The city of Tybee Island held their first Hometown Connection on Wednesday, July 30.
Several Georgia city officials traveled to Washington, DC, in March to attend the National League of Cities’ Congressional City Conference. During the conference, both local and federal leaders stressed the importance of partnership in advancing solutions to the nation’s biggest challenges.
On the second to last day of the 2014 legislative session, the General Assembly passed the Georgia Downtown Renaissance Fund Act. This legislation will create a revolving fund to specifically help redevelop properties across the state, and in the process help revitalize downtowns.
The Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education and the Georgia Chamber of Commerce have combined for the fourth time to produce the latest edition of the popular publication, The Economics of Education.
Cities leaders from across the state spent the afternoon of January 25, the Friday before the GMA's Mayors’ Day Conference, brainstorming ideas about how they can play a greater role in improving the state’s education system.