The Winder City Council, on Tuesday, voted to deny a request to rezone a little more than two acres at 251 North Broad St. in order to allow for the sale of storage buildings on the property.
Source: Barrow News-Journal | Posted: May. 9, 2019
The Winder City Council on Tuesday voted to buy 19.3 acres along South Broad Street so the city can construct a walking trail that will be aimed at connecting downtown with Fort Yargo State Park. The purchase agreement with the Wilkins family is for $279,345.
Source: Barrow News-Journal | Posted: Apr. 4, 2019
The Winder City Council recently voted to appeal a decision by the Georgia Department of Health that effectively stops the city from trying to hire its own ambulance service.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald | Posted: Mar. 11, 2019
Proposed state legislation that would limit local governments’ ability to regulate housing construction has the backing of home builder and real estate agent groups, but has garnered opposition from local government associations in Georgia as well as Winder and Barrow County leaders.
Source: Barrow News-Journal | Posted: Feb. 28, 2019
The state’s top public health official has overruled a November decision not to open a zone for the City of Winder to have its own emergency medical services, separate from Barrow County Emergency Services, and also has ordered all of the coverage area in Barrow County to be opened up to proposals.
Source: Barrow News-Journal | Posted: Feb. 7, 2019
In a called meeting last Thursday, the Winder City Council approved an event permit for a production crew to film part of an upcoming television series at and around the Historic Barrow County Courthouse downtown.
Source: Barrow News-Journal | Posted: Jan. 17, 2019
The Winder City Council on Tuesday approved just under $164,000 in design work and construction bid document preparation, to be completed by two different firms for a series of upgrades to Jug Tavern Park set for next year.
Source: Barrow News-Journal | Posted: Dec. 6, 2018