune


"In response to citizen requests,” Councilman Cameron Andrews announced during the Centerville City Council meeting Tuesday evening that the agendas for future meetings "will [now] be published on the city’s website by noon on the day of the meeting, beginning January 2019.”
Source: Houston Home Journal


This weekend marks one month since Hurricane Michael hit the Moultrie area. While power was restored in just a few days, the clean-up of debris is a little over half-done by city estimates.
Source: Moultrie Observer


Former Georgia Supreme Court P. Harris Hines will likely soon have a bridge named in his honor in his hometown of Marietta.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal


Diana Preston and Johnny Crist were, at one time, political opponents when he ran against the then-incumbent mayor during her re-election bid in 2011, but he had nothing but praise for her during a special recognition earlier this year.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post


The Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) project list has been released with $100 million in projects, from a dog park in Varnell to two new administration buildings for Whitfield County government to a natatorium in the south end of the county.
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen


Barnett Shoals Road between Whitehall and East Campus roads will go back to four lanes. In an experiment, the stretch of road had been re-striped for three auto lanes with a separated lane for cyclists or pedestrians.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald


When Thomasville’s new city manager designee and city council concur on a contract, the subject will be considered for final council approval.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise


An agreement between Fayette County and Tyrone was reached Oct. 25, resulting in Tyrone purchasing the old fire station on Senoia Road for $5,000.
Source: Fayette Citizen


A plan to allow breweries, brewpubs and distilleries in Smyrna remains in draft form while the city reviews the proposed ordinance, officials say.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal


Fayette County’s proposed Comprehensive Transportation Plan did not exactly get a ringing endorsement from the Peachtree City Council Thursday night. Instead, the City Council seized on the proposed extension of TDK Boulevard as a non-starter.
Source: Fayette Citizen


The Fayette County Commission on Oct. 25 decided not to object to the proposed annexation of 28 acres along Ga. Highway 54 into Peachtree City.
Source: Fayette Citizen


The city’s new “Create Dunwoody” Arts and Culture Plan lays out several reasons that city government should be involved in supporting arts and culture organizations, including providing a better quality of life for residents while also boosting the local economy and attracting businesses.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


Mack Turner is a lifelong Acworth resident, having lived there since his birth in 1946. He still remembers the train depot that once served his city’s downtown area until the 1960s.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal


Residents helped provide early design ideas for a piece of the BeltLine’s Northeast Trail in Buckhead at a Nov. 8 meeting, pitching connections to key neighborhoods and parks in an area with many obstacles.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


The Milton City Council has approved applying for a federal grant to help pay for the installation of diesel exhaust management systems for two of its three fire stations.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The Sandy Springs City Council has approved $96,100 in incentives for a design firm that promises to bring 75 jobs to town and pay nearly $2 million to build out its new offices.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Political newcomer Leslie Jarchow defeated retired educator Christine Worl Tuesday, Nov. 6, in the special election for Flowery Branch City Council Post 3 seat. She fills a seat held by Fred Richards, who died June 14.
Source: Gainesville Times


The Gainesville City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to purchase 41 acres of property from Koch Foods in Gainesville Industrial Park West after the poultry company never developed the land according to contract.
Source: Gainesville Times


The City of Valdosta and the Georgia Heirs Property Law Center will host an heirs property prevention and estate planning workshop, 9 a.m.-noon Saturday, Nov. 10.
Source: Valdosta Daily Times


Brian Herrmann experienced what happens to most people: He fell in love.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise


Warner Robins City Council met Monday evening and discussed the possibility of creating a transit authority that would, in turn, expand the current transit the city has right now.
Source: Houston Home Journal


After discussing it briefly at a couple of meetings, the Bethlehem Town Council has not taken any action on a proposed tunnel lighting agreement with the Georgia Department of Transportation for a future bridge at the intersection of highways 316 and 11.
Source: Barrow News-Journal


After months of uncertainty, the Winder City Council on Tuesday denied a large residential developer’s request to rezone 70 acres northwest of the intersection of highways 11 and 53 in order to build up to 220 single-family homes.
Source: Barrow News-Journal


The results for Evans County special election for the City of Claxton alcohol pour by drink passed with 427 votes (66.61%) for and 214 votes (33.39%) against.
Source: Claxton Enterprise


George Anderson (I) won the race for Decatur County Commissioner, District 1, and Pete Stephens (I) was elected to Decatur County Commissioner, District 6, Tuesday.
Source: Bainbridge Post-Searchlight


The Leesburg City Council got an update on the city’s first Veterans Day parade as well as an accounting of a multidepartmental police chase that was like the scene of a movie.
Source: Albany Herald


The Monroe-Walton County Airport is expanding, undergoing a $1.3 million facelift that will add more space for planes and prepare the place for more growth in the future.
Source: Walton Tribune


The Hogansville City Council moved forward on a number of decisions at its city council meeting on Monday night, including the adoption of a corridor plan, a decision to vacate a court order on a condemned home in the city and a vote to reallocate SPLOST funds.
Source: LaGrange Daily News


The city of Flovilla has received a 2018 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) grant in the amount of $628,614 from the Georgia Department of Community Affairs, which administers the program on behalf of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Source: Jackson Progress-Argus


Does one person’s vote count? Just ask folks in Grantville. The numbers posted on the Georgia Secretary of State’s site on Wednesday showed Jim Sells got 261 votes to Willie Kee’s 260 for Grantville City Council Post 1.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald


Residents in Alpharetta, Milton, Johns Creek and Roswell voted nearly 3-1 in favor of a plan passed by the Legislature this March that will reset property assessments on owner-occupied homes from their current taxable value to their lowest level since 2016.
Source: NorthFulton.com


Stockbridge Mayor Anthony Ford had one thing on his mind Wednesday morning, just hours after voters in his city rejected a referendum that would have allowed the community of Eagle’s Landing to break away and incorporate.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The City of Springfield has sent artist Paul Lindsay a “this is your last chance” letter demanding that he clean up his junk store and adjacent lot and house within two weeks or face fines of hundreds of dollars a day.
Source: Effingham Herald


Almost overshadowed by controversy Tuesday was the memorial and sorrow over the loss of Augusta commissioner Andrew Jefferson, who died Sunday.
Source: Augusta Chronicle


Bernd Park celebrated its new look in October after a nearly two-year expansion and improvement project. The park, located at the corners of Cherry, New and Magnolia streets, had been in disrepair for quite some time.
Source: Macon Telegraph


The three incumbents on the Watkinsville City Council retained their seats Tuesday by defeating their challengers.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald


Walton County voted to keep the Special Local Option Sales Tax for the next five years, after about 59 percent of votes picked “Yes” on the ballot, though much of the county had not reported their vote totals by press time.
Source: Walton Tribune


Those dining out in Dalton can order an alcoholic beverage 90 minutes earlier on Sundays, and Whitfield County voters will begin electing commissioners by district in 2020.
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen


The Gainesville City Council unanimously approved the city’s bid to “buy-back” the 41.224-acre tract in Gainesville Industrial Park West sold to Koch Foods in 2006 but never developed.
Source: Access North Georgia


Residents in the city of Hoschton woke up Tuesday morning to a city with slightly more than double the land area it had when they woke up on Monday.
Source: Access North Georgia


Braselton's new trolley service will begin operations Friday and will run regular routes each Friday, Saturday and Sunday. It is owned and operated by the Braselton Visitors Bureau Authority and there will be no charge to use it.
Source: Access North Georgia


Starting Jan. 1, downtown Locust Grove is open for job creation and private investment as one of Georgia’s nine new Rural Zones.
Source: Neighbor News


Henry County voters took a stance on ushering a fifth city into its borders as the 2018 midterm elections concluded. With 100 percent of 37 precincts reporting by 11:15 p.m., 57 percent of voters said No to incorporating a proposed city of Eagles Landing.
Source: Neighbor News


Early results reported in Fulton County indicate voters in the city of South Fulton agreed with their mayor on lifting tax burdens from manufacturers and shippers.
Source: Neighbor News


Brookhaven’s $40 million parks bond appears to have been approved by voters with 60 percent of the vote, according to unofficial results from DeKalb County Registration & Elections. With 12 of 12 precincts reporting, the “yes” votes tallied in at 12,352 and the “no” votes came in at 40 8,258 votes. Total votes cast came in at 20,610.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


Sandy Springs is considering building a new “cultural center” that would house local groups, and possibly the new Holocaust memorial required by the state, at an undetermined location near City Springs.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


The so-called Brunch Bill allowing Sunday-morning alcohol sales appeared headed for approval by voters Nov. 6 in all four cities in Reporter Newspapers communities: Atlanta, Brookhaven, Dunwoody and Sandy Springs.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


Voters appeared to approve four property tax relief measures for Buckhead and Sandy Springs in the Nov. 6 election. The measures are intended to provide some tax relief from school, county and city of Atlanta taxes after residents saw sharp increases in property assessments last year.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


Artist John Christian was commissioned by the city of Newnan to paint the bold mural along the walls of the LINC tunnel, but gave most of the credit to students from Newnan High School.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald


Grantville had a hard-fought campaign for the mayor’s post and two council seats. Incumbent Mayor Doug Jewell and Council member Ruby Hines held onto their posts, but Jim Sells, former mayor, defeated Councilman Willie Kee by a razor-thin margin.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald


The Alpharetta City Council has awarded a $3.2 million contract to CMES Inc. to build two roundabouts on Bethany Road. The council also approved an intergovernmental agreement with Fulton County for water main improvements within the project limits.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The next step toward turning 40 acres of weedy parking lots and rail lines into one of the largest redevelopments in the city’s history could be taken this week.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


In Walker County and LaFayette, Georgia voters approved a couple of different alcohol referendums Tuesday.
Source: Chattanooga Times Free Press


Warner Robins City Council met Monday evening and discussed the possibility of creating a transit authority that would, in turn, expand the current transit the city has right now.
Source: Houston Home Journal


Final results from the Norman Park municipal election show incumbent mayor Bruce Norton being re-elected.
Source: Moultrie Observer


After more than eight years of trying to hold a veterans parade in southwest Georgia, the SOWEGA Veterans Coalition and the city of Leesburg are making it happen and just in time for the 100-year anniversary of World War I.
Source: Albany Herald


A 68 percent majority of Statesboro voters, in the so-called brunch referendum, approved letting restaurants in the city limits serve alcoholic beverages 90 minutes earlier on Sundays.
Source: Statesboro Herald


Bulloch County voters approved the renewal of the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) Tuesday night, meaning for at least six more years, one penny out of the county’s 8 percent sales tax will continue to fund improvements, special projects and much-needed public safety equipment.
Source: Statesboro Herald


Hall County and many of its cities will now allow earlier alcohol sales on Sundays after voters approved the measure known as the “brunch bill” on Tuesday.Voters in Hall County, Gainesville, Flowery Branch and Oakwood voted in favor of earlier Sunday sales.
Source: Gainesville Times


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