Hall County Administrator Jock Connell announced at today’s Hall County Commission work session that voting for the June 9th Statewide General Primary/Presidential Preference Primary Election would take place at Gainesville Elementary School on McEver Road.
Clermont resident Rick Gailey doesn’t like the fact that he is being forced to sell an investment property he purchased in Gainesville nearly two decades ago, and says he plans to fight city hall as long as he can.
An application to rezone three parcels of land along McEver Road that were annexed into the city last month passed first reading at Thursday evening’s online Flowery Branch City Council meeting, but the vote was not unanimous.
The Hall County Board of Education was in full compliance with best practice recommendations from the CDC for social distancing Monday evening as its regularly scheduled meeting was live-streamed over the internet.
The setting was eclectic: the mismatched furnishings and the wide array of people seated in the room offered a lot of variety; despite their backgrounds the ambiance was warmly ecumenical: Baptists, Catholics, Pentecostals, Agnostics and Buddhists fellowshipping together.