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The Waycross City Commission has started interviews to hire a new city manager. Mayor John Knox said Wednesday afternoon shortly before a special called meeting of the commission that the executive session included on the agenda was for the purpose of screening one of the applicants for the job.
Source: Waycross Journal-Herald

While 2008 plans for a hotel and mid-rise office towers on the southern end of the pedestrian bridge over Jesse Jewell Parkway were never realized, Gainesville city officials are hoping that improving economic conditions can give the property a second chance.
Source: Gainesville Times

Golf cart travel will be legal soon on certain Flowery Branch streets, but neighborhoods eventually may be able to petition the South Hall city to opt out of the new law.
Source: Gainesville Times

From different sides of the street, Dougherty County commissioners, the Georgia National Guard and the Albany Fire Department distributed supplies to residents on Thursday impacted by Hurricane Michael.
Source: Albany Herald

The city of Holly Springs has hired an architectural firm for its new city hall, and has as its first order of business to produce preliminary drawings of what the proposed new city hall could look like.
Source: Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News

Residents of Marietta’s Ward 1 have been noticing more homeless people around lately. That ward includes much of south Marietta, below Roswell Street between Powder Springs Street and Franklin Gateway.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal

Brunswick city commissioners on Wednesday approved an overhaul of the city’s alcohol ordinance. The new ordinance would create whole new classes and licensing fees for manufacturers who sell and could serve their products.
Source: Brunswick News

The Atlanta City Council is scheduled to hold a special meeting Oct. 24 to take up the proposed redevelopment of the downtown Gulch area.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

Pickleball proponents in Peachtree City are a bit pouty after not being promised more places to play.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Duluth City Council recently voted to approve a rezoning request from The Providence Group of Georgia, LLC to plan and build 47 townhouses on 4.63 acres at 2355 Main St.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Ball Ground City Council has awarded a contract to create a full sidewalk connection along Valley Street from Howell Bridge Road to downtown as part of the Valley Streetscapes project. The work will be funded by a $560,000 federal grant to the city.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

A bevy of proposals on the ballot next month would bring tax relief to Atlanta and Fulton County residents, but could also exacerbate financial inequities and punch holes in city and school district budgets.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Including the preservation of an historic home, a 31-unit townhome community was approved Oct. 10 by a 4-2-1 vote of the Marietta City Council.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

More than two dozen residents stopped by the new Mableton Square one recent sunny afternoon to chart a future for the small park they hope will become the seed for a revitalized city center in the South Cobb community.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

When Tony Mills first stumbled on the 1900 block of Norwich Street about a decade ago, he knew it had potential.
Source: Brunswick News

When it comes to Milledgeville City Council and the Baldwin County Board of Commissioners getting along, it has seemingly been a difficult task at times.
Source: Milledgeville Union Recorder

Thomasville City Council unanimously approved Alan Carson to be its next city manager. Carson was one of two finalists, along with Suzanne Sherman. A third finalist, Ron Rabun of Griffin, withdrew from consideration.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise

How can Watkinsville be more walkable? How can cyclists feel safer? These were the questions asked at a city candidate forum Tuesday night organized by the Oconee County Cycling Organization.
Source: Oconee Enterprise

As Moultrie starts to return to normal after being rocked by Hurricane Michael, the efforts of city workers and volunteers did not go unnoticed as they worked diligently to restore power, provide shelter and keep a constant line of communication with the community throughout the ordeal.
Source: Moultrie Observer

Michelle Irizarry, Statham’s city administrator since August 2017, will leave that position at the end of November to become assistant county manager in Spalding County.
Source: Barrow News-Journal

The Statham City Council left its procedures for individuals to speak to the council “as is” after a couple of months of talking about more restrictions.
Source: Barrow News-Journal

Albany City Manager Sharon Subadan gave many local residents something to cheer about, utilitywise, during an Emergency Management Agency update on Wednesday.
Source: Albany Herald

Milledgeville City Council is expected to look into the possibility of approving an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Baldwin County Board of Commissioners pertaining to the nearly 1,700-acre tract of land that city and county officials purchased jointly for a mega industrial site.
Source: Milledgeville Union Recorder

When it comes to Milledgeville City Council and the Baldwin County Board of Commissioners getting along, it has seemingly been a difficult task at times. Case in point: service delivery strategy.
Source: Milledgeville Union Recorder

A Smyrna sanitation worker was honored Monday with a Community Hero Award for helping a woman he encountered while on his route who was having a medical emergency.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal

The Henry County Board of Commissioners has approved an objection to the annexation and rezoning of around 98 acres of land in the Locust Grove area primarily for how the land could be used.
Source: Henry Daily Herald

For nearly three hours Tuesday morning, Columbus Council listened to a parade of experts outlining the serious issues with the 47-year-old downtown Government Center and the potential solutions.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

In quick fashion, the Hogansville City Council voted unanimously on Monday evening to adopt a storm water management ordinance as well as a soil erosion and sediment ordinance.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

An experiment aimed at making a stretch of Barnett Shoals Road more bicycle friendly was poorly designed, but good enough to show the experiment has been a failure, eastside Athens-Clarke County Commissioners said in a recent meeting.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

The Lawrenceville City Council will consider a vote to approve a revised noise ordinance at its regular meeting at 7 p.m. Nov. 5 at City Hall, 70 South Clayton Street. If approved, the noise ordinance will affect the use of consumer fireworks within city limits.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Auburn is poised on the brink of growth. Having recently completed the comprehensive plan, the city now has a roadmap to the future.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Following in the figurative paw prints of another Fulton County city, Atlanta is considering banning the retail sale of cats and dogs.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Decatur recently announced that 100 have applied for its city manager opening, more than double what was originally anticipated.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Increased security measures have been approved for Marietta City Hall by the Marietta City Council.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Opioid litigation has been authorized by the Marietta City Council. Mayor Steve Tumlin and the City Council now may pursue legal action against opioid manufacturers, distributors and others “as are necessary, either by itself or in concert with others, and to the full extent available under the law,” according to their Oct. 10 decision.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal

The Duluth City Council recently agreed to authorize the mayor to execute a warranty deed and owners affidavit transferring four tracts of land totaling 1.78 acres for the construction of a new downtown library.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Johns Creek City Council has approved a $137,589 contract to install a parking lot consisting of a porous, flexible grid surface intended to ensure a “country road” feel at the Autrey Mill Nature Preserve.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The city of Hampton recently voted to change how its city manager, a position held by Charles L. Coney since April, can be removed.
Source: Neighbor News

East Point is trying to determine if residents want a $15 million recreation and aquatic center in its westernmost Ward D and, if so, what it should include.
Source: Neighbor News

The city of Sandy Springs is taking an extreme measure to force an apartment complex to clean up its own trash.
Source: Neighbor News

It's a maze of parking lots, railroad lines and viaducts, lined by top Atlanta attractions — Mercedes-Benz Stadium, State Farm Arena and CNN Center.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

Auburn city leaders finalized their comprehensive plan and now move forward with bringing those ideas into reality.
Source: NorthFulton.com

In a unanimous vote Tuesday night, Gainesville City Council approved the purchase of 6.8 acres of vacant property at the south end of the downtown Gainesville pedestrian bridge.
Source: Access North Georgia

The Sandy Springs City Council has renewed its agreement with the Art Sandy Springs (ARTSS) nonprofit to conduct an annual competition of outdoor art sculptures, with up to 10 entries to be exhibited at City Springs during the contest period.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Alpharetta City Council has approved an intergovernmental agreement with Johns Creek to split 50-50, up to $250,000, the cost of “traffic calming” devices on Buice Road between Kimball Bridge and Jones Bridge roads.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms on Tuesday announced the appointment of the city’s first chief housing officer, a new cabinet position tasked with helping the mayor fulfill one of her most ambitious campaign pledges.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

In addition to all the other havoc brought on by Hurricane Michael, finalists for the Thomasville city manager position who were be in Thomasville last week will be here Tuesday and Wednesday.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise

Warner Robins Council approved the second reading of an ordinance that will transfer $4 million from the unrestricted net position of the water and sewer enterprise fund to a capital project fund for the design, permitting, engineering, and construction of water and sewer infrastructure improvements for the benefit of the Georgia International Industrial Park.
Source: Houston Home Journal

As one city service begins to return, others are ending, thanks to Hurricane Michael.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise

Full recovery in Grady County from Hurricane Michael may take time, according to local officials.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise

The City of Lula is continuing the necessary preparations that will allow renovation work to begin on the city’s depot building and grounds.
Source: Access North Georgia

By the end of 2020, the historic railroad depot at 110 Depot St. in Dalton could once again be a center for dining and nightlife.
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen

City leaders have committed another $2 million to major capital projects this year, dropping most of it in resurfacing work on Alpharetta streets.
Source: NorthFulton.com

Alpharetta is making a pre-emptive strike to buffer itself against legislation that could open it up to unwanted telecommunications equipment.
Source: NorthFulton.com

With the impact of stormwater a growing concern for Johns Creek residents, the City Council has taken first steps to address the problem.
Source: NorthFulton.com

With approval from the Johns Creek City Council Oct. 12, the Public Works department will bring on a traffic signal engineer whose aim will be to reduce travel times.
Source: NorthFulton.com

With traffic a major concern in the Atlanta area, Johns Creek City Councilman Chris Coughlin is pinning hopes on the new Waze Carpool app as a way to ease congestion.
Source: NorthFulton.com

The Hampton City Council unanimously approved a request for a forensic audit to review the city’s financial situation at its meeting last Tuesday.
Source: Henry Daily Herald

The Georgia Supreme Court declined to issue an injunction stopping the referendum regarding Eagles Landing cityhood.
Source: Henry Daily Herald

Georgia's Rome Office of Tourism expects to be selling beer by the end of the year at its Last Stop Gift Shop on Jackson Hill.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

On Tuesday, the Gainesville City Council will vote on whether to approve easements for a new downtown multi-use development and some sewer improvements in the Thompson Bridge area.
Source: Gainesville Times

What would you do if someone approached you in a parking lot while your hands were full? How can you keep scammers from stealing your personal information? Do you know the best weapon to use if you are attacked?
Source: Clayton News Daily

City Park in Lilburn teemed with excitement and activities at the 45th Lilburn Daze Arts Festival on Saturday. Art booths, food and a kid zone drew thousands to the annual festival hosted by the Lilburn Woman’s Club and the city of Lilburn.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

The Floyd County Commission will hold a half-day fall planning session today, starting at 8 a.m.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

Rome officials are considering a ban on pedestrians and — especially — cyclists along the bypass, Veterans Memorial Highway.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

Twenty-six years after the Chattahoochee Riverwalk was dedicated, city officials are very close to completing the broken places along the walking and biking trail from the Lake Oliver Marina to Fort Benning.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Melvin Cooper will soon be retiring from the only job he has ever had. Cooper has worked for the city parks department for 47 years and has been the director since 1989.
Source: Gainesville Times

Cleanup continues from Hurricane Michael, which struck South Georgia Wednesday evening through early Thursday morning.
Source: Moultrie Observer

The City of Bainbridge is continuing to put forth all effort in restoring city power, helping clean debris and removing trees and limbs.
Source: Bainbridge Post-Searchlight

Albany City Manager Sharon Subadan, who also serves as head of the city’s Utilities Authority, offered the following information at Sunday’s Emergency Operations Center update:
Source: Albany Herald

With rumors of a vice presidential visit swirling in the air and continued optimistic recovery updates, an air of optimism surrounded city, county and state officials who met Sunday at the Albany Fire Department’s Honeysuckle Drive training facility that is serving as a city/county Emergency Operations Center for a fourth update following the devastation wrought by Hurricane Michael late Wednesday night into the early hours of Thursday morning.
Source: Albany Herald

Savannah’s present-day structural charm, which draws millions of visitors each year, was brewed from a concentrated blend of rich history and continuing preservation.
Source: Savannah Morning News

Thousands of people made their way to Daffin Park on Sunday for the fifth Savannah Food Truck Festival. Savannah’s original food truck festival has been trucking since 2016. The first was held in Emmet Park, but an issue arose -- 11,000 people showed up. The four festivals since were held at the more spacious Daffin Park.
Source: Savannah Morning News

The Athens-Clarke County Police Department named on Friday a new deputy chief as the agency tries to rebound from the turmoil created by the forced resignation of former chief Scott Freeman.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Almost 40 local businesses, schools, organizations and individuals designed scarecrows that are now on display along the sidewalks around Court Square in Newnan.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald

The city of Suwanee is looking to have a sidewalk on at least one side of Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road spanning the portion of the road within the city limits.
Source: Access North Georgia

As president of the development firm Morris & Fellows, Cheri Morris and her team were tasked with revitalizing downtown Alpharetta through its Alpharetta City Center project, a 26-acre mixed-use development that includes apartments and townhomes, and only locally owned retail and restaurants. The project is opening in stages this year and into 2019.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

Restaurants and businesses have begun opening in the commercial section of City Springs. One restaurant recently received approval to enclose a patio, changing the façade of the building.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

Over the past year, companies have been rolling out electric scooters by the thousands in cities across the country — from Washington, D.C. to Milwaukee, to Lubbock, Texas. People download the app, find a nearby scooter and then just unlock and ride. But as these shared scooters have spread, so have concerns about safety.
Source: WABE

Brookhaven city leaders are being forced to find ways to regulate “dockless” rental electric scooters and bikes that have started appearing on local streets and are raising safety concerns from City Council members.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

Atlanta City Council members, joined by representatives from the city’s department of corrections, toured the Atlanta City Detention Center Friday.
Source: Neighbor News

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms will present new amendments to a proposed public financing package that will shorten the length of one of the incentive programs to help fund the $5 billion redevelopment of downtown’s Gulch, the mayor’s office said Monday in a news release.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Residents of the future Parkside on the Square development will have reserved spots in the Main Street parking deck in downtown Gainesville and will be able to cross a pedestrian bridge to get from the deck to their condominiums next door.
Source: Gainesville Times

The Georgia Search and Rescue Task Force 2 team, managed by the Valdosta Fire Department, received orders Thursday to deploy to Miller County.
Source: Valdosta Daily Times

Hurricane Michael swept through Tift County on Wednesday night and into Thursday morning, leaving damage in its wake.
Source: Tifton Gazette

The City of Madison is open to considering a roundabout instead of a traffic light at the Bethany Road Intersection at the Madison Bypass—a dangerous intersection at which local leaders and residents have lobbied for a traffic light to be installed for years.
Source: Morgan County Citizen

Water customers of central and eastern Hinesville should notice increased water pressure tomorrow after a water tank that holds 1,000,000 gallons of water was taken out of commission to be raised 34 feet in early August.
Source: Hinesville Coastal Courier

In early September, representatives from the Housing Authority of Columbus were in Washington to meet with U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development officials
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

The Madison Mayor and City Council voted unanimously to delay the vote to raise the Hotel/Motel Tax until the December regular meeting after receiving some pushback from the Madison-Morgan Lodging Association (MMLA), which is made up of local hoteliers.
Source: Morgan County Citizen

The City of Hinesville has become the first municipality in the state of Georgia to implement a new water customer system that offers a customer portal with state-of-the-art evaluation of utility assets and monitoring of efficient daily operations.
Source: Hinesville Coastal Courier

Cave Spring has a new piece of art — a five-foot cardboard check for $750,000.
Source: Rome News-Tribune

Snellville residents will have a chance to win a Mercedes-Benz automobile during the opening of a new grocery store in the city Friday.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

What had been described as a town hall meeting on fire protection for Midway is now called a roundtable and Midway City Council has scheduled the session for Oct. 17 at 6 p.m.
Source: Hinesville Coastal Courier

Norcross officials will hold the city’s first-ever housing fair this weekend to help residents get access to home ownership, rental and home improvement resources.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

As many as 13,000 Thomasville Utilities customers remained without power as of 11 a.m. Thursday, after Hurricane Michael plowed through southwest Georgia.
Source: Milledgeville Union Recorder

At the regular Oct. 4 meeting, Hinesville City Council approved a request by the Municipal Court to initiate a 90-day warrant amnesty program, which began Oct. 6, and will continue until Jan. 2, 2019.
Source: Hinesville Coastal Courier

A casino boat docked near the Lazaretto Creek bridge, dubbed Jacks or Better 1, has a group of Tybee residents concerned that it could be gambling with the safety and well being of the island once it goes into operation.
Source: Savannah Morning News

Crews are assessing how much damage Hurricane Michael did to Thomas County.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise

Savannah’s new cultural arts center almost got capital letters Thursday, but the Savannah City Council held off on the official branding to see if residents could come up with a better name than the Savannah Cultural Arts Center.
Source: Savannah Morning News

Thousands of Colquitt County residents remained without power on Thursday, and for some it may be several days before the lights -- and air conditioning and freezers -- are back on.
Source: Moultrie Observer

Bainbridge Public Safety is working tirelessly to clean up the City and get things back in shape after Hurricane Michael roared through Wednesday night.
Source: Bainbridge Post-Searchlight

“Look for the places fires can start in your home, listen for to the smoke alarm - when you hear a smoke alarm go off you have about three minutes to get out of your house. Don’t grab the photo albums or anything like that, just get out - and learn two ways to get out of every room."
Source: Effingham Herald

A subcommittee of the Augusta Commission agreed with keeping the city’s zero-tolerance substance abuse policy but failed to reach consensus on changing the Ban the Box policy.
Source: Augusta Chronicle

The Decatur County Emergency Management Agency is receiving help from numerous agencies as the Hurricane Michael relief effort begins in Southwest Georgia.
Source: Bainbridge Post-Searchlight

Trees, power lines, cellphone service, and street and business signs were down throughout Albany on Thursday following the arrival of Hurricane Michael on Wednesday.
Source: Albany Herald

The people of Albany and Dougherty County were out early Thursday morning, cleaning up after another major weather event.
Source: Albany Herald

The LaGrange City Council responded to public comments on Tuesday evening regarding the management of the city’s tourism budget, which is overseen by the LaGrange-Troup County Chamber of Commerce.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

An organized effort to urge potential voters to approve Brookhaven’s $42 million parks bond referendum is ramping up as the Nov. 6 election nears, but a swell of opposition is also forming.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

Members of the county Board of Commissioners met Tuesday night at the Edwards Park community center with officials from the county's four cities to discuss projects that could be funded from the SPLOST, which would last six years and would be expected to bring in $100 million.
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen

Recycling over the past 20 years has been an environmental success story. But, the model behind that success is endangered and businesses, individuals and municipalities will have to change behaviors to ensure continued success.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

The Fayetteville Police Department is looking to replace old and outdated body, patrol unit and interview room cameras with a system that provides what’s described as a total solution for law enforcement evidence needs.
Source: Fayette Citizen

Roswell Police Department continues efforts of improving circumstances with the goal to serve the best interest of residents, its officers and staff.
Source: Neighbor News

Police and a parks group are pushing more than 100 homeless people to leave wooded camps along Peachtree Creek in the Lindbergh and Buford Highway areas, alleging they’re involved in crime and scaring trail users.
Source: Reporter Newspapers

A 1979 constitutional amendment creating the Fulton Industrial District is invalid because it violated the Georgia Constitution's single-subject rule, a lawyer for the city of Atlanta told the state Supreme Court Wednesday.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

Being the mayor of a big city comes with its perks, a virtual key to the city and a hefty paycheck among them. Well, at least a virtual key to the city.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

The “invasion” is a positive development in the transition of the city from its auto-centric past, according to one of its most important champions for urbanism.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

The city of Atlanta insists it is correctly billing the city of Sandy Springs for its water service, which it has provided since shortly after Sandy Springs incorporated in 2005.
Source: Neighbor News

The city of Atlanta is one step closer to creating a new reservoir that will hold a 40 day emergency water supply. A massive drill called Driller Mike has completed a 5-mile tunnel from Bellwood Quarry in West Atlanta to the Hemphill water treatment plant.
Source: WABE

A metro Atlanta city offered residents who registered to vote or confirmed their voter status a $50 discount from citations, raising questions about whether the plan violated state law that bans giving money or gifts in exchange for registering voters.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Three years ago, Georgia lawmakers raised nearly $1 billion a year for road and bridge construction. This year, they allowed 13 metro Atlanta counties to raise billions of dollars more for mass transit.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Environmental Protection Division has issued Jasper a permit to withdraw more water from its wells after it reduced water loss to a level suitable to the state agency.
Source: Pickens County Progress

The fabled friendship between Atlanta’s City Hall and Georgia’s Gold Dome, built over much of the past decade, is soon in for a twist in November’s election to succeed Gov. Nathan Deal.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Grantville officials are currently investigating how to repair and fund a cemetery wall that cost more than $70,000 to build.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald

In the Oct. 2 regular meeting of Young Harris Mayor Andrea Gibby and City Council, Terry Ingram swore in to the council seat vacated by Jared Champion last month.
Source: Towns County Herald

The Grantville City Council is amending its work session schedule to hold a work session once a month.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald

The Woodstock City Council has acted to extend moratoriums on Ridgewalk Parkway development, and on issuing new massage-related licenses, to give the city time to update ordinances concerning the two issues.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Milton City Council has approved an ordinance encouraging large-lot developments in the city, by allowing subdivisions with lots greater than three acres to have preliminary plats approved administratively.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

After two years of citizen feedback, surveys and public workshops, the Johns Creek City Council has adopted a 2018 Comprehensive Plan that will guide development in the city over the coming decade.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Roswell has announced a new open records request process that officials say will make transparent government more convenient for the public.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The end has come for the Parks Building and is imminent for the Butler Building. The demolition on the downtown structure began a day early with the taking down of the Parks Building commencing early Tuesday morning.
Source: Dahlonega Nugget

After months of review and several discussions, some often heated, the Monticello City Council voted to pass the Service Delivery Strategy (SDS) 4-1.
Source: Monticello News

Former Atlanta Mayor and U.N. Ambassador Andrew Young has written a letter in support of the Gulch development as City Council prepares for a potential Monday vote on a possible $1.75 billion public financing package for the deal.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Monticello City Council met last Thursday and narrowed the city manager candidate list to three, then discussed Service Delivery Strategy (SDS) again.
Source: Monticello News

After 11 weeks of courses ranging from criminal law to DUI to firearms/judgmental use of deadly force training, local residents graduated from the Waynesboro Police Department’s Citizens Police Academy.
Source: Waynesboro True Citizen


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