Unanimous approval was given Tuesday evening by the Gainesville City Council to the FY 2022 city budget and the five millage rates that will combine to form the annual ad valorem tax bills for property owners in the city.
Tuesday evening the City of Gainesville asked to table a rezoning request it had before the Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board that would allow for the construction of an event venue and restaurant at the intersection of Jesse Jewell Parkway and West Academy Street.
You know it’s going to be an interesting meeting when those wanting to comment on a rezoning issue arrive by bus and county marshals need to scramble to open an overflow meeting room to accommodate the unexpected turnout.
The Hall County fiscal year 2022 budget was submitted to the county commission during its work session Monday afternoon and will be presented in detail to the public when commissioners meet for their voting session on June 10th.
The one required public hearing for the City of Gainesville’s fiscal year 2022 budget saw no one come forward at Tuesday evening’s city council meeting to comment on the $122.2-million spending plan; it now moves on for final ratification on June 15th.