he city’s new Blighted Property Ordinance went through its third reading and was approved during Tuesday’s City Council meeting.
Source: Moultrie Observer | Posted: Feb. 7, 2019
Moultrie’s downtown consists of more than 100 businesses that include retail stores, professional offices and restaurants. In 2018, 13 new businesses opened with 22 new jobs while the downtown area hosted 18 events by other organizations. Moultrie’s downtown has three vacant buildings, but there are plans for all three.
Source: Moultrie Observer | Posted: Jan. 28, 2019
Moultrie Public Works tries to be on top of everything when it comes to keeping the city of Moultrie clean, but during the holiday break things went wrong, including trucks breaking down and people’s trash not being picked up.
Source: Moultrie Observer | Posted: Jan. 25, 2019
The two public pools in Moultrie are set for huge upgrades in the coming months as the city will be using part of the sales tax fund from 2013 to hire consultants to help guide the project in the right direction.
Source: Moultrie Observer | Posted: Dec. 5, 2018
Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation presented donations to Moultrie fire and police departments, along with others from across South Georgia, on Wednesday.
Source: Moultrie Observer | Posted: Nov. 29, 2018
This weekend marks one month since Hurricane Michael hit the Moultrie area. While power was restored in just a few days, the clean-up of debris is a little over half-done by city estimates.
Source: Moultrie Observer | Posted: Nov. 12, 2018
The Moultrie-Colquitt County Land Bank Authority met for the first time in almost three years Thursday, to discuss the future of dilapidated properties and properties that have accumulated over several years of tax delinquencies in the Moultrie and Colquitt County area.
Source: Moultrie Observer | Posted: Nov. 2, 2018