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A. Roll Call
Grants, county funds and committed community involvement would be required if the Dawson County Board of Commissioners moves forward with a program to beautify portions of Ga. 400.
Property tax bills will be in the mail Sept. 10, according to officials at the Dawson County Tax Commissioner Office.
A. Roll call
Fire service in Dawson County's Liberty community has come a long way from its roots almost four decades ago.
Almost three decades have passed since Dawsonville Mayor Joe Lane Cox attended his first regional development meeting.
An auditor with a Marietta accounting firm gave the Dawson County Humane Society's finances a clean bill of health.
According to her personnel file, Dawsonville's highest non-elected official was disciplined by the mayor this spring, nearly three months before she was dismissed.
When it comes to planning for long-range improvement projects, the Georgia Department of Transportation is hoping to get input from the community.
6 p.m. Aug. 19 at city hall
Patrol cars are necessities not luxury items, Dawson County Sheriff Billy Carlisle said Monday.
Disturbed by what they said were ongoing issues in the office, Dawsonville city councilmen voted 4-0 on Monday night to fire Kim Cornelison, city administrator and clerk.
Justin Power, Dawson County's new clerk of courts, was sworn in Monday at the courthouse.
Justin Power has one thing he would like to say to the voters of Dawson County: "Thank you, thank you, thank you."
Due to a recount request at the state level, advance voting for Dawson County residents was delayed for several hours on Monday.
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After several years of planning and development, Etowah Water and Sewer Authority is nearing completion on the first phase of its Russell Creek Reservoir.
Commissioners are considering a measure that could reduce funding for the local animal shelter.
A change in policy that would make one of the state's most secretive agencies more transparent overwhelmingly passed in the Georgia House last week.
Clean-up from the ice storm that knocked down an estimated 1,000 trees in Dawson County is expected to take several months.
Sewer lines at the outlet mall, support of adult education and dollars set aside to ease traffic at the county's busiest intersection are among projects the Appalachian Regional Commission has had a direct hand in bringing to Dawson County.
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