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Fresh off a legislative session that yielded some wins for rural Georgia, state lawmakers are back dialing up a controversial broadband internet issue that stalled earlier this year.
Source: Valdosta Daily Times

A Wednesday afternoon Thomasville City Council workshop and meeting have been moved from City Hall to the Center for the Arts, 600 E. Washington St.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise

The city of Stockbridge and Mayor Anthony Ford have filed suit in Henry County Superior Court seeking an injunction preventing a referendum regarding the city of Eagles Landing.
Source: Henry Daily Herald

The Moultrie City Council gave itself some breathing room Tuesday night in its conflict with local landlords.
Source: Moultrie Observer

For the second time this year, Suwanee is modifying the way locals practice yoga: in addition to the downward dog stretch, it’s adding gamboling goats.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

With public surveys complete and input meetings held, the city of Carrollton is working on writing a comprehensive plan for the future of the city over the next 10 years.
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian

The proposed Commerce budget for fiscal year 2019 spends $2.3 million more than the current budget. The budget anticipates $36.3 million in revenue, including utilities.
Source: Jackson County News

Dallas Police Chief Joe Duvall congratulates photographer Desiree Griffiths, Best of Show winner with her photograph titled Historic Paulding County Courthouse.
Source: Dallas New Era

The lush little downtown oases that are Savannah’s squares provide a public space for residents and visitors alike. Holding its annual convention here this week, the Congress for the New Urbanism took advantage of them for several of its receptions, but also planned to meet in an unlikely spot: the Civic Center parking lot.
Source: Savannah Morning News

A “Call for Proposal” has been issued by the Arts, Culture & Historical Resources Department for the 2019 Cultural & Arts Investment Program. The Cultural & Arts Investment Program asks organizations that contribute public art classes, exhibits, music and art festivals and other cultural enhancements to submit proposals for city council to consider entering into partnership agreements.
Source: Savannah Morning News

The city’s alcohol licensing process has spurred some lengthy debates over whether a business should be able to sell beer, wine and liquor, as area residents try to convince the mayor and Savannah aldermen during public hearings to deny the application.
Source: Savannah Morning News

The owners of two Tybee billboards damaged by Hurricane Matthew in 2016 are facing opposition as they try to replace them. The signs, on separate parcels with separate owners, were located on Highway 80 at Horse Pen Creek between the Tybee Post Office and Waves Surf Shop.
Source: Savannah Morning News

The city is fine-tuning the fire fee database to ensure the fee is applied fairly across all property classifications prior to bills being sent out later this fall, according to a press release issued Tuesday afternoon.
Source: Savannah Morning News

Juveniles are being arrested throughout Savannah, but a recent examination revealed that many of the young offenders live in certain concentrated areas of the city, according to report last week by Jonas Subaar, a management analyst with Savannah police.
Source: Savannah Morning News

The 103 records requested by the City of Metter last week as part of Service Delivery Strategy Negotiations are needed to help the city prepare for mediation, according to City Manager Mandi Cody.
Source: Metter Advertiser

Brookhaven officials are courting the DeKalb County School District with financial incentives in an attempt to change its mind on moving the new Cross Keys High School out of the city. At least once school board member remains hopeful it will do so.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

The Sandy Springs City Council held its “historic” first meeting May 15 at its new home in City Springs’ Studio Theatre, a large, theatrical venue where Mayor Rusty Paul welcomed a modest audience in artistic terms.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

The council adopted a resolution amending the city’s personnel policies to restrict the carrying of firearms by city employees.
Source: Early County News

The Troup County Board of Commissioners approved an intergovernmental agreement on Tuesday that will allow the West Point Police Department to use Troup County Sheriff’s Office deputies.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

Last week, the Calumet Park Neighborhood Association submitted a request that the LaGrange City Council help fund a new program called the Blueprint for Leadership and Success Program.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

Augusta Mayor Hardie Davis spoke at length about a proposal to build Augusta’s new civic center at the privately owned Regency Mall during a Thursday interview with The Augusta Chronicle streamed live on Facebook.
Source: Augusta Chronicle

Augusta mayor candidate Gould Hagler doesn’t think his lack of political experience is a hindrance, because he’s held other leadership roles. And he’s already familiar with Robert’s Rules of Order, the procedural rules used by the mayor to conduct Augusta Commission meetings.
Source: Augusta Chronicle

The Augusta Commission again squabbled over the stormwater fee and denied exempting any area of the county from paying but did schedule a workshop to learn more about what the program does and hear concerns about unequal service to rural areas.
Source: Augusta Chronicle

Letting your parking meter expire may cost you more next year. Part of Athens-Clarke County’s proposed 2019 fiscal year budget is a proposal to raise parking fines.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

The city of South Fulton recently earned recognition as a qualified local government by the Georgia Department of Community Affairs. “The new-found status permits the city access to a package of financial resources from DCA and local, state and federal entities,” city spokeswoman Ashley Minter-Osanyinbi said in a statement.
Source: Neighbor News

Center Park at Centerville is the cornerstone of development downtown. It serves the purpose as just a fun place, it will give that greater sense of place to our area and we also see it spurring private investment, particularly to seven acres adjacent to the park property.
Source: Macon Telegraph

A new Macon-Bibb County commissioner could play a pivotal role in whether people pay more property taxes this year. Three candidates are vying for the seat left vacant by Gary Bechtel, who is running for state legislature. And a new commissioner’s single vote could be the deciding factor for a budget that now proposes increasing the millage rate by 3.7 mills.
Source: Macon Telegraph

Two Macon-Bibb County commissioners want an in-depth look into the county finances. And that push for a forensic audit led to Mayor Robert Reichert and one of the commissioners trading verbal jabs at each other.
Source: Macon Telegraph

White County Government will take a 14-percent cut in funds if a proposed continuation of the current 1-cent sales tax is approved by voters in November. The cities of Cleveland and Helen had been lobbying for an increase in their share of SPLOST money.
Source: Access North Georgia

Next week, Atlanta City Council is scheduled to consider expanding Piedmont Park, but the plan may be in for a rough ride. The proposal is to spend $20 million to buy almost three acres of land at the corner of Piedmont and Monroe.
Source: WABE

Stockbridge has filed a lawsuit against Henry County commissioners and voting officials. It’s an attempt to keep itself together. The lawsuit, filed in Henry County Superior Court, asks a judge to stop a vote that could form the new city of Eagle’s Landing.
Source: WABE

Beginning Jan. 1, 2020, no elected official in Johns Creek will be able to serve more than three consecutive terms. This is now law in the city after Gov. Nathan Deal signed legislation that approved an amendment to the city’s charter, enacting term limits on the mayor and council members.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Is county growth leading to a situation where some residents may not have have adequate access to emergency medical care? Patterson mayor R.D. (Dedi) Thomas thinks so. County Chairman Neal Bennett says he isn’t so sure.
Source: Blackshear Times

One year after greenlighting the project, Newnan will begin construction on the LINC June 4, according to city officials. Construction is expected to close a section of Lower Fayetteville Road for around 30 days, according to Assistant City Manager Hasco Craver.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald

Johns Creek has entered the fourth and final year of its program to resurface neighborhood subdivisions and main roads throughout the city.
Source: NorthFulton.com

The Monticello City Council discussed and approved the advertising of their five year history and digest as they move into further FY19 budget discussions.
Source: Monticello News

Candidates for city office gathered one last time before Tuesday’s election to outline their views for Alpharetta’s future.
Source: NorthFulton.com

The Lilburn City Council recently approved an ordinance allowing drive-thru or service windows at package (liquor) store locations in the city.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Following a public hearing, the Duluth City Council recently approved a rezoning request that will allow for the construction of 55 attached single-family townhomes. The project consists of 3 tax parcels on 6.1 acres on Duluth Highway/State Route 120 less than ¼ mile from downtown Duluth and falls within the city’s Downtown Overlay District.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

During Georgia Cities Week, the City of Waynesboro recognized local students for their submissions in the “If I Were Mayor” essay contest.
Source: Waynesboro True Citizen

In an effort to reach the city’s sustainability goals, the Norcross Department of Community Development is implementing a new online ePlan Solution for plan review and permitting needs. The program will reduce paperwork and vehicle trips to and from City Hall.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Lawrenceville is alerting drivers now to prepare for the two-way conversion of Perry Street and Clayton Street set to begin on July 9. The changeover on Perry and Clayton Streets from Pike Street south to the merge will take place over several weeks beginning July 9 based on the amount of work accomplished by crews on the previous night.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The McDonough City Council approved at its May 3 workshop meeting the allocation of $399,965.64 for the purchase and installation of a splash pad and playground at Avalon Park.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Academy will teach students about the Police Department and encourages a positive relationship between Chamblee youth and law enforcement.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Equipping sworn Roswell police officers with a medication to reverse opiate overdoses, and seeking federal funding for officers’ bulletproof vests, have been approved by the City Council.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

After several months’ delay and the issuance of a second request for proposals, the Sandy Springs City Council has renewed the management contract for the city’s tennis center with Groslimond Tennis Services.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Eighth-graders from Stockbridge Middle School visited their local government on May 11.
Source: Henry Daily Herald

More than 125 beers, ciders and wines from around Georgia will be on tap at Lilburn City Park this weekend.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

The Rome Judicial Circuit has a new chief public defender in Sean Lowe, a 13-year veteran of the Georgia Public Defender Council who replaces the retired Teddy Lee Henley.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

Voters in Villa Rica could decide in November whether the city can create special districts where tax dollars encourage redevelopment.
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian

The search for a new Thomasville city manager is officially underway.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise

Voters in Villa Rica could decide in November whether the city can create special districts where tax dollars encourage redevelopment.
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian

Think of it as a gym membership for start-up companies.
Source: Augusta Chronicle

The Gainesville City Council voted Tuesday, May 15, to approve plans for the Community Development Block Grant, an annual allocation Gainesville receives from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Source: Gainesville Times

City and county officials and residents came together Wednesday morning to honor fallen law enforcement officers during the Savannah Police Department’s annual Police Memorial Ceremony.
Source: Savannah Morning News

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms' first budget calls for $667.3 million in general-fund spending, an increase of $18.7 million over this year's budget adopted by the city council last June.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

Uber's newest feature coming to Atlanta offers cheaper prices for those willing to share a vehicle and do a little walking.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

Some property owners near the new airport site are concerned that they have not yet been contacted.
Source: Griffin Daily News

The Sandy Springs City Council approved contracts May 15 that opted for stability in the city’s Tennis Center, Call Center and parks and courts departments.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

The city of Stockbridge’s bond rating could be negatively affected by the Eagle’s Landing legislation.
Source: WABE

The city of Sandy Springs continues to tweak its false alarm ordinance in an effort to quell its ongoing battle with alarm companies and respond to their requests.
Source: Neighbor News

Is it worth pouring more money — potentially millions — into a building that sits empty most of the time? That's what Warner Robins City Council members are trying to decide as they look at whether to tear down or renovate the Homer J. Walker Civic Center.
Source: Macon Telegraph

The Stockbridge City Council approved the costs of repairing a fountain that was damaged last year when Hurricane Irma ripped through the area.
Source: Henry Daily Herald

After months of deliberation and public input Rome's Downtown Development Authority has passed a new parking program on to the full city commission for approval. The plan creates free parking in all of the public decks downtown in exchange for paid parking on Broad Street.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

Flowery Branch leaders proudly showed off their new City Hall complex to the South Hall Business Coalition Tuesday morning, but it became obvious as City Manager Bill Andrew spoke that the new structure is just the “tip of the iceberg” in terms of the city’s increasing presence in southern Hall County.
Source: Access North Georgia

The Jonesboro City Council is making sure regulations are in place to govern liquor stores — if and when one opens in the city.
Source: Clayton News Daily

As part of what officials called a “housekeeping” measure, the city of Stockbridge formally approved a measure that would allow alcohol to be served at two of its facilities.
Source: Henry Daily Herald

It was Atlanta’s acting Chief Operating Officer’s third day on the job when a malware attack hit the city’s computer system two months ago. Richard Cox called it “the most interesting beginning of any job I’ve ever had in my life.” He said this is considered one of the biggest malware attacks on a municipality in the United States.
Source: WABE

In Rome and Floyd County history, 20 law enforcement officers have fallen in the line of duty. They'll be honored at a ceremony Friday marking Peace Officers Memorial Day.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

The Madison Mayor and City Council fired back against accusations of secrecy and lack of transparency during Monday evening’s regular meeting.
Source: Morgan County Citizen

“Local governments do not like the idea of being told that they’ve got to put up poles wherever the providers want to put them, rather than having control over their rights of way,” state Rep. Jay Powell said.
Source: WABE

Grayson officials have selected Bayne Development Group to construct the city’s “ampavilion,” a structure formed by a center stage with open pavilions on each side. Plans for the building at 475 Grayson Parkway include restrooms, ramps, and storage area.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The city of East Point is giving people the opportunity to clear their arrest record for non-violent crimes committed in the City through the city’s Expungement Fair and Job Fair 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 19 and Friday, June 1, according to a press release.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Roswell City Council has approved a partnership with the Horseshoe Bend Community Association to plant 17 trees at the Tom Harris Meadow area.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

By Administrative Standing Order, Chief Judge Portis of the Municipal Court of Atlanta announced the formation of a new improvement task force to develop a comprehensive Report and Recommendation for the Court.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

City residents wake up and brew a cup of coffee, take a hot shower and brush their teeth every morning before heading out for the day.
Source: Valdosta Daily Times

Thomasville Mayor Greg Hobbs wore two hats in Monday city council action.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise

In a surprise move, Thomasville Mayor Greg Hobbs asked city council members Monday to consider adopting a Thomas County government plan for a stretch of South Pinetree Boulevard.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise

The Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation celebrated Wednesday afternoon by presenting $41,047 dollars worth of life-saving equipment grants awarded to a school and three public safety organizations. Two of those public safety organizations were the Perry Fire Department and Warner Robins Fire Department.
Source: Houston Home Journal

Perry City Council is currently considering adjustments being made to the utility billing process. The current billing process is consisted of 5 cycles per month that are: service dates, due dates, penalty dates, auto calls and disconnect day.
Source: Houston Home Journal

Several considerations were made for the planning commission in Tuesday night’s City Council Meeting. The most notable consideration approved was adding short-term rental to the City of Bainbridge zoning ordinance.
Source: Bainbridge Post-Searchlight

City council members toured downtown’s historic Jones Building last week to see cleanup work in progress since the project began last October. Personnel from the Garbutt Construction Co. and from the architectural firm Lord Aeck Sargent took officials through the expanse of space that is now awaiting a revival of purpose
Source: Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News

Litter isn’t at the top of most Athenians’ lists of local community problems, but it costs them plenty. Clean-up and other issues related to litter and illegal dumping issues ate up an estimated $718,702 of the government’s money last year.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Lula Mayor Jim Grier is proposing the city council consider a budget amendment that would allow the city to get a head start on branding itself before the end of the fiscal year.
Source: Access North Georgia

Oakwood City Council tabled one planned residential development request, pulled one from the table and approved two during their meeting Monday.
Source: Access North Georgia

Griffin's Board of Commissioners approved a quit claim deed from the Griffin Housing Authority for the acquisition of an Anne Street property. As part of the city's redevelopment plan, the Griffin Housing Authority helped the city with the property's purchase.
Source: Griffin Daily News

Creating a new city of Eagles Landing south of Atlanta out of portions of the existing city of Stockbridge would hurt Stockbridge's credit rating by reducing its tax base, Moody's reported Monday.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

The city of Stockbridge recently joined the Welcoming America initiative. According to a news release, the national grassroots program offers a network to help nonprofit and government partners transform communities into more welcoming places.
Source: Neighbor News

Union City proclaimed the week of May 6 to 12 as Municipal Clerks Week. According to a news release, its purpose was to acknowledge and honor City Clerk Shandrella Jewett and all city clerks for their commitment to cities and communities.
Source: Neighbor News

City Council members are praising the revamped sidewalk ordinance as one that promises “sidewalks to everywhere.” But some builders complain requiring them to construct sidewalks in front of new homes only leads to “sidewalks to nowhere.”
Source: Reporter Newspapers

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms answered a question from former Atlanta Mayor Sam Massell Monday. The topic? The idea of Buckhead separating itself from the City of Atlanta.
Source: WABE

A vacant lot on the corner of Spring and Wheat Streets on the west side of Newnan is slowly being transformed into a bountiful garden oasis.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald

Hinesville City Council on May 3 approved funding to recover from a ransomware computer attack that crippled the city’s network Feb. 20 and to try to keep it from happening again.
Source: Hinesville Coastal Courier

The federal government’s plan to construct a federal courthouse annex is the latest proposal to spur rebuke largely due to the inclusion of a parking lot on the northeast trust lot of Telfair Square. “It just isn’t what we want in downtown Savannah on Telfair Square,” said Scott Barnard, a member of an advisory committee for the project.
Source: Savannah Morning News

Part of the effort to revitalize downtown Augusta is creating greater access and use of the Savannah River, according to the Convention and Visitors Bureau. Four Augusta University marketing students have an idea that could help with that and attract more millennials to downtown: an annual dinner along the Fifth Street Bridge called Bridging the Gap.
Source: Augusta Chronicle

“This is a gem we’ll continue to polish.” So said Winterville Mayor Dodd Ferrelle on Friday afternoon at a check-presentation celebration at the city’s venerable auditorium, which is experiencing new life, thanks to some much-needed funding and a whole lot of sweat equity.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Athens-Clarke County Mayor Nancy Denson’s general fund operating budget for next year calls for $4.3 million in additional spending, but no change in the county’s property tax rate of 13.95 mills.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

A proposed new timetable for a planned streetscape project on Clayton Street would divide the project into phases to avoid conflicts with downtown’s busiest shopping times, such as football season.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Walton County’s cities converged on the Monroe Golf & Country Club on Wednesday to participate in the Walton Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon. The theme was “State of the Cities.” Mayors talked about the rapid growth every city is seeing, the ways cities have found to work together and how they want to make Walton County a place where their kids and grandkids will want to live, work and play.
Source: Walton Tribune

A 282-home development got the green light from Loganville City Council on Thursday. The plan for 101.846 acres at 2467 Claude Brewer Road required three separate votes — one to annex the property, one to rezone the property and one for a major variance on greenspace.
Source: Walton Tribune

More Loganville residents spoke against a proposed $12.4 million city budget at Thursday’s second budget hearing before Loganville City Council approved the spending measure by a 5-1 vote.
Source: Walton Tribune

Visitors to downtown Sugar Hill may soon be able to enjoy an adult beverage while strolling through downtown, if city council on Monday approves the creation of a new "entertainment district."
Source: Access North Georgia

The job of Dunwoody’s top planning official doesn’t call for athletic leaps or pirouettes. But Richard McLeod danced his way to the position after a career jump from the world of ballet, where his international tours led him to fall in love with city planning.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

What’s in a name? That’s what the mayor and City Council are now trying to determine. A new proposed policy on what and who public facilities can be named for and the process to do so was discussed last month and a vote on the policy could take place at the council’s May 21 meeting.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

As Sandy Springs develops a fiscal year 2019 budget for a City Council presentation May 15, the wish list ranges from public safety improvements and City Springs subsidies to a dog park and water system upgrades.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

A recent sunny Sunday afternoon brought more than a dozen people together on Briarwood Road, just down the street from Northeast Plaza, to take a walking tour of where the new Peachtree Creek Greenway is planned to be built.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

The city of Atlanta would contribute $100,000 toward a $1.5 million trail that would run along the Chattahoochee River for 100 miles under an ordinance introduced by Councilman Dustin Hillis.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

A local Boy Scout is using his skills to bring a little more color to several downtown businesses. The objectives of the project are to encourage sustainability, community involvement, and unity in design by introducing 12 cedar box planters to downtown Newnan filled with pollinator plants.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald

Changes in the way City Council members vote and how they are compensated, the power of the mayor to appoint council committees, and the authority of the city manager to execute contracts are proposed as Milton moves to modify its charter.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Most motorists couldn’t tell a “chicane” from a “bulbout,” but they’re among the 17 options in Johns Creek’s “toolbox” to get drivers to slow down.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

To make its City DataHub more accessible “and leverage the use of technology,” Johns Creek has announced that it’s launched its own Amazon Alexa “skill” and says it’s the first city in the world to use open data with the digital assistant.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Alpharetta City Council has approved a $129,863 design contract with Jacobs Inc. to draw up a master plan for Wills Park and its Equestrian Center.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Brown, tan and light gray tree branches snake up the side of Mitchell Road, each limb gesturing to a bright mosaic tile as if beckoning the passerby to step closer.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

A proposal for a 75-acre mixed-use development on Limestone Parkway has been tabled until next month by the Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board.
Source: Gainesville Times

John T. Howard II said he had no intention of getting back into local politics any time soon, but the untimely death of city council member Dexter King made him start thinking otherwise.
Source: Monroe County Reporter

After following Forsyth city government closely for many years, Ronald Bearden has decided to run for a seat on city council.
Source: Monroe County Reporter

Valdosta City Council approved an ordinance Thursday that will allow a senior living facility to be built on North Ashley Street.
Source: Valdosta Daily Times

The City of Thomasville has been designated as an accredited Georgia Exceptional Main Street (GEMS) program by the Georgia Department of Community Affairs and the National Main Street Center.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise

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