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Officials with Glynn County, the city of Brunswick and Brunswick-Glynn County Joint Water and Sewer Commission delivered updates on Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax 2016 projects to the SPLOST Citizens’ Oversight Committee Tuesday.
Source: Brunswick News


The gazebo at Woodstock’s Park at City Center will see major renovations in coming weeks, according to city officials.
Source: Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News


Voters in the McDonough city limits will get to vote in November whether to allow earlier sales of alcohol by the glass at restaurants on Sundays.
Source: Henry Daily Herald


The McDonough City Council unanimously voted to spend around $642,000 to get the second phase of McDonough Parkway going.
Source: Henry Daily Herald


The department is operating without a permanent director and two management slots are vacant.
Source: Rome News-Tribune


Members of the Azalea, Cherokee and Mimosa garden clubs along with Jackson city officials planted three new red maple trees in the City of Jackson Cemetery Feb. 15.
Source: Jackson Progress-Argus


A health and fitness facility that opened last year on Front Avenue in Columbus, on the edge of the Historic District, has generated concern among some residents, putting the issue of spot zoning before the city’s elected officials.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer


Residents of the Windemere subdivision in the northern part of Dalton could begin riding personal transportation vehicles (PTVs) on neighborhood streets by the end of the week.
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen


The proposal would require those placing donation bins inside city limits to obtain a license. It would require the bin owners to provide their contact information and to file a plan stating how often materials will be removed from the bins and how often the boxes will be checked for "general cleanliness, graffiti and litter or other rubbish.
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen


The rezoning would allow for a "lifestyle village" with approximately 11 tenants across four buildings, including food and retail patios, according to documents filed with Johns Creek Planning Commission.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle


Gainesville Mayor Danny Dunagan delivered his annual State of the City address at Tuesday evening’s city council meeting. In the 14-minute speech Dunagan mentioned six values that he credits for the healthy condition of the city.
Source: Access North Georgia


he Hampton City Council voted at its Feb. 12 regular meeting on a budget amendment granting $100,000 to the city’s Downtown Development Authority.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Last October the city allocated $15,000 for University of Georgia’s Carl Vinson Institute Vinson to produce an annexation feasibility study, the third such study for Avondale in the last three years.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The Lilburn City Council recently approved the 2019 lease between the city and the Lilburn Community Garden for another three years for $1.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The City Council recently approved a measure to ask the Georgia General Assembly to increase the city’s hotel-motel tax to the maximum rate allowed, which is 8 percent.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Dunwoody is set to begin a $3.2 million project aimed at repaving nearly 50 streets this year. The City Council approved to pay contractor Blount Construction Company more than $3,235,000 for the work.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Gainesville Councilwoman Ruth Bruner will not be running for re-election when her seat is on the ballot in November.
Source: Gainesville Times


The new Task Force for the Promotion of Public Trust is intended to expand transparency between the city council and Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and assess the city’s ethical and transparency guidelines.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Gainesville Mayor Danny Dunagan outlined the city’s response to growth and emphasized its strong economy in his annual State of the City address Tuesday.
Source: Gainesville Times


A number of heavy trucks have found themselves stuck on the tracks in recent years, several times resulting in collision with a train. The much needed improvements should improve safety.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Bond referenced the Hobbs Act, enacted in 1946, that criminalizes robbery and extortion. It is one of the core corrupt act statues employed to address state and local corruption.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms banned salary history questions on the city of Atlanta job applications in an effort to prevent wage discrimination and close the gender pay gap.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The project, known as Overture Duluth, is designed for people 55 years of age or older, who are able to maintain an active, independent lifestyle without the help of additional on-site services.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


MAAI’s 3,000 SF facility will serve as the company’s U.S. corporate office and will house a tech center where live product demonstrations will take place.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Through a Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) grant, the city of Marietta is developing a master plan for the downtown area - much more than the Historic Marietta Square.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Funding will come from 2018 Bond Proceeds/E-SPLOST V with approval of the voters on the E-SPLOST V referendum.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


North Rome residents say a closure at Callahan Street would let trains stop blowing their horns at all hours.
Source: Rome News-Tribune


The brownstones are coming to Grayson.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post


The Augusta Regional Airport has added two additional passenger boarding bridges.
Source: Augusta Chronicle


North Augusta leaders discussed designating Riverview Park Activities Center as a Red Cross emergency shelter during a city council study session Monday.
Source: Augusta Chronicle


Money to pay for the billboard is coming from the $10 million Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta paid to the city last October for the abandonment of all right of way adjacent to Tullie Road and Tullie Circle.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


The Valdosta-Lowndes County Parks & Recreation Authority and the Miracle League of Valdosta are opening the state-of-the-art Miracle Field Complex with a ribbon-cutting ceremony March 2.
Source: Valdosta Daily Times


Arbor Day is typically celebrated on the third Friday of February in Georgia, and the City of LaGrange is one of 155 cities in Georgia to celebrate Arbor Day as part of the Tree City USA program.
Source: LaGrange Daily News


The focus of the committee is to “at the least make recommendations for city council to continue to revitalize East Roswell.” The 10 member committee encompasses “seven Roswell residents currently living east of Warsaw Road and/or business owners or managers of businesses.”
Source: Neighbor News


The 22.6-acre property designated for 234 parking spaces is situated adjacent to the parking area located to the northwest of the hospital and is located between the hospital property and Ga. Military College property on Veterans Parkway.
Source: Fayette Citizen


Councilman Dustin Hillis introduced a resolution Monday asking hospitals, urgent care facilities and other health-care institutions to submit scooter-related injury reports to the council on a quarterly basis.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle


Cities across the country are enacting ordinances because the practice has risen so quickly, many find there is no local laws to address complaints of noise, parking and litter.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


According to the staff report for the Roswell Planning Commission, the project proposes rezoning for 14 townhomes and a 42-unit condo building on three parcels in the 300 block of Jones Drive.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Southeastrans has tentative plans to relocate its non-emergency medical transportation business to Villa Rica.
Source: Douglas County Sentinel


Douglasville has a new 'welcome mat' for folks visiting downtown.
Source: Douglas County Sentinel


Alcoholic beverages could soon cost more in Brunswick if city officials approve amendments to the ordinance at the Feb. 20 meeting at Old City Hall.
Source: Brunswick News


Glynn County’s Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax 2016 Citizens’ Oversight Committee is scheduled to meet Tuesday to hear updates from local government entities and to review a draft of its first annual report.
Source: Brunswick News


The municipal powder magazine was completed in 1898. In its nearly 70 years of operation, the city-owned property provided Savannahians with a place to store blasting powder and dynamite.
Source: Savannah Morning News


When up and running in a month or two, the solar farm’s 1.2 megawatt capacity will be enough to power about 240 homes.
Source: Savannah Morning News


The committee members have to whittle those $1.2 billion proposals down to a little under $400 million, though their ultimate target is about $248 million. The mayor and commission could still decide to set a higher target for collections when they ask Athens-Clarke voters to extend the tax in a November referendum.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald


“Coffee with a Cop” is nationally recognized program created for citizens to meet with local law enforcement for one-on-one conversations, according to a press release.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


A developer is offering local officials in Georgia's oldest city a donation of 863 acres of protected forest and wetlands. Members of Savannah's City Council aren't sure they should accept the gift, considering what it would cost to manage the property down the road.
Source: Neighbor News


Funding from a $230,000 grant to promote green jobs is helping the city transform three empty city-owned lots to space for growing trees, the Savannah Morning News reported. The pilot project already has 12 trainees growing 150 bald cypress and black gum saplings at the first site.
Source: Neighbor News


Stockbridge is taking over certain development services which were previously handled by the county.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The McDonough City Council voted at its Feb. 7 workshop meeting to approve a $349,949 contract with a contingency allowance giving Allsouth Constructors Inc. the go-ahead to do modifications to the city’s water treatment plant.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Impact fees are generally charged by municipalities as a way to pay for infrastructure improvements necessitated by new residential or business construction.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Because of Macon’s new skate park, more competitions such as 2017’s Mactown Smackdown, which brought in skateboards from as far away as Pennsylvania, will be taking place in Central City Park, Kennedy said.
Source: Macon Telegraph


Macon-Bibb County released a video at the mayor's State of the Community Address that promotes the city. Here it is.
Source: Macon Telegraph


The incubator, designed to help small technology-oriented businesses grow, is adjacent to the Gwinnett city’s 1.5-mile test track intended for the development of self-driving vehicles.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The bill would expand the park by eight acres, to include the Wallis House and Harriston Hill, sites of historical interest for their role in the Civil War. That land is currently owned by Cobb County and the Cobb Land Trust.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle


The second annual academy gives Smyrna residents the opportunity to receive a behind-the-scenes look into city operations and learn about all departments from city staff.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The updated plan, FORWARDuluth, is an official statement of the city’s vision for its future. It expresses the Duluth community’s aspirations and goals, while articulating a corresponding set of policies and recommendations.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Middle Georgia State University would use a $39,848 grant to install the wireless internet network that would be available to the public for at least 18 months.
Source: Macon Telegraph


A $3,000 donation from the Duluth Fine Arts league was also accepted for the maintenance cost of the DreamKeeper’s public art located on the Town Green.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Heather Caldwell of Moultrie has been named dining services director of Legacy Village at Plantation Manor, a personal care and memory care community serving Thomasville, Ga.
Source: Moultrie Observer


The planned renovations include the construction of offices for the city attorney’s office and for any aldermen who would like an office there, according to city spokesperson Ken Slats.
Source: Savannah Morning News


Agenda items for the meeting include a look at capital improvement projects through 2023 and ways to fund them and a review of the city’s demographics. The council will also be discussing “MARTA 2.0,” a review of a new effort to redevelop more than 6 acres of mostly empty parking lot space at the Brookhaven-Oglethorpe MARTA station.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


City staff will then review and evaluate the complaint and, if needed, sent to Code Enforcement for official action. The resident making the complaint can monitor the case’s status with the new program.
Source: Reporter Newspapers


The mayor briefly highlighted some of the challenges still facing Macon-Bibb County, but primarily focused on why he says many residents are optimistic about the direction in which the county is headed.
Source: Macon Telegraph


The committee would consist of three council members and eight community members who will be appointed by the Mayor and Council.
Source: Fayette Citizen


he Gainesville Water Resources Department is busy - busy at both ends of their operations: handling new installations and maintaining existing infrastructure.
Source: Access North Georgia


“The monument reflects the pride Lilburn residents have for their community and it will let everyone know that they’re in the City of Lilburn,” said City Manager Bill Johnsa.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


This rate increase was approved unanimously recently by the Austell City Council. The rate increase comes from the Cobb County-Marietta Water Authority. This annual increase will be 2 percent or 6 cents more per 1,000 gallons.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


In support of the city’s Arbor Day celebration, the contest is aimed at identifying the largest trees. Winners will receive a free dinner for two at one of the new restaurants in Town Center.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


It is also home to the second best public high school in the state, and in 2016 was dubbed Georgia’s safest city. And at No. 44, it is the only Georgia city to crack the top 50 nationwide.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Because the city of Fayetteville is still in the process of rewriting its land development ordinance, the City Council voted on Feb. 7 to extend the current moratorium on any new Planned Community District rezoning applications.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Created in 2016, the Snellville Youth Commission is designed to promote positive interaction between students and their community and provide a greater understanding of how government works.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


“The original photo, as well as a list of all 1,044 participants, hangs proudly in City Hall,” said City of Suwanee Events & Outreach Manager Amy Doherty.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


For 2019, the Statesboro Commission on Diversity and Inclusion, or One Boro for short, is planning several listening sessions for different locations in town, a multimedia documentary contest and then a Longest Table event for this fall.
Source: Statesboro Herald


The concept of a “hybrid” law-enforcement partnership in Watkinsville, whereby tasks are split between county and city agencies, would be problematic and could jeopardize the prosecution of criminal cases, Oconee County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Lee Weems said at a Public Safety Commission meeting on Tuesday.
Source: Oconee Enterprise


A group of Cairo residents say the city may have incorrectly assessed late fees on municipal utilities bills for decades and should consider recompensating individuals who were incorrectly charged.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise


The Cairo City Council unanimously adopted a new alcohol ordinance Monday night.
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise


Braselton leaders recently approved an ordinance change to allow an increasingly popular form of eyebrow tattooing.
Source: Braselton News


A developer wishes to be excused from a condition requiring a second entrance to a proposed active adult community in Jefferson, but multiple citizens pushed back on that request this week.
Source: Jackson County News


This past Tuesday’s meeting of the Cordele Board of Commissioners was over before it ever really began.
Source: Cordele Dispatch


A GACP State Certification represents a significant professional achievement. Certification acknowledges the implementation of policies and procedures that are conceptually sound and operationally effective, according to GACP.
Source: Fayette Citizen


The council approved the purchase price of $310,000, with Mayor Eric Dial saying the property will close after one remaining due diligence item involving the lab results from a boring test on the site.
Source: Fayette Citizen


LaGrange Mayor Jim Thornton said that he has been part of discussions with local fishermen and other people concerned about the lake who also hope to see less trash in the lake.
Source: LaGrange Daily News


Bills that would create the park have twice passed the House only to fall in the Senate, but this time a bill went through the Senate first and passed by a 92-8 vote on Tuesday.
Source: Macon Telegraph


Excepting a sliver of property lining South Columbia Drive, the entire 77 acres lies in unincorporated DeKalb. The annexation would also include 15 homes on Derrydown Way, north of Legacy.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The move is designed to relieve pressure off Rescue Vehicle 7, which has been responsible for serving the area until now, and provide a greater overall level of service to McDonough residents, according to officials.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Launching this spring, the track will be used to develop and test self-driving shuttles as well as act as a testbed for advanced vehicles and IoT services.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The City Council formally accepted the grants at its Feb. 7 meeting. The first award, a GMA Safety Grant, reimbursed the city for a portion of the costs related to buying bunker gear sets and ballistic helmets to improve the safety of fire department employees.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Norcross residents will notice 10 new trees have been planted throughout town the week of Feb. 11-14, part of the city’s efforts to celebrate Arbor Day in Georgia (Feb. 15).
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The Duluth City Council recently approved $85,500 in funding to go toward the design of a 1.5 mile Main Street Trail that will connect the current trail ending at Brock Road with the Sugarloaf Marketplace node at Peachtree Industrial Boulevard.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Council members at their Feb. 13 meeting unanimously voted to enact an ordinance prohibiting companies from setting up and offering the use of so-called dockless devices. The ban does not prevent citizens from using their personal scooters to get from point A to point B, however.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The City of Blakely is still in the process of taking inventory of damage to the city’s electrical system by Hurricane Michael.
Source: Early County News


A group of south Albany citizens got what they asked for, but not what they wanted, Tuesday when the Albany City Commission voted 7-0 to deny businessman Sam Patel a rezoning request that would have allowed him to enhance property on which he plans to build a liquor store.
Source: Albany Herald


During the Feb. 5 meeting of the Richmond Hill City Council Mayor Russ Carpenter pronounced February to be Black History Month in the city.
Source: Savannah Morning News


Thomson-McDuffie’s proposed project to change out all of the water meters could be financed by a $1.2 million loan from the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority. (GEFA)
Source: McDuffie Progress


Recently, the Loganville City Council has been wrestling with what to do about “outdoor storage.” The term, more or less, means people in the city not cleaning up their yards and refusing to do so even after the city’s code officers slap them with citations.
Source: Walton Tribune


In response, the city has issued a press release explaining the property tax bills. City officials said it’s unclear if the questions still being fielded by city employees are from residents with overdue bills.
Source: Brunswick News


During a brief West Point City Council meeting on Monday evening, the council unanimously approved four pieces of business that had been discussed over the course of the last month in work sessions.
Source: LaGrange Daily News


A man who has been protecting and serving the local community for most of his adult life was honored by the Douglas County Chamber of Commerce as the 2018 'Citizen of the Year.'
Source: Douglas County Sentinel


The city of Stockbridge is looking at ways it can implement its street parking ordinance.
Source: Henry Daily Herald


Downtown Development Director Amanda Carter, Building Inspection chief Howard Gibson, and commissioners Bill Irmscher and Evie McNiece listen to reports about changes to a housing repair program in the Rome Community Development committee meeting Tuesday.
Source: Rome News-Tribune


For the second time since Monday, Columbus residents expressed support for an idea to move administrative and judicial functions at the Government Center to a new location while also favoring a judicial building on the current site.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer


The four men seeking to replace Andrew Jefferson on the Augusta Commission in the March 19 special election touched on development, transportation and crime in at a forum Tuesday.
Source: Augusta Chronicle


The arboretum’s namesake, Milton’s long-time City Arborist Mark Law, will be honored for his contributions to the city. According to Milton Mayor Joe Lockwood, Law’s efforts “to conserve trees and beautify our city will benefit future generations of Milton residents.”
Source: Neighbor News


Representatives of Waste Management addressed residents’ concerns about garbage and recycling pickups in Forest Park, saying communication is the main issue.
Source: Clayton News Daily


Each week, the "City of Roswell Education and Engagement" will highlight the work of one of the city’s departments or service areas. The focus, "familiarizing participants with their city government’s policies, processes, goals, challenges, and activities and, most importantly, its people."
Source: Neighbor News


The blight tax plan calls for some vacant blighted structures to be charged seven times the millage rate as a way to spur owners to fix their properties or put them up for sale.
Source: Macon Telegraph


Brookhaven is going green and embracing new urbanism in a big way. Evidence of this trend can be found in the passage in November of a $40 million bond referendum slated for city park improvements and construction, combined with other non-city-funded projects focused on walkable connectivity.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle


Roswell's Community Development Department recommends approval of the project, noting that "Multi-family in this location is consistent with the 2035 Comprehensive Plan and the proposed mix of uses fits with the current zoning, DX (Downtown Mixed-Use).
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle


The Marietta Daily Journal reports the Marietta city council is expected to approve the ban at its meeting Wednesday. Mayor Steve Tumlin says the electric scooters would clash with the city's outdoor displays and dining tables.
Source: Access North Georgia


The move reflects a long-standing desire by the city to handle its own branding and promotions. “It was already in our charter [to form a CVB] when it was approved by the voters,” said Brookhaven city manager Christian Sigman.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The complex, proposed by GAH Holding LLC, is geared towards students attending the University of North Georgia. A development representative presented their plan at Monday's council meeting. The design features four, five story buildings with a pod-style layout.
Source: Access North Georgia


The Powder Springs City Council voted 5-0 on Feb. 4 to pay $1,718,626 for transportation and intersection improvements on Powder Springs Road at its intersections with Flint Hill and Pine Grove Roads.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Snellville’s T.W. Briscoe Park will be receiving a defibrillator and accessories, a Strike Alert Lightning Detector, and playground safety netting thanks to two Georgia Municipal Association grants. The city was awarded a $4,553 Safety Grant and a $8,926 Liability Grant check.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


The Lilburn City Council recently voted to approve a revised Intergovernmental Agreement between the city and the Lilburn Community Improvement District related to the responsibilities and funding for the Highway 29 multi-use path project.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Warner Robins Mayor Randy Toms and Council are soon to appoint the Post 6 seat on Council.
Source: Houston Home Journal


The Albany City Commission voted Tuesday to deny petitions by Norfolk Southern Railroad to close railroad grade crossings on Third and Seventh avenues, part of a long meeting that saw the board also accept an agreement with Ceres Environmental to remove remaining storm debris from the community.
Source: Albany Herald


The $5.5 million sale will be closed in April with $550,000 payments from Cobb to Powder Springs each year for 10 years, using the increased revenue from city customers to make the payments from Cobb to the city.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


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