They are “3 percent of the total gross salary of the office paid in the preceding calendar year, including all supplements authorized by law if a salaried office,” according to Smyrna City Administrator Tammi Saddler Jones.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Jan. 16, 2019
Keep Smyrna Beautiful’s programs concern water quality, solid waste and recycling issues, trees, beautification, community sustainability (the community garden and outdoor market), mobility (bike racks) and community involvement (Adopt-A-Mile and other volunteer programs).
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Jan. 7, 2019
A 5G network through a private company, ExteNet Systems, will be installed in Smyrna’s right of way. The 7-0 decision was made on Dec. 17 by the Smyrna City Council.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Jan. 2, 2019
After months of planning, Smyrna’s City Council could vote Monday to amend its zoning ordinance and allow breweries, brewpubs and distilleries into the city.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal | Posted: Dec. 18, 2018
A plan to allow breweries, brewpubs and distilleries in Smyrna remains in draft form while the city reviews the proposed ordinance, officials say.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal | Posted: Nov. 9, 2018
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 | Posted: Oct. 18, 2018
The mayors of Cobb’s six cities are scheduled to meet Thursday for one of the first stops necessary to select a board member to the Atlanta-region Transit Link Authority.
Source: Neighbor News | Posted: Aug. 22, 2018
Brewers looking to call Smyrna home could soon be in luck.
On Aug. 13, the city of Smyrna's Planning and Zoning Commission is set to consider an amendment to its zoning code that would allow for breweries and distilleries.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle | Posted: Aug. 13, 2018
The Brookhaven City Council is set to approve a $129,500 transit feasibility study at its July 24 meeting to assess transit options from Tucker to Smyrna as part of the Georgia Department of Transportation’s I-285 Top End Express Lanes Project.
Source: Reporter Newspapers | Posted: Jul. 26, 2018
The Sandy Springs City Council approved an agreement to house prisoners at the city of Smyrna’s jail at its July 17 meeting.
Sandy Springs prisoners were formerly transported to and housed at Pickens County’s jail.
Source: Reporter Newspapers | Posted: Jul. 20, 2018