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Hall County Commissioners learned Wednesday that more revenue is coming in just when they need it most and that money is coming from past due tax collections, according to Tax Commissioner Darla Eden.
Two Hall County department heads hoping to hire full time employees and get more operating funds learned their budget requests were a 'tough sell' before county commissioners.
Hall County Commissioners got a cost and damage update on last weekend’s flooding Wednesday afternoon from Emergency Management Director and Fire Chief David Kimbrell, and learned the deluge was near historic proportions.
Hall County Commissioners reviewed and then indicated they liked a proposal from Sheriff Gerald Couch Monday to raise money to buy new cars and hire a mechanic.
Hall County Commissioners observed Monday that damaged roads are recovering from the spring deluge that struck the area this weekend, but some roads are taking longer to fix than others.
Governor Nathan Deal Wednesday underlined Georgia’s new Boating under the Influence Law at Hall County’s Laurel Park boat Ramp on Lake Lanier.
The Hall County School System’s 2013 Night of Honor welcomed 83 retirees and 33 teachers of the year Monday night at Chestatee High School.
Hall County School Board members settled down to an evening of reviewing a proposed $199-million 2014 budget after recognizing teachers of the year and retirees during the annual ‘Night of Honor’ program at Chestatee High School Monday night.
Hall County Commissioners offered no explanation Wednesday on why just over 500 acres held by the Gainesville Hall County Development Authority in the Gateway Corridor Industrial Park wound up tax exempt.
A Hall County Commissioner Wednesday made his position clear about Gainesville City Council’s Tuesday statement that was critical of the Commission’s position on Red Rabbit Transit and the rest of the Community Service Center.
A trio of Gainesville police officers left early Wednesday to participate in an annual bicycle ride to honor and remember law officers who died or were injured in the line of duty.
Gainesville City Council Tuesday night approved the city/county intergovernmental agreement that promises to keep the city’s fixed route transit service, the Red Rabbit, running, but not without misgivings.
President of the Hall County Taxpayers Association Doug Aiken Monday challenged Hall County Commissioners to explain how just over five hundred acres of industrial development property in the Gateway Corridor Industrial Park wound up tax exempt.
There’s a city /county agreement on the table on who should own and operate what where Gainesville Hall County transit is concerned, but now it has a sun-set date approved Monday in resolutions from Hall County Commissioners.
Gainesville's historic Green Street swimming pool becomes a memory later this month when demolition crews take it apart and replace it with a grassy landscape.
Flowery Branch, at least a portion of it, is now in the Lake Lanier Islands Parkway Community Improvement District, with unanimous approval Thursday night from City Council.
Gainesville City Council reviewed their Fiscal Year 2014 budget Thursday morning that is slightly larger but calls for no tax increase; City Manager Kip Padgett said that could change.
From Iran to Benghazi, from catfish to cars and from immigration reform to the budget, it came up Monday night in Gainesville at 9th District Republican Congressman Doug Collins' first town hall meeting since he office in January.
Gainesville's state Senator Butch Miller recapped the 2013 legislative session and also looked ahead Thursday at a Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce meeting.
Governor Nathan Deal Tuesday at Lake Lanier signed a measure to make boating safer on Georgia’s lakes.
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