Statesboro city officials are trying to develop a new range of fees for alcoholic beverage licenses based on the costs of policing different kinds of establishments: bars versus restaurants, for example.
Source: Statesboro Herald | Posted: Mar. 21, 2019
Statesboro Mayor Jonathan McCollar plans to open a business – an event venue named Peachtree on Main with an alcoholic beverages license he has applied for – at 39-A West Main Street.
Source: Statesboro Herald | Posted: Mar. 20, 2019
Statesboro City Council is slated to take up a resolution Tuesday to renew alcoholic beverage licenses for only six months while resetting the due date and establishing new fees before they are due again.
Source: Statesboro Herald | Posted: Mar. 18, 2019
Statesboro City Council has a workshop scheduled for 2 p.m. Thursday in the council chambers at City Hall with representatives of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Source: Statesboro Herald | Posted: Mar. 13, 2019
After a preliminary survey with more than 500 responses signaled strong interest in having public transit in Statesboro, the city and study consultants have progressed to giving the public several options for bus routes.
Source: Statesboro Herald | Posted: Mar. 11, 2019
At the initiative of District 5 Councilman Derek Duke, the city of Statesboro has reached out to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for help with the Creek on the Blue Mile project and potential federal funds.
Source: Statesboro Herald | Posted: Mar. 7, 2019
Statesboro City Council on Tuesday instructed City Attorney Cain Smith to draft an ordinance that would use property tax rates as both a stick and a carrot to encourage the cleanup of specific “blighted” properties.
Source: Statesboro Herald | Posted: Mar. 6, 2019
The city of Statesboro’s feasibility study for a public transit system is progressing, with a second online survey underway and an informational open house planned for 5-7 p.m. Thursday, March 7, in the Honey Bowen Building, 1 Max Lockwood Drive at Fair Road Park.
Source: Statesboro Herald | Posted: Mar. 4, 2019
After the agreements are signed, the next step in the Creek on the Blue Mile project will be environmental and engineering studies, officials say. The city will then need to acquire property for the perhaps 25-acre reservoir, which could be larger or smaller.
Source: Statesboro Herald | Posted: Feb. 28, 2019
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 | Posted: Feb. 14, 2019