The Rockdale County Board of Commissioners is expected to consider the purchase of playground equipment for Black Shoals Park at its Nov. 26 meeting.
Spending plan includes pay increases for deputies
The Rockdale County Board of Commissioners approved the first reading of a $58 million budget for 2014 Tuesday morning, while at the same time acknowledging that their budget work is not done.
Rockdale commissioners are expected to approve a contract with the Georgia Department of Transportation that will pave the way for improvements at the intersection of Sigman, Salem and Old Covington roads.
A tradition of worship will continue Tuesday night with the annual Community Thanksgiving Worship Service.
Sounds of the season will ring out in Conyers and Covington with upcoming musical performances that evoke the holiday spirit.
The City Council will meet just once during three calendar months of 2014 instead of the usual two meetings per month.
An agreement that transfers maintenance responsibilities for Covington’s downtown Square to the city from Newton County has been approved by both the city and county.
The City Council voted unanimously Monday night to increase its portion of funding for a transportation enhancement project on Clark Street.
The Optimist Club will sponsor the annual Festival of Trees this year, bringing a holiday forest to downtown Covington.
The Covington City Council will consider changes to the city’s electric utility rates following recommendations by a consultant from Electric Cities of Georgia.