Time seems to be on the side of all parties involved as the City of Gainesville’s move to exercise Eminent Domain over a property on E.E. Butler Parkway was tabled Tuesday evening, once again, by the city council.
A little bit of good news came out of this morning’s Gainesville City Council work session: one element of the next property tax bill sent out by the city will not increase the amount the city collects.
While online meetings have greatly assisted Hall County leaders in executing the business of the county, in one case the use of technology is actually the reason an item of business before the Hall County Commission needed to be tabled.
A last minute request to table a rezoning application by a local developer means it will be another month before members of the Hall County Planning Commission hear plans for a 350-unit apartment complex near Braselton.
The Gainesville City Council received an update on how non-emergency city services were faring after six weeks of operating under the pall of COVID-19 restrictions, including some “silver lining” items.
The Hall County Board of Education gave unanimous approval tonight to a schedule for high school graduation exercises. Included in the schedule is a planned informal on-campus weekend later in the summer for graduating seniors to say their goodbyes to both classmates and school staff.
Sunrise was still over an hour away, yet the parking lot at Hammonds Fishing Center in Forsyth County was well-illuminated Wednesday morning by the headlights of over a dozen pickup trucks, each with a bass boat in tow.
The Hall County Commission gave unanimous approval Tuesday evening to hazard compensation for county employees who have an increased exposure risk for contracting COVID-19 as they fulfill their normal job requirements.