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Jerry Gunn

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Recent Articles by Jerry Gunn

  • Commissioners differ on Agri-Entertainment ordinance
    Hall County Commissioners want changes in the proposed agri-entertainment ordinance that comes up for a final reading and vote at this Thursday’s regular meeting and said so at Monday’s work session.
  • Rain can't stop Memorial Park barbeque
    This 4th of July rain postponed a lot of events across Northeast Georgia, but not the 20th Annual Public Service and Community Barbeque at Memorial Park Funeral Home in Gainesville.
  • Council votes 4-1 for islands annexation
    The main thing on Gainesville City Council's meeting agenda Tuesday night was annexation of 115 island properties, county properties surrounded by the city. As expected Council voted yes on first reading, but the vote was not unanimous.
  • Hall Commission says no to LL Farms
    Opponents far outnumbered supporters Thursday night to allow a special events facility in a large barn owned by David Wayne and Michelle Gibbs of LL Farm.
  • Hall's FY 2014 budget passes with a fire fund tax hike
    Hall County Commissioners approved an 89-point-nine million dollar budget Thursday night with no property tax increase, but there is an increase in fire district tax.
  • Milton Martin Honda wants to annex into Gainesville
    Gainesville City Council this (Thursday) morning heard a resolution requesting a $33,000 sewer line extension that would take in Milton Martin Honda, a seven acre site on Browns Bridge Road.
  • Current Gainesville mayor to run for elected post
    Gainesville's current mayor Thursday morning accidentally announced for a historic run to be the city's first full-time mayor.
  • Miller says he'll support juvenile justice reform
    State Senator Butch Miller (R) District 49, Gainesville told Gainesville Kiwanis Club members Tuesday that supporting juvenile justice reform would save tax dollars.
  • Commissioner wants bigger tracts for Agri-Entertainment
    Hall County Commissioner Scott Gibbs said Monday he wants bigger lot sizes for land owners who want to operate under the county’s proposed agri-entertainment ordinance.
  • Med. Ctr. drill simulates rail chemical spill
    A realistic drill staged by Northeast Georgia Medical Center and the Gainesville and Hall County Fire departments Monday morning simulated treatment for a railroad chemical spill that could happen any day at any time.
  • Retiring Humane Society Director gets an interim post
    Retiring Northeast Georgia Humane Society Director Rick Aiken said Saturday he has picked up a new job, interim director of the Atlanta Humane Society.
  • Transportation focus group looks at solutions
    Gainesville’s Transportation focus group looked at short term, low cost traffic solutions during their meeting Thursday night at the Fair Street Neighborhood Center.
  • 'Test out' students could pay for the test
    Gainesville High School students who decide to 'test out' of a course instead of taking it under new state legislation would pay for that test in a recommendation Monday night from School Superintendent Merrianne Dyer.
  • Georgia's P.S.C. wants a conservative approach to solar
    The future for solar energy is bright but needs to go further; that was the message at a panel discussion on solar held at Lanier Technical College Monday in Oakwood.
  • National video in the works that would showcase Hall County
    Hall County Commissioners recently reviewed an agreement with a producer to shoot a conference TV video featuring Hall County that would get national exposure.
  • Don Carter State Park opening is slated for this summer
    Georgia State Parks Director Becky Kelley told Gainesville Kiwanis Club members Tuesday Don Carter State Park should open later this summer, possibly in August.
  • Hall Commissioners want clarification on opportunity zone
    Hall County Commissioners Monday wanted clarification on exactly where a proposed opportunity zone might be set up to provide job credits for new business.
  • History Center holds Civil War Family Day
    Gainesville area moms, dads and their youngsters got an American Civil War history lesson free of charge from the Northeast Georgia History Center at Brenau University Sunday.
  • GPD gains CALEA honors for another three years
    The Gainesville Police Department and Chief Brian Kelly received law enforcement's version of the 'high five' this week with a re-accreditation award from CALEA, the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies.
  • Kubota celebrates 25th year in Gainesville
    A mid-afternoon rain shower did not stop but possibly shortened a 25 year anniversary observance in Kubota Manufacturing Company’s parking lot Thursday.
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