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Jerry Gunn

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Recent Articles by Jerry Gunn

  • Recycling truck 'mural kids' see their picture
    A newly refitted recycling truck got an official greeting from Gainesville City Council and a special group of youngsters at the Public Safety Complex Tuesday afternoon.
  • Cresswind expansion gets first reading OK
    Gainesville's largest active senior adult development, Cresswind at Lake Lanier, got first reading city council approval Tuesday night to annex and rezone a 76 acre expansion after addressing landscaping and traffic concerns on Montgomery Drive.
  • Hall Commissioners look at raising builder fees
    Builders and developers in Hall County would pay more if resolutions to increase construction related fees get county commission approval.
  • Flowery Branch Council votes close for per diem pay
    Flowery Branch City Council narrowly voted 3-2 on first reading Thursday night for a charter amendment to allow per diem payment for attending meetings outside City Hall.
  • Area teens learn about laws and making choices
    “Do You Know the Law: An Engaged Conversation with Our Youth and Local Law Enforcement” brought Gainesville/Hall County area youngsters to the University of North Georgia’s Oakwood campus Wednesday night.
  • Flowery Branch officials want to look at extra pay
    Flowery Branch’s elected officials want to look at a charter amendment that would give them extra pay for attending extra meetings.
  • More area animals saved, less are lost at the Hall Animal Shelter
    There is more hope for animals at the Hall County Animal Shelter, thanks to rescue groups and caring families who come to adopt them and give them a new home.
  • Kimbrell seeks support for Wildfire Protection Plan
    There is a new volunteer, non-binding, no cost program in the offing from Hall Fire Services and the Georgia Forestry Commission aimed at safe guarding home and property owners from the dangers of wildfire.
  • Hall Commission votes to skip Lula sewer
    Despite a warning from Lula Mayor Milton Turner Monday that a Hall County built sewer plant to serve the Highway 365 Gateway Industrial park would cost more than tying into Lula’s plant, Commissioners Thursday night voted 4-1 to build their own plant.
  • Savage pleads guilty to federal weapons charges
    Celia Savage, the Cornelia woman facing federal explosives charges, pleaded guilty to two counts in federal court in Gainesville Tuesday morning.
  • Lula's mayor wants an answer on sewer
    Lula Mayor Milton Turner told Hall County Commissioners Monday that building a county sewer plant to serve the Highway 365 corridor north of Gainesville and not connecting to Lula's sewer plant under a previous agreement was the wrong direction to take for the taxpayers.
  • Hall's washout costs are adding up
    Hall County’s fire service, The Sheriff’s Department, and public works employees got a pat on the back from county commissioners Monday on restoring the weekend washout at C. Rogers Road in North Hall County, but those spring and summer washouts are costing plenty.
  • G'ville Council wants to annex all the islands
    Gainesville City Council Tuesday night) voted final approval on annexing 115 ‘island properties’, county parcels surrounded by the city. Now they want to bring in the rest of them.
  • School cafeteria workers get attendance incentive
    Gainesville School cafeteria workers may look forward to a bit more money in their paychecks in an incentive plan based on attendance approved Monday night by the Gainesville School Board.
  • Young Hall Firefighter gets big award
    A Hall County Firefighter/EMT trainee, inspired by his life-saving act in November, 2011 to become an emergency responder, received the prestigious Carnegie Hero Award during Thursday night’s county commission meeting.
  • Hall Commission adopts an Agri-Entertainment ordinance
    Hall County now has a new ordinance on the books, an agri-entertainment ordinance that permits and regulates country style weddings on agriculture zoned land without a commercial zoning change. County Commission Chairman Dick Mecum said Thursday night he did not see the need to table it as he suggested at Monday’s work session.
  • Busy Planning and Appeals meeting is a good indicator
    The Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board saw a busy agenda Tuesday night, the busiest they’ve seen in challenging economic times according to the chairman.
  • 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.
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