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A government meeting turned into a running argument as Meigs City Council members debated a complaint of improper behavior regarding public works employees repairing a water fixture on private property.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise

City officials will consider a 2 percent pay raise for mayor and council for the first time since 2002.
Source: Valdosta Daily Times

Valdosta City Council will consider a $300,000 sidewalk project on Ulmer Avenue Thursday.
Source: Valdosta Daily Times

Gainesville’s new fiscal year begins July 1, and the City Council approved the budget for the next year on Tuesday. It includes a rolled back millage rate and funds for several capital projects.
Source: Gainesville Times

Ed Asbridge won a three-way race Tuesday, June 18, to fill Flowery Branch City Council’s Post 2 seat.Unofficial results showed that, with 351 of 502 votes cast in the special election, the retired businessman handily defeated Melissa Brooks and Chip McCallum.
Source: Gainesville Times

Dozens of volunteers fanned out across the city of Jackson on Saturday as part of the city’s Clean City Task Force litter cleanup day.
Source: Jackson Progress-Argus

The Atlanta City Council unanimously adopted a $677.6 million fiscal 2020 budget early Monday evening that gives city firefighters and 911 dispatchers a 3.1% raise and increases the minimum wage for city employees to $15 an hour.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

Voters in Flowery Branch Tuesday have selected Ed Asbridge to fill the unexpired city council term of Mary Jones, who resigned last year and then passed away earlier this year.
Source: Access North Georgia

The amendment regulating “alcoholic frozen consumables” is on the agenda for the council’s June 19 work session. The amendment proposes a new $500 annual permit for selling alcoholic frozen treats.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Chamblee Mayor Eric Clarkson clarified that the airport does not need the city’s permission to build the hangars, and the City Council is only voting whether to approve certain details regarding the look of the hangars near Clairmont Road.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The ordinance approved by the council makes it illegal to provide dockless devices to use in the city, leave them standing or lying in the right-of-way or on public property and to ride them in the city.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Johns Creek Convention and Visitors Bureau is hosting a series of community engagement events to design a gateway marker for the intersection of Kimball Bridge Road and State Bridge Road.
Source: NorthFulton.com

he current Pavement Condition Index scores for Alpharetta roadways stands at 68.6 on a scale of 1-100. That’s better than average, Sewczwicz said, but it’s below the city’s stated goal of a 75 rating.
Source: NorthFulton.com

Milton finalized its fourth land purchase through the 2016 Greenspace Bond and will take possession of 88 acres near Bethany Road and Providence Road, dubbed “Fields Crossroads.”
Source: NorthFulton.com

In an ongoing effort to address moisture problems at the Thomasville Municipal Building, city council members approved a new roof for the 144 E. Jackson St. structure.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise

The son of a prominent Valdosta civil rights activist is trying to start a branch of a national rights group in the city and plans to speak to city council Thursday.
Source: Valdosta Daily Times

A proposed 188-townhome development off Atlanta Highway/Ga. 13 was given the Oakwood Planning Commission’s OK Monday night.
Source: Gainesville Times

Dalton Public Works Director Benny Dunn said the effort to shore up the failing westbound lane of Botany Woods Drive was an emergency project, so he's not surprised that some unforeseen issues have been discovered.
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen

An Augusta Commission subcommittee debated whether to change city policy Monday but ultimately kept its "zero tolerance" stance for termination after a failed drug test.
Source: Augusta Chronicle

Thanks to Bellview AME Church, citizens hoping to pick up a summer job or a new full-time position didn’t have to look far. The group sponsored their second job fair, and those in and around Polk County were invited to Rockmart City Hall for walk-in interviews and help with filling out applications.
Source: Polk County Standard Journal

The Warner Robins City Council on Monday gave final approval to an ordinance that doubles its own salary.
Source: Macon Telegraph

Chatham County Board of Elections Supervisor Russell Bridges came before Pooler’s City Council on Monday with plans to divide two of Pooler’s voting precincts.Council tabled Bridges’ proposal until the next council meeting on July 1.
Source: Savannah Morning News

New Savannah Fire Chief Derik Minard was officially sworn-in Monday afternoon in City hall as the department’s 35th chief.
Source: Savannah Morning News

At Thursday’s meeting, the group passed new rules defining food and alcohol. Alcohol, in the new ordinances, only includes distilled spirits. Food now includes beer and wine.
Source: Walton Tribune

The Monroe City Council swatted away two applications for new development, one for an apartment complex on Charlotte Rowell Boulevard and another for a small shopping center on West Spring Street.
Source: Walton Tribune

Economic Development Director Shirlynn Brownell said plans are to make “Developers’ Day” an annual event. It is intended to raise the city’s profile among developers and businesses who are seeking places to build or even locate a corporate headquarters.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

Paulson said the recommendations that will be presented include: Build the toll lanes underneath the Northridge Road bridge. Residents there are concerned the flyover lanes would change the character of the area and bring more noise and pollution.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

The “one-stop transportation agency,” as the Mayor’s Office calls it, will combine existing functions of the Department of Public Works, the Office of Mobility and the Renew Atlanta and TSPLOST programs.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

The symposium is a partnership of the city, Crabapple Community Association, Milton Business Alliance and Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Milton is celebrating the week by giving away 150 packets of wildflower seeds at city hall. The weeklong pollinator party was approved by the United States Congress in 2007. The sponsor was then-Ga. Sen. Saxby Chambliss.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Other conditions of approval prohibit body or paint repair, outside storage or outside displays. There was no objection from the public.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Lawrenceville Lawn will not expand physically, but new amenities will be added, said Lisa Sherman, a city spokeswoman.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Unlike the BOMC, the URA can issue a bond anticipation note for financing five projects the city has given top priority. By issuing a BAN, the city has the ability to borrow money for those projects without needing the voter approval required by a general obligation bond.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Kennesaw has released an official mobile app that “puts city services at the fingertips of the community,” and allows residents to report concerns, locate local resources and access city-related information.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Gillsville, the oldest community in Hall County, may look to most people as nothing more than a few historic buildings lined up on Ga. 323/Ga. 52. It's one of those places where "if you blink, you'll miss it," as the old saying goes.
Source: Access North Georgia

Work on the former Kmart property on Hicks Drive will be cleared to start any time after tonight, when the Rome City Commission takes the last step to approve tax allocation district financing.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

The Peachtree City Photography Club announces the exhibition of an assortment of original photographs at the Peachtree City Library, as a part of the Peachtree City Library Arts Initiative. The photographs will be on exhibit until June 30.
Source: Fayette Citizen

Nearly 100 live oak trees that Pooler required developers to plant along the street in the Town Homes of Village Green neighborhood more than a decade ago face an uncertain future after a city attorney connected them to a trip and fall injury.
Source: Savannah Morning News

The first public hearing on Savannah’s long-awaited new zoning ordinance will be held at the 2 p.m. June 20 city council meeting.Called NewZo, the updated ordinance is expected to reduce incompatible zoning, reduce the need for variance requests and provide a framework for improving neglected neighborhoods.“
Source: Savannah Morning News

Grantville city officials will have to get approval from the city council to travel at city expense, effective July 1, no matter what type of event they will be attending.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald

The Milledgeville City Council has unanimously approved Hank Griffeth as interim city manager, effective immediately.
Source: Milledgeville Union Recorder

Dalton City Hall is getting some needed upgrades as workers replace failing roof tiles and gutters.
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen

At a recent Brunswick City Commission meeting, Mayor Cornell Harvey said it’s “time to take off the gloves” when dealing with Glynn County commissioners.
Source: Brunswick News

This year, the City of Thomasville is celebrating Solid Waste Appreciation Day on June 17 in honor of the men and women who work so diligently to keep our community clean.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise

Saft, a battery manufacturing company, was recognized by the city and county for being Supplier of the Year for The Boeing Company.
Source: Valdosta Daily Times

Brunswick City and Glynn County commissioners will come together Tuesday at a joint meeting to hear about the upcoming 2020 census.
Source: Brunswick News

The Lula City Council plans to approve a budget Monday that continues the city’s tradition of not collecting property taxes and that keeps water and sewer rates the same.
Source: Gainesville Times

The special election to fill Flowery Branch City Council’s Post 2 seat is set for Tuesday, June 18. Voting on Tuesday will take place 7 a.m.-7 p.m. at City Hall, 5410 W. Pine St.
Source: Gainesville Times

Union Point Mayor Lanier Rhodes recognizes that money is tight in his small city. So when he found out his town had been awarded a $15,000 Doppelt Family Trail Development Fund grant from the Rails-To-Trails Conservancy in early June, he was ecstatic.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

When James Pratt Jr. addressed the Albany City Commission at that board’s most recent meeting to talk about formation of a more structured citizen-led Gang Task Force, he wasn’t just engaging in wishful thinking.
Source: Albany Herald

The Atlanta Police Department has issued a scooter safety video on YouTube. The video outline basic rules of the road for the controversial vehicles.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

The biggest projects listed on Smyrna’s preliminary five-year SPLOST list include $15 million toward a municipal services annex, $6 million toward road resurfacing, $4.5 million for a downtown parking deck and $8 million toward an aquatic gymnastics and family learning library.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal

"It is about improving the outcomes for young men of color,” Bottoms said. “And we are very fortunate in the city of Atlanta that we received an ask from my brother's keeper to re-engage."
Source: GPB News

Hertz said that most of the criticism of the airport has revolved around the procurement process of concessions and contracts.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

They'll be trying to fill the unexpired term of Mary Jones, who resigned last December. Jones, who cited "health reasons" for her resignation, according to Mayor Mike Miller, died early last month. Her seat on the council has remained vacant since her resignation.
Source: Access North Georgia

While the number of officers hasn’t increased, the volume of visitors and large special events has. Helen remains the third most-visited city in Georgia and is drawing more and more media attention, including recent filming of a TV movie in the downtown area.
Source: Access North Georgia

The organizers of the annual Rivers Alive cleanup in the Mulberry River watershed report this year's effort led to the removal of nearly two tons of trash and debris, including 48 car or truck tires.
Source: Access North Georgia

Roswell residents will have the opportunity to buy do-it-yourself rain barrel kits, a program of the city and Keep Roswell Beautiful.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

In addition, four part-time positions will be converted to full-time. The budget also reflects an employer health insurance increase and a three percent merit increase for all full-time and permanent part-time employees.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

By adopting a millage rate of 4.806, which is the same as last year, Dacula must advertise a tax increase due to increased property values.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Over the next few months, the greens will be changed from bentgrass to TifEagle Bermuda, she said. With TifEagle being a warm-season grass, it will significantly improve the playing conditions year-round, she added.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Rutledge City Council last Thursday approved a 120 day moratorium on any building within the city limits that would require a re-zoning hearing.
Source: Morgan County Citizen

Carrollton Main Street’s Market Day on June 15 will highlight locally-made and locally-grown products in the heart of the city’s original trading district, according to a press release from market organizers.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

Gainesville is currently sending its recycling to Athens, but the City Council will vote Tuesday on an agreement with Hall County that can help the city avoid having to raise the rates it charges residents.
Source: Gainesville Times

On Wednesday evening, community partners gathered at the LaGrange Housing Authority to celebrate the ribbon cutting of LaGrange’s first SmartFlower, a ground-mounted solar panel system that tracks the sun and produces solar energy.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

Representatives from Coweta County and its municipalities passed an intergovernmental agreement Wednesday night for a single county TSPLOST.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald

Neighbors, city staff and elected officials celebrated the opening of Sylvan Terrace Park on Thursday.
Source: Savannah Morning News

Community advocate and former executive director of the Rape Crisis Center of the Coastal Empire Kesha Gibson-Carter has announced her intention to run for the Post 1 At-Large aldermanic seat for Savannah.
Source: Savannah Morning News

Drew Raessler recently resigned as Athens-Clarke County Transportation and Public Works director to accept a position as deputy director of the Cobb County Department of Transportation.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

After sitting vacant for two years, a former Super Target in East Roswell could become a $75 million development with hundreds of apartments connected to retail and restaurants.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Crabapple Market’s footprint in the downtown area could soon expand with new construction phases coming down the pipeline and a potential addition to The Green adjacent to Milton City Hall. Work could also begin soon on additional townhomes in the area.
Source: NorthFulton.com

Currently, the city hauls recyclables to Athens, and the deal with the county will save time and resources, officials said.
Source: Access North Georgia

The response time agreed to in the contract is 7 minutes and 59 seconds. According to a city presentation, AMR met that in 2018 94% of the time.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

As for whether Smyrna should allow them, Mayor Bacon cited the Marietta City Council’s vote to ban the scooters, but said he could get behind a limited allowance of the scooters’ operation in the city.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal

The other proposal, which would have involved making the road a two-lane street and adding a sidewalk, apparently did not go over well with Hampton residents and those who live adjacent to the street, primarily due to how close the sidewalk would come to the people’s houses.
Source: Henry Daily Herald

Those who wish to honor Old Glory one last time now have a place to do so. A U.S. flag retirement dropoff box was installed Wednesday at Franklin Springs City Hall.
Source: Franklin County Citizen

The council enacted its Tree City Ordinance, which among other things establishes a local Tree Board to consist of Towns County residents. The ordinance also puts the city one step closer to becoming a Tree City USA member.
Source: Towns County Herald

The City of Douglas held their first meeting last Thursday, June 6, to discuss the Tax Allocation District (TAD) referendum, which will be on the ballot this upcoming November during the General Elect
Source: Douglas Enterprise

Chatsworth Police Department officers, including School Resource Officers and Murray County Sheriff’s Office SROs trained at Chatsworth Elementary School to be as prepared as possible should every parent’s worst nightmare become reality here.
Source: Chatsworth Times

Rickey Phillips has announced he will seek the office of Hazlehurst Ward 4 City Council in the upcoming November election.
Source: Jeff Davis Ledger

The council heard a presentation from Executive Firearms Training. One of the owners, Lee Heisman, proposed using 125 acres of property that the company had purchased as a firearms training facility. Concerns of the council centered around noise issues.
Source: Pickens County Progress

The Floyd County Commission is ramping up efforts to get an accurate count of residents in the upcoming 2020 census – including those who are hardest to count. The county is expected to adopt a resolution Tuesday night to establish a joint committee with the city of Rome.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

City officials approved a rezoning request Monday from a local business owner who is also a member of the Grady County Board of Commissioners.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise

The Flowery Branch property tax rate could remain the same as the South Hall city moves toward passing its fiscal 2020 budget, which takes effect July 1.
Source: Gainesville Times

The current list is likely to be culled as city Engineering Director Hameed Malik said the tax is projected to raise $508 million over 10 years to spend on specified projects.
Source: Augusta Chronicle

The city seeks to improve vehicular and pedestrian safety where Barnwell, a two-lane road, becomes Jones Bridge at a sharp curve just north of the school; while a left-turn lane is envisioned at the school, and a roundabout, at Rivermont.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The future the City of Guyton’s wastewater treatment appears to be secure.
Source: Effingham Herald

The proposed residential development includes 4 single family detached lots and 29 attached townhomes, each with 2-car garage and minimum 1,400-square feet of heated area.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Perry Downtown Merchants Association, a committee of the Perry’s Chamber of Commerce, produced their Seventh Annual Wine Tasting event at Downtown Perry Friday evening. Members of the public had a chance to walk to different booths where local businesses served different flavors of wine, nonalcoholic beverages and homemade drinks.
Source: Houston Home Journal

Recycling has gotten sharply more expensive in Athens this year.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

There is no time like the present to rid Columbus of 150 eyesores, according to John Hudgison, Columbus Building Inspections and Code Enforcement Director.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Avondale Estates’ Board of Mayor of Commissioners is voting this week on whether to create an Urban Redevelopment Area, a board that, unlike the BOMC, can issue a bond anticipation note for financing projects that the city has given top priority.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The county and city of Albany are weathering the storms — plural — and are in some ways better than ever, Albany Mayor Dorothy Hubbard and County Commission Chairman Chris Cohilas told an audience gathered for a luncheon at the Albany State University West campus Wednesday.
Source: Albany Herald

The curriculum includes education on various de-escalation techniques as well as live role-play scenarios of officers responding to persons who need mental health assistance.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Across Ga. 140 from both the Econo Lodge and RaceTrac, work is continuing on the massive Ashley Capital speculative industrial building.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal

Atlanta Business Chronicle wrote in March that there was new momentum for the roughly $1.6 million project. It would include 110 lighting fixtures and 18 security cameras, according to plans.
Source: WABE

Brookhaven requires companies to make state-mandated two calls to the customer before calling 911. The ordinance also requires companies to register all users and to pay false alarm fines instead of the customer.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

The budget, as presented last week, proposes to spend $1.5 million in the utility fund, only $19,000 more than the current year, and another $1.5 million in the city’s operations, about $8,000 less than current levels.
Source: MainStreetNews

During the council’s monthly business meeting, Hodge presented the council with the results of the department’s 2018 Safe City Initiative, a four-phase program aimed at reducing crime and fostering positive relationships between police and the community.
Source: MainStreetNews

An alcohol license for Revival Hall Taproom at 16 South Public Square was denied by city staff for not meeting the standards of a restaurant, but the council has directed city staff to draft an addition to its ordinances to address taprooms.
Source: MainStreetNews

Last week’s Blakely City Council meeting was preceeded by a Planning Commission public hearing to hear a zoning change application from R- 1 to MH for a 6.3 acre tract of property located on Cedar Springs Rd. There was no public comment at the hearing.
Source: Early County News

Cedartown’s Big Spring Park will be buzzing with activity this September.
Source: Polk County Standard Journal

Rome crews will be adjusting the downtown parking signs this week after the City Commission extended the length of time and cut the enforcement hours for on-street parking.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

Albany city commissioners drew praise and suggestions from members of the public who spoke during a public hearing Tuesday morning concerning the city’s proposed $288,322,879 Fiscal Year 2020 budget.
Source: Albany Herald

Four Albany nonprofits were approved by the Albany City Commission Tuesday to receive some $75,000 total in HUD-sponsored Public Service Community Development Block Grants
Source: Albany Herald

Athens area law enforcement officials and business leaders met Tuesday to discuss how best to help rehabilitate lawbreakers.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Black men make up about 12 percent of the Athens-Clarke County population, but nearly 40 percent of those booked into the Clarke County Jail, the director of a group dedicated to criminal justice reform recently told a group gathered at the Athens-Clarke County Library.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

It should soon get easier for you to find more information about what’s going on at city agencies that provide a variety of services to residents and business including the Board of Health and the Crime Prevention Board, to name a few.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Holiday Inn Express & Suites hosts a grand opening in Braselton on Tuesday, June 11, 2019.
Source: Braselton News

Representatives of Coweta County and its cities will be meeting Wednesday evening to vote on an intergovernmental agreement regarding a November vote on a transportation sales tax.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald

Rome to seek ARC grant for River District
Source: Rome News-Tribune

Vinicki was executive director of APS’s budget services since 2018 and was in charge of budget functions of $1.1 billion. He also helped develop budget policies, procedures and programs, according to the news release.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

A new community center, included in the project list, has an estimated $1.5 million price tag, while work on unnamed cultural, recreational or historical facilities would cost an estimated $800,000.
Source: Henry Daily Herald

Plans call for the renovation and reuse of a late 1800s office building and an attached three-story warehouse into 19,100 square feet of commercial/office space as well as the construction of 348 luxury apartments.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

The ban will be in effect for the next year, similar to the Snellville legislation. The temporary ban allows the city to reevaluate how it handles e-scooters in a year.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Atlanta is believed to be one of the first major metropolitan departments to make such a decision. Shields said APD will continue to collaborate with those same federal agencies in other ways.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The $31 million facility is expected to attract more than 100,000 visitors, residents, artists and students annually to Gwinnett.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Mayor Pro Tem Tony Powers admitted the Task Force’s goals aren’t altogether solidified, although one of its initial challenges is crafting a definition of affordable housing as it fits the city.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The measure, which passed unanimously at Monday’s City Council meeting, outlaws discrimination on the basis of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability and other traits.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Dunwoody City Council voted 6-1 Monday night to approve the project on a 10.1-acre plot currently made up of three large restaurant buildings constructed in the 1990s, and a stormwater detention pond between Ashwood Parkway and Meadow Lane Road.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Now Smyrna city officials will allow only the burning of “clean wood” through issuance of free Residential Burn Permits from Oct. 1 to March 31, Jones said.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Morrow leaders will discuss Tuesday whether to put legislation that would allow for earlier Sunday sales of alcohol -- the so-called “brunch bill” -- on the ballot this fall.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Pete Patel and Husein Khimani, co-owners of Braselton Crossing Hospitality, saw opportunity when they decided to break ground in Braselton two years ago for the new Holiday Inn Express & Suites.
Source: Gainesville Times

It should soon get easier for you to find more information about what’s going on at city agencies that provide a variety of services to residents and business including the Board of Health and the Crime Prevention Board, to name a few.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

City is losing building inspectors to higher pay in the private sector or elsewhere, officials told an Augusta Commission committee on Tuesday. A new state law that tightens deadlines makes more urgent the need to hire more and pay them better, and the city can raise its fee schedule to cover it.
Source: Augusta Chronicle

Downtown businesswoman Shawnda Griffin is the latest contender to seek the District 1 seat on Augusta Commission.
Source: Augusta Chronicle

Black men make up about 12 percent of the Athens-Clarke County population, but nearly 40 percent of those booked into the Clarke County Jail, the director of a group dedicated to criminal justice reform recently told a group gathered at the Athens-Clarke County Library.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Athens area law enforcement officials and business leaders met Tuesday to discuss how best to help rehabilitate lawbreakers.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald


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