According to Chief of Police James Godfrey, the following are highlights of incidents handled by officers of the Baxley Police Department in the past few weeks.
Source: Baxley News Banner | Posted: May. 23, 2019
The City of Metter signed a Memorandum of Understandings and lease agreement with Better Fresh Farms LLC on Tuesday, May 14, bringing Better Fresh Farms, its $2 million investment and 20 new jobs to Metter.
Source: Metter Advertiser | Posted: May. 22, 2019
With over 85 years in city administration under their belts, City of Baxley employees Reba Cash, Lynn White, and Jessica McClellan were honored at last week’s council meeting.
Source: Baxley News Banner | Posted: May. 15, 2019
Claxton City Council members are reviewing a proposed budget for FY 2020 operating budget just over $5.5 million. The balanced budget, however, reflects the possibility…
Source: Claxton Enterprise | Posted: May. 8, 2019
An increasing outflow of payments for paid days, instead of earned vacation time, prompted Claxton City Council members to vote last week to amend a section of the current annual leave policy.
Source: Claxton Enterprise | Posted: Apr. 29, 2019
City Council has agreed with neighbors: an expansion of Grace Gardens on South College Street (behind Jet Food Stores) does not need to occur until parking and traffic issues at the current location are addressed.
Source: Metter Advertiser | Posted: Mar. 27, 2019
Metter City Council is seeking professional assistance in developing a strategic plan for the next 20 years for Metter Fire & Rescue. Details of that plan will include site selection and design of a new city fire station.
Source: Metter Advertiser | Posted: Mar. 22, 2019
Metter City Council has approved the low bid from Georgia Hydrant Services Inc. for $199,070 for a hydrant repair project.
Source: Metter Advertiser | Posted: Mar. 15, 2019
During last Friday’s rare joint meeting of the Hazlehurst City Council and Jeff Davis County Commissioners, Mayor Bayne Stone, as lead spokesman for the group, spurred all of the officials to begin the process of developing a collaborative and coordinated plan to add to and refurbish the city’s outdated and antiquated water system.
Source: Jeff Davis Ledger | Posted: Mar. 14, 2019
Swainsboro Fire Department recently accepted the delivery of a new fire engine.
Source: Swainsboro Forest-Blade | Posted: Mar. 14, 2019