Recreation authority panel battles over funding question – Calhoun Times


Recreation authority panel battles over funding question
Calhoun Times
Floyd County Commissioner Garry Fricks said Thursday he's unsure if he would vote for a tax hike to fund recreation projects, although he asked Rome leaders if they would offer moral support if the county enacts a millage rate increase. Fricks ...

Lookout Mountain, Ga., Council Proposes 1st Tax Increase In 12 Years – The Chattanoogan


Lookout Mountain, Ga., Council Proposes 1st Tax Increase In 12 Years
The Chattanoogan
... council held a public hearing about setting the millage rate for the upcoming year. Since 2002 the millage rate has remained the same at 8.5 mils, but as Mayor Sandy Gothard stated, the costs of operating the city are more than what they were 12 ...

City, county leaders mull recreation agreement – WRGA Rome’s Newstalk


WRGA Rome's Newstalk

City, county leaders mull recreation agreement
WRGA Rome's Newstalk
Garland has what he thinks will be a possible solution—a dedicated millage rate. He also recommends going back to the Georgia General Assembly to look at the legislation set up as to how parks and recreation authorities are run—something that has ...

City, county leaders mull recreation agreement – WRGA Rome’s Newstalk


WRGA Rome's Newstalk

City, county leaders mull recreation agreement
WRGA Rome's Newstalk
Garland has what he thinks will be a possible solution—a dedicated millage rate. He also recommends going back to the Georgia General Assembly to look at the legislation set up as to how parks and recreation authorities are run—something that has ...

Reading between the lines: Carolyn Cosby – Cherokee Ledger


Cherokee Ledger

Reading between the lines: Carolyn Cosby
Cherokee Ledger
The Ledger-News decided to review the websites of the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners Chair candidates in order to examine what reasons each candidate gives for why voters should cast a ballot in their favor. Then, the newspaper delved into the ...

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