December 16, 2019

Heard County BOC Agenda (11/19/19)

AGENDA HEARD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING December 17, 2019 – 6:30 P.M. I.  CALL TO ORDER II.  WELCOME, INVOCATION, AND PLEDGE TO THE FLAG III.  PUBLIC HEARINGS a.  Public Hearing Regarding a Request to Rezone – Ala-Ga Roll Off Containers, Inc. / Andy Ethridge, 7727 U.S. Hwy. 27N b.  Public Hearing Regarding Amendment to Heard County Zoning – Article … [Read more...]

Approved Franklin City Council Minutes (11/07/19)

Franklin City Council Meeting Minutes CITY HALL COURTROOM Nov. 7, 2019 (6:30 PM) MAYOR & COUNCIL MEETING The Mayor and Council of the City of Franklin, Georgia, met in regular session Thursday November 7, 2019 at City Hall at 6:30 p.m. All Councilmembers, except for Councilmember Jiles, were in attendance. Mayor Rogers began the meeting by welcoming … [Read more...]

Franklin City Council Agenda (12/05/19)

CITY OF FRANKLIN AGENDA MAYOR & COUNCIL MEETING, 6:30 PM, CITY HALL COURTROOM Dec. 5, 2019 CALL TO ORDER Welcome, Mayor Joel Rogers Invocation & Pledge APPROVAL OF MINUTES (Council Meeting Nov. 7, 2019) AMEND THE AGENDA (IF NEEDED) APPROVE THE ORDER OF THE AGENDA DEPARTMENT REPORTS: Finance – Karen Boyd Police Department – Chief Kevin … [Read more...]

New voting system coming to Heard County

(Franklin, GA) -- Georgia is in the midst of rolling out equipment for more than 30,000 voting stations with touchscreen devices to make their choice, printers, ballot scanners and locked ballot boxes. The first statewide use will be in time for the early voting in the March 24 Presidential Preference Primary. The cost of the new voting system to the state … [Read more...]

Heard County BOC Agenda (11/19/19)

AGENDA HEARD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING November 19, 2019 – 6:30 P.M. I.  CALL TO ORDER II.  WELCOME, INVOCATION, AND PLEDGE TO THE FLAG III.  PRESENTATION OF SERVICE AWARD – Mr. Scott Parrott IV.  PUBLIC HEARINGS a.  Public Hearing Regarding an Update on 2017-2022 Comprehensive Plan Community Work Program b.  Public Hearing Regarding Community … [Read more...]

Approved Franklin City Council Minutes (10/03/19)

Franklin City Council Meeting Minutes CITY HALL COURTROOM Oct. 3, 2019 (6:30 PM) MAYOR & COUNCIL MEETING The Mayor and Council of the City of Franklin, Georgia, met in regular session Thursday October 3, 2019 at City Hall at 6:30 p.m. All Councilmembers, except for Councilmember Jiles, were in attendance. Mayor Rogers began the meeting by welcoming … [Read more...]

Important Information for Heard County Voters

(Franklin, GA) -- As the very busy 2020 election year approaches, the Elections and Registration Office wants everyone to be aware of changes to the election process and news affecting voter registration. The Secretary of State is conducting maintenance on the list of registered voters that is required by federal and state law. Some voters who have not … [Read more...]

Franklin City Council Agenda (11/07/19)

CITY OF FRANKLIN AGENDA MAYOR & COUNCIL MEETING, 6:30 PM, CITY HALL COURTROOM Nov. 7, 2019 CALL TO ORDER Welcome, Mayor Joel Rogers Invocation & Pledge APPROVAL OF MINUTES (Council Meeting Oct. 3, 2019) AMEND THE AGENDA (IF NEEDED) APPROVE THE ORDER OF THE AGENDA DEPARTMENT REPORTS: Finance – Karen Boyd Police Department – Chief Kevin … [Read more...]

Ephesus and Centralhatchee Election Results

(Centralhatchee/Ephesus) -- Following early voting which ended last week, city election day was held in both the Town of Centralhatchee and the City of Ephesus Tuesday. In Ephesus, the only contested position saw Christopher Lynn Cumbie win the Post 2 City Council seat with 50 votes (75.76%), defeating Ralph Cates who garnered 16 votes. The seat was left … [Read more...]

November 5, 2019 Municipal General Election Day

(Ephesus and Centralhatchee, GA) -- The Town of Centralhatchee and the City of Ephesus will elect city officers on November 5, 2019. This election is open to registered voters residing within the city limits of the respective cities. The polls will be open on November 5, 2019 from 7:00 AM until 7:00 PM. On Election Day, Town of Centralhatchee voters will … [Read more...]