Georgia Ninth District Congressman Doug Collins and his wife, Lisa, hosted a roundtable discussion Monday evening to hear from both school districts operating in Hall County about their plans, and their needs, as they prepare to reopen later this month.
The Gainesville City Council heard plans at its Thursday morning work session for improving a heavily travelled corridor on the city’s north side which suffers from, among other things, an identity crisis.
A handful of years before the Georgia Environmental Protection Division set 50-acres as the standard for how much land could be cleared and exposed to the elements by developers during construction of large projects, Hall County decided 20-acres would be its limit.
Hall County is looking to return to parity with its neighboring counties when it comes to setting regulations for erosion control at sites where new development is underway, but Gainesville’s Dale Caldwell wants commissioners to stop and reconsider that move
The Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board unanimously recommended approval of a pair of requests made by the Gainesville City Board of Education Tuesday evening, paving the way for a much-needed second middle school for the district.
A dozen people sat in a semi-circle in the cool, early morning shade provided by the Hall Court House. At exactly 7:14 a.m. the group leader’s cell phone alarm sounded; one of the group members rose to their feet and began reading aloud from the Old Testament book of Job.