Multi-family rezoning request on City Council agenda Monday

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CLEVELAND, Ga. – The Cleveland City Council will consider a request to rezone property at 403 West Kytle Street from B-II Highway Commercial Business to R-II Multi Family Residential when it meets Monday (Nov. 8) at 6:30 p.m. in the Cleveland Community Center/Police Department, 342 Campbell Street.

The Council will also consider an amendment to City Zoning Ordinance for short–term rental.

Under New Business, there will be a request to provide city services (police, fire, sanitation) for the 2021 Christmas in the Mountains Parade.

Fire Chief Ricky Pruitt, Police Chief Jeff Shoemaker, City Administrator Tom O’Bryant will provide monthly reports.

City Council to execute $12.7 million GEFA loan at Monday meeting

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WHITE COUNTY, Ga. – City Council members will approve execution of a $12.7 million Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) loan when they meet Monday (Sept. 14) at 6:30 p.m in the Community Center, 342 Campbell St., at 6:30 p.m.

Other items on Monday’s agenda include:

Request to rent city unit on the square and request a variance for the use of a under the counter grease trap for a coffee business;

Approval to open banking account to accept loan funds;

Ron Cantrell Construction Inc., proposal for design development and engineering documents for the City Municipal Complex;

Status update on current projects;

North Georgia Pipeline – Hulsey Rd waterline upgrade;

CARES funding;

Old Blairsville Road waterline upgrade;

Sewer line smoke testing;

Under New Business, Council will consider

Agri-Fest September 26, 2020 – requests for the closures of South Brooks St and Quillian St at E. Kytle to E. Underwood and for police, fire, and sanitation services;

Approval to begin process of opening an account for SPLOST 5 fuds.

There will also be departmental reports by City Manager Tom O’Bryant, Fire Chief Ricky Pruitt, Police Chief John Foster and City Attorney Grant Keene.

 

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City Council to hold called meeting Monday

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 CLEVELAND, Ga. – The Cleveland City Council will hold a called meeting Monday June 1 at 6:30 p.m. at the Cleveland Community Center, 342 Campbell Street. The public is welcome to attend the meeting in person, but standards recommended by the State of Georgia due to the coronavirus will be in place.

The public is also welcome to join the meeting by teleconference by calling 646-558-8656 Access Code 922-4360-0027 or by Zoom https://zoom.us/j/92243600027

City Engineer Brian Rindt will discuss several issues, including the wastewater treatment plant, Phase III of the bypass, the Hulsey to Warrior Tank waterline and the Jesse Hunt Road well status.

Fire Chief Ricky Pruitt, Police Chief John Foster and City Attorney Grant Keene will present updates and City Administrator Tom O’Bryant will address the council on an amendment to the Old Blairsville Road Emergency Water Line Project and the continuation of waivers for past due utility bills and occupational tax license

 

Fetch Your News is a hyper local news outlet that covers Dawson, Lumpkin, White, Fannin, Gilmer, Pickens, Union, Towns and Murray counties as well as Cherokee County in N.C. FYN attracts 300,000+ page views per month, 3.5 million impressions per month and approximately 15,000 viewers per week on FYNTV.com and up to 60,000 Facebook page reach. If you would like to follow up-to-date local events in any of those counties, please visit us at FetchYourNews.com

 

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