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At the 2018 Engineering and Operations Conference held by Electric Cities of Georgia, Adam Wall, Electrical Distribution Superintendent for the City of Ellaville, received a "System Improvement Award."
Source: Tattnall Journal


At the conclusion of the July Ellaville City Council meeting, Councilman Jason Hoch read his resignation to the group. Expressing his gratitude to the Council, the City, and the community for the opportunity to serve, he went on to say that he and his wife, Ruth Ann, are relocating to Grovetown, Georgia to be close to his family.
Source: Tattnall Journal


Savannah’s new police chief says he plans to get out in the community and do a lot of listening when he takes office next month. Roy Minter complimented the police force and city leaders Thursday at his first press conference, saying he’ll build on the work they’re already doing. He laid out three goals for the community.
Source: GPB News


There are no less than 50 industrial and manufacturing companies located within a three-mile radius of the city's downtown, with more manufacturing steadily arriving. So why has Ball Ground become such a magnet for industry?
Source: Pickens County Progress


Hiawassee Mayor Liz Ordiales and Young Harris Mayor Andrea Gibby both attended the 2018 Georgia Municipal Association Annual Convention at the Savannah International Trade & Convention Center in June.
Source: Towns County Herald


The Economic Development subcommittee of the Augusta Commission talked Thursday about what to do now with current assets to attract more tourists and what could be created to bring in more.
Source: Augusta Chronicle


Before Flowery Branch government moved into their new 18,000-square feet city hall complex in February they envisioned renting out the largest room in the $5.3-million facility – the Community Room where the city council holds its meetings.
Source: Access North Georgia


There is always more to learn in the ever-challenging world of law enforcement. Sometimes that learning occurs outside the U.S. It was in Israel during June that Peachtree City Assistant Police Chief Stan Pye and Ga. Bureau of Investigation Deputy Director Scott Dutton joined a group of colleagues in a public safety leadership program through the Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange (GILEE).
Source: Fayette Citizen


Decatur City Manager Peggy Merriss on Monday night announced her intention to retire at the end of this year. Merriss made her announcement at the end of the July 16 City Commission meeting. Her last day will be Dec. 31, 2018.
Source: Decaturish.com


A new trend of “dockless” rental bikes and scooters that can be parked anywhere — including on streets and sidewalks — has local cities considering new policies to cope with the technology. Atlanta is considering new regulations and Brookhaven has postponed its review of a pitch from one of the rental companies.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


The Hiawassee City Council approved a $36,133 contract for property risk insurance with the Georgia Interlocal Risk Management Agency, or GIRMA.
Source: Towns County Herald


The Sandy Springs City Council approved an agreement to house prisoners at the city of Smyrna’s jail at its July 17 meeting. Sandy Springs prisoners were formerly transported to and housed at Pickens County’s jail.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


Brookhaven Park at the corner of Peachtree Road and Osborne Road with its acres of grassy fields has, over the years, become a de facto off-leash dog park for residents and dog owners living throughout metro Atlanta.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


As a $2.5 billion project list that forms the backbone of the city of Atlanta’s largest-ever transit investment rolls toward a September vote, some key players aren’t yet on board.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle


The three-year-long saga between the city council and Roberta Green-Garrett entered a new chapter when a majority of the members approved a consent order which will allow the local business woman to move forward with her plan to replace the Parks and Butler buildings with a chain hotel on the edge of the historic square.
Source: Dahlonega Nugget


A quorum of Monticello City Council members approved a number of measures during their regular meeting Tuesday including the reaffirmation of three percent pay raises for city employees.
Source: Monticello News


The Monticello City Council met in a called meeting Monday to review city manager applications, discuss merit raises, and determine if an interim city manager was needed.
Source: Monticello News


“We are going to have a path that connects from Centennial Olympic Park all the way to Alabama."
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle


City and county officials have joined forces to insure residents are knowledgeable about gun violence, and they started out the month with a two-day event to promote awareness.
Source: Waynesboro True Citizen


Following a significant rate reduction in early 2018, the Downtown Sanitation Program is now running a six-figure deficit.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald


A veteran sheriff’s deputy is trading in his lieutenant brass to be the top cop in a neighboring city.
Source: Waynesboro True Citizen


The Sandy Springs City Council has approved earlier Sunday serving hours for alcohol for on-the-premises consumption, provided voters approve in a Nov. 6 referendum
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The Alpharetta City Council advanced a Nov. 6 referendum on earlier alcohol-serving hours on Sunday, but delayed consideration of a companion ordinance that would actually implement the change.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The Alpharetta City Council has advanced an ordinance calling a Nov. 6 referendum to ask voters to approve a new, local homestead exemption, and approved a resolution calling on a state legislator to seek additional property tax relief for residents.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The Roswell City Council has approved a continuing partnership with the Historic Roswell Beautification Project LLC and contributing $50,000 toward the organization’s expenses for planters, landscaping, tree replacement and other costs.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


A Georgia Budget and Policy Institute report published Thursday estimates local governments spend roughly $9 million annually statewide honoring federal immigration requests to detain immigrants, while only being reimbursed partly from the federal government.
Source: Gainesville Times


Gainesville has approved funding for expansions to the Main Street parking deck, with renovations set to begin later this year.
Source: Gainesville Times


Two more public hearings will be scheduled for resident input on South Pinetree Boulevard improvements.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise


Dwight Harris, who runs the Dwight Harris Boys Club and the Dwight Harris Boys Club Basketball Summer League, was honored Wednesday night, July 18, by the Americus City Council with the “Keys to the City” for his years of service providing summer basketball for kids in the community.
Source: Americus Times-Recorder


The McDonough City Council lent its unanimous approval to a full rollback of its millage rate for the 2018-19 fiscal year at its meeting Monday.
Source: Henry Daily Herald


The Downtown Development Authority approved a revolving fund loan to Cave Spring Trading Co. Thursday for work at the Vogue building, 247 Broad St. The total value of the catering business-related renovations to convert the former retail space into a two-story special events center is estimated at $380,000.
Source: Rome News-Tribune


A new curfew ordinance targeting issues with unsupervised minors in the city, particularly the downtown area and parking decks, is being finalized for consideration by the Rome City Commission.
Source: Rome News-Tribune


Peachtree Corners Mayor Mike Mason came back to the city’s future time and again as he delivered his State of the City Address to residents and business leaders Thursday night.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post


The city of Carrollton has been recognized by the Road Runners Club of America as one of the top five “runner friendly” communities in the nation.
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian


Temple residents will get a say in the future development of their city during a “visioning session” on Thursday concerning the town’s comprehensive plan.
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian


Last week, you may have noticed new solar powered boxes and signage at five locations throughout the city. Each tells four stories about murals or points of interest in Colquitt, with a map to supplement the walking tour of Colquitt
Source: Miller County Liberal


With dirt already turned and site work proceeding, JE Dunn Construction had a head start on the neighborhood resource center the city is building along Pennsylvania Avenue as city officials held a groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday for the $7.3 million project.
Source: Savannah Morning News


Out of a job following the death of his employer, Jesse Saures went on to start his own landscaping business with the help of his wife, DaShay Saures.
Source: Savannah Morning News


When I moved to Savannah in 1995, I started taking Tai Chi classes in the evening at a business on Bay Street, so I drove from my apartment near Forsyth Park.
Source: Savannah Morning News


Local planning officials got a first look Tuesday at some potential road improvement projects that could be considered by the city of Oakwood in the coming years.
Source: Access North Georgia


Fayetteville firefighter and paramedic Jody Weller was awarded the VFW National Firefighter Award at the June 21 meeting of the Fayetteville City Council. Weller is the third city firefighter to receive the prestigious award.
Source: Fayette Citizen


Representatives of the Fayette County Development Authority (FCDA) on July 10 gave the Peachtree City Council an overview of revenue rationale set to begin its third year. Peachtree City’s contribution previously increased to $146,000 from $80,000, and with it came a switch from a business retention staff to a full-service development authority.
Source: Fayette Citizen


Henry County Superior Court Judge Arch McGarity on July 18 denied the city of Stockbridge’s injunction against Henry County commissioners and election officials. Stockbridge Mayor Anthony S. Ford said the city is not defeated but stands unified.
Source: Neighbor News


It may take a few years, but drivers in South Fulton will feel more secure about taking the bridges spanning two of the city’s creeks.
Source: Neighbor News


The Sandy Springs City Council debated two options for new control of fireworks use that is allowed under a new state law that took effect July 1.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


Residents got an up-close look at a future park on Buckhead’s Loridans Drive at Ga. 400 before the latest public input meeting on July 12. The 1.5-acre city-owned lot is the site of the former D.F. McClatchey Elementary School and also has a cemetery dating to around 1852.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


Flowery Branch’s Nov. 6 special is set, as two people qualified this week to replace late Councilman Fred Richards
Source: Gainesville Times


The Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation & Aquatic Center in Atlanta has received a LEED Gold rating from the U.S. Green Building Council. The center, built by Winter Johnson FS360, includes several runoff reducing features, low-flow plumbing fixtures, indoor air filtration and enough natural light to reduce the use of electricity.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle


Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms mixed a little church and state Sunday by reportedly voicing her endorsement for Georgia's next governor from the pulpit of Ebenezer Baptist Church.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle


In the wake of an increasing number of complaints concerning animals inside the City of Washington, the City Council passed an updated version of its chapter on animals in the Code of Ordinances.
Source: Washington News-Reporter


Thomasville City Council could pick a design firm to look at Paradise Park improvements next week.
Source: thomasv


eDonalsonville, a Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP) centered in Donalsonville, is back on line, and beginning in August of this year, will provide eLTE and other internet-based services to residents and businesses in Donalsonville and the surrounding areas.
Source: Donalsonville News


In addition to being the Mayor of Ocilla, GA, I have started a new project called Small Town Podcast that highlights small towns that are often overshadowed by bigger cities.
Source: Miller County Liberal


A proposal for a merger of police services between the Claxton and Hagan Police Departments was presented this week at the towns’ respective council meetings.
Source: Claxton Enterprise


At a June 19 special called meeting the council adopted an ordinance allowing for alcohol consumption on the premises of restaurants and hotels and Sunday sales of alcohol as approved by city voters in the May 22 special elections.
Source: Early County News


During Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, the Planning Commission recommended to allow personal care home businesses to only be allowed in the commercial district.
Source: Bainbridge Post-Searchlight


Establishing a downtown “entertainment district” could possibly streamline future event planning, according to city officials.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald


While the city of Chamblee conducts a search for its next police chief, Assistant Chief Mike Beller will serve as the interim leader.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


In a new study of the best- and worst-run large cities in the United States, Columbus ranks a highly respectable No. 24 overall and one of the best in the Southeast.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer


The Baldwin County Board of Commissioners will soon apply for a federal roads improvement grant that will benefit the residents of Milledgeville, too.
Source: Milledgeville Union Recorder


The Carrollton City Council plans to discuss the temporary usage of a vacant building by a business whose facility was destroyed by fire this month.
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian


Valdosta City Council will consider renaming West 3rd Avenue, between the 600 block of West Magnolia Street and the 600 block of Canal Street, to Eathel Way Avenue.
Source: Valdosta Daily Times


Perry City Council met Monday to discuss plans for the Sinclair gas station on Carroll Street that is steadily deteriorating. The city has requested design and building proposals for the stabilization of the former Sinclair gas station at the intersection of Carroll Street and Main Street, which is looked upon by citizens as a historic city landmark.
Source: Houston Home Journal


Dignitaries cut the ribbon on the City of Moultrie’s Wastewater Treatment Plant Tuesday morning, July 17.
Source: Moultrie Observer


Voters in Gainesville will decide in November whether to allow restaurants in the city to sell alcohol earlier on Sundays.
Source: Gainesville Times


With little discussion, the Sandy Springs City Council unanimously approved a previously controversial measure that legalizes a backyard swim business at its July 17 meeting.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


Charlene Glover is a woman on the move. As the mayor of Greenville – the county seat of Meriwether County – she has a full agenda of planning and meetings.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald


After more than a year of research and actual painting, a community mural will formally be unveiled this weekend in downtown Woodstock.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The vote by city council Tuesday evening to add a referendum question to the ballot was not unanimous but on November 6th residents of Gainesville will be asked: “Shall the governing authority of the City of Gainesville, Georgia, be authorized to permit and regulate Sunday sales of distilled spirits or alcoholic beverages for beverage purposes by the drink from 11:00 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.?”
Source: Access North Georgia


One candidate has qualified to run for a vacant city council post in Flowery Branch, and the qualifying period ends Wednesday afternoon.
Source: Access North Georgia


Joining other municipalities across metro Atlanta, the Holly Springs City Council has approved an ordinance rolling back to 11 a.m. the hours when restaurants can serve alcohol on Sundays, provided voters approve in a Nov. 6 referendum.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The state of local housing in Griffin and Spalding County was the topic of the first-ever town hall event held Tuesday at the Griffin Regional Welcome Center.
Source: Griffin Daily News


An attempt to overturn a mayoral veto was unsuccessful during Monday’s meeting of the Hogansville city council.
Source: LaGrange Daily News


The Canton Police department is launching its ‘Roving Roll Calls’ program in their continuing efforts to develop and strengthen their relationship with the citizens they serve.
Source: Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News


Residents of the Winslow neighborhood packed their clubhouse to hear from Stockbridge city leaders on Monday evening regarding a referendum pertaining to Eagles Landing cityhood.
Source: Henry Daily Herald


Johns Creek has announced it will roll back its millage rate for property tax purposes to 3.870 mills for 2018 from 4.360 mills last year, and has scheduled three public hearings to give residents a chance to comment on the proposed rate.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The Alpharetta City Council has approved the conversion of 27,000 square feet of in-line retail space to co-working office space at North Point Mall.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The city recently honored efforts by its Fire Department to raise funds for the Muscular Dystrophy Association with a proclamation marking April-September the “MDA Firefighter Appreciation” period in the city.
Source: NorthFulton.com


Maybe the turnout for our July 24 runoffs won’t be too bad, for a low-race election in the dead heat of summer.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer


Lt. Jose Ramirez of the Rincon Police Department is not a control freak. He surrenders all things — big and small — to God.
Source: Effingham Herald


The Norcross Cooperative Ministry, Georgia Department of Labor and Norcross First United Methodist Church are encouraging potential job seekers to update their resume and brush up on their interview skills.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post


The Rome City and Floyd County commissions are slated have their final property tax hearings next week, after which the 2018 millage rates will be adopted.
Source: Rome News-Tribune


Phillip Scholl isn’t chasing bad guys anymore. Instead, he is in hot pursuit of his dream.
Source: Effingham Herald


Main Street banners received companions Saturday in the form of 150 City Center Arts District street banners.
Source: Valdosta Daily Times


Dalton Public Schools will start the new school year with four school resource officers (SROs), up from three during the past school year, under an agreement approved Monday night by the City Council. The new SRO will be assigned to Dalton High School.
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen


A new organization, the Committee for the City of Eagles Landing, recently formed. According to a news release, it supports Senate bills 262 and 263, signed by Gov. Nathan Deal earlier this year and calling for a referendum on the Nov. 6 general election ballot.
Source: Neighbor News


The city of South Fulton has added three key administration professionals to its ranks.
Source: Neighbor News


The premiere AgTech Conference of the South comes to Alpharetta Conference Center July 23 through 25. This is Georgia’s first conference “dedicated to innovation and entrepreneurship that is shaping the future of agriculture,” according to the event website.
Source: Neighbor News


The Milton City Council on July 9 approved an update to the city’s noise ordinance relating to fireworks. Though residents will be permitted to set off fireworks at most times, the city can enforce its ordinance when they cause a “loud and unreasonable noise.”
Source: NorthFulton.com


There are not many instances where disbanding a city committee is cheered as “a good thing,” but those were the words Mayor Joe Lockwood uttered in dissolving the Milton Cultural Arts Committee.
Source: NorthFulton.com


Johns Creek faces a tough decision prioritizing future park projects as projections show costs exceed the $40 million parks bond passed by voters in 2016. At a July 9 work session, the City Council heard a presentation on the construction plans for three pocket parks and a concept plan for the larger Cauley Creek Park.
Source: NorthFulton.com


It’s been a frustrating couple of years for those following meetings at Alpharetta City Hall. After three years, countless blackouts and tens of thousands of dollars, officials are ready to scrap a state-of-the-art audio-visual system installed in the council chambers when the building opened in 2015.
Source: NorthFulton.com


The Woodstock City Council has approved on second reading the annexations and rezonings of two tracts totaling about 44.8 acres owned by the city and to be preserved as open space.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The Roswell City Council has given the green light to a Nov. 6 referendum that would seek voter approval for a new homestead exemption for property tax purposes.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Not only a soccer stadium, but also a 41,000-square-foot grocery store, two hotels, a movie theater, restaurants and a bank are parts of $160.5 million in projected private investment in search of an estimated $4.75 million in public funding, mostly for roads, from a tax allocation district inside Statesboro’s city limits.
Source: Statesboro Herald


Architect Patrick Shay stood in what will be a 460-seat theater surrounded by two layers of 12-inch concrete block walls that effectively shut out the sounds of traffic outside on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and other surrounding streets.
Source: Savannah Morning News


One thing that irks the city’s sanitation director, Gene Prevatt, is litter. Standing on a dirt road surrounded by grass-covered mounds of buried trash at the city’s landfill, Prevatt stops a garbage truck to show off the new banner stating “Litter Costs You” and “Keep Savannah Beautiful and Clean.”
Source: Savannah Morning News


Qualifying is set this week to fill the seat of Flowery Branch Councilman Fred Richards, who died in June.
Source: Gainesville Times


Pembroke Public Safety Director Williams Collins called two members of the city’s police department, William Wayne and Robert Denning, during the July 9 meeting of the city council and made official their promotions to detective sergeant and corporal respectively.
Source: Savannah Morning News


Setting the final millage rate and awarding a bid for the Pebblebrook water main replacement project are on the agenda for the Tifton City Council at its July 16 meeting.
Source: Tifton Gazette


Without the chain-link backstop at the far end of the field, it would look like an empty lot next to the Jamestown Community Center. But sometime next year, it could be a true football field hosting the grunts and thuds of practice.
Source: Augusta Chronicle


On June 21, the City of Thomasville was honored to be selected as a winner of two Landmarks 2018 Preservation Awards.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise


Augusta water and sewer rates would increase by 3 percent annually for the next five years, allowing Augusta Utilities Department to self-fund capital projects under a plan presented Thursday during a workshop for the Augusta Commission.
Source: Augusta Chronicle


Because Grovetown is growing, the city’s Fire Rescue division has to grow with it. That’s the message Councilman Eric Blair delivered to city officials during the city’s recent monthly council meeting.
Source: Augusta Chronicle


Starting Friday, Grovetown’s city workers will start seeing bigger paychecks. The Grovetown City Council voted at its monthly meeting this week to give pay raises to more than 100 employees, for varying reasons determined by a recently convened committee studying city wages.
Source: Augusta Chronicle


The LaGrange City Council discussed Tuesday a request from the Lafayette Alliance to display French and American flags on Lafayette Square on Sept. 6 in honor of its namesake’s birthday and the state and city holiday on that day.
Source: LaGrange Daily News


Millennials want to live where they can shop and play, and that's what makes the former Belk building at 307 S. Hamilton St. such an ideal location for apartments, says Barry Slaymaker, head of strategy for Barrett Properties.
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen


A vote is still more than a year away, but Athens-Clarke Commission is already gearing up to build a spending plan for up to $275 million in construction and other government infrastructure projects.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald


Walton County voters will decide whether to tax themselves, and anyone else who makes retail purchases in the county, in November with a renewed Special Purpose Local Option Sales tax.
Source: Walton Tribune


Public safety employees will get their raises in Loganville, and the newer members of the police and fire departments will benefit the most.
Source: Walton Tribune


A newly recognized winemaking region could help north Georgia make a name for itself as the “Napa Valley of the South.”
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle


The Clarkesville City Council will continue discussing whether hiring an outside management firm to oversee several city departments is in the best interest of the city’s residents.
Source: Access North Georgia


On Tuesday morning, the recently completed “Welcome to Cordele” mural painted on the side of the downtown Cordele Banking building was unveiled and dedicated to City Commissioner, Jeanie Bartee.
Source: Cordele Dispatch


The bright orange traffic cones move about the downtown Gainesville square like pieces on a chessboard. Each day some area of Main, Broad, Spring or Maple Streets receives attention to the beeping cadence of excavators, much like the beeping rhythm of a monitor in an operating room, signifying life.
Source: Access North Georgia


When JoAnn Ray decided a move to Texas was best for her, her children decided to donate some of her historic paintings to the Braselton Town Hall.
Source: Access North Georgia


An intergovernmental agreement (IGA) between Fayette County and Peachtree City dealing the future Crosstown Drive roundabout was adopted by the Fayette County Commission on June 28.
Source: Fayette Citizen


The Atlanta Police Department began deploying bicycle officers in Buckhead in May to help decrease response times to crimes.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


The proposed park over Ga. 400 in Buckhead has received its first grant from public money. Meanwhile, a neighborhood association survey found that nearly half of respondents do not support the park that would cap the highway between Peachtree and Lenox roads.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


Overnight in dozens of cities across the U.S., the electric scooters arrive, often without warning to public officials, parked along sidewalks and ready to be taken for a spin with a few taps on a smartphone.
Source: Associated Press


Atlanta wants to regulate all of those free-floating bikes and scooters that have popped up around the city. They’re known as dockless devices. People can rent them with their smart phones and leave them wherever they want.
Source: WABE


The Johns Creek Public Safety Foundation has received a $7,800 grant to buy three new, fully equipped, police bicycles and car racks to help patrol the planned Cauley Creek/Quail Hollow Park, the city announced.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The Alpharetta City Council has approved a private school’s request to rezone land so that it can be incorporated into its campus for a high school soccer field.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The Roswell City Council has passed a resolution saying it’s “encouraged” by a state proposal for a bus rapid transit station at Ga. 400 and Holcomb Bridge Road, but with the caveat that the Holcomb Bridge corridor needs to be improved as well.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The Roswell City Council has advanced a proposal under Georgia’s recently passed “Sunday brunch bill” to allow the earlier serving of alcohol on Sundays.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


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