March 16, 2011
Photo by Howard Reed
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The Social Circle City Council is considering an ordinance that woud allow golf carts to travel on public roads.
SOCIAL CIRCLE -- The chief of the Social Circle Department of Public Safety is using the resignation of one the department's supervisors as an opportunity to consider reorganizing the department in its effort to become state certified.
SOCIAL CIRCLE -- Mayor Jim Burgess will not seek re-election this year.
SOCIAL CIRCLE — Mayor Jim Burgess will not seek re-election this year.
SOCIAL CIRCLE -- Dealing with the aftermath of a car crash can be a hassle, but Social Circle has taken steps to make the process a little more convenient.
SOCIAL CIRCLE -- Those with the patriotic spirit will have one more opportunity to celebrate Independence Day in Social Circle.
Not much will change in the next year, based on the 2011-12 budget approved by the Social Circle City Council last week.
SOCIAL CIRCLE -- The Social Circle City Council has finalized its list of spending priorities should Walton County voters approve another sales tax referendum next year.
SOCIAL CIRCLE -- The Social Circle City Council appears poised to stretch out and participate in a countywide public relations effort spearheaded by One Walton.
SOCIAL CIRCLE -- Social Circle is asking for a recount.
COVINGTON -- It's time to "Feed the Litter Critter," according to the folks with the Clean City Social Circle Committee, which is hosting the Citywide Cleanup on Saturday.
Construction on the second portion of the Social Circle Bypass has not yet begun, but the road now has a name.
SOCIAL CIRCLE -- Social Circle public works and public safety employees received a pat on the back from city officials for their efforts in keeping local roads and bridges clear during last week's snow and ice storm.
SOCIAL CIRCLE -- Finding a place in Social Circle to have a glass of wine with dinner may have just gotten a little easier.
The Wellness Walk through historic Social Circle has been established. Formed as a partnership between Walton Wellness, Social Circle Better Hometown and the Historic Preservation Society of Social Circle, the Wellness Walk consists of two separate routes through the Social Circle downtown, each marked with various points of interest.
After waiving a provision of a local ordinance requiring four council members to vote on approval of nominees to the ethics committee, the Social Circle City Council approved on Tuesday the first members of the city's new ethics committee.
SOCIAL CIRCLE -- Pinnacle Bank employees were honored by the Social Circle City Council for their efforts in assisting the police department in the arrests and convictions of several people attempting to deposit or cash bad checks.
The Social Circle Police Department is looking for ways to put funds seized from illegal activity to good use.