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Statham looks to improve water treatment plant

Statham looks to improve water treatment plant

Statham is about to spend up to $8,000 on the preparation of a performance survey and the completion of an operational evaluation of the city’s water treatment facility, both done by Engineering Management, Inc.

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Statham to pay more for water plant

Statham to pay more for water plant

The City of Statham will have to fork out nearly $900,000 in the next five years for needed maintenance and improvements to the city’s water plant.

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Auburn to take time before voting on spending more money for ballfields

Auburn to take time before voting on spending more money for ballfields

A sharp increase in cost for a Parks Mill Ball Field project has led to the Auburn City Council members taking more time to decide how it’ll be handled.

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Bethlehem council to vote on $295,690 budget

The Bethlehem City Council will vote on a new budget next month.

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Winder approves up to $480,000 for storm water improvements

Winder approves up to $480,000 for storm water improvements

Winder Mayor David Maynard has the city council’s approval to spend up to a little over $480,000 on storm water improvements on Alexander Street.

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Construction of Auburn reservoir could begin by middle of 2015

Construction of Auburn reservoir could begin by middle of 2015

Construction on the reservoir that will be used by Auburn and Winder residents could begin as early as mid-2015.

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Winder renewable gas facility, which once had deal with city, calls it quits

Winder renewable gas facility, which once had deal with city, calls it quits

The company that owns Winder’s renewable gas facility at Oak Grove Landfill, which hasn’t been producing renewable gas since early 2013, recently officially called it quits on the natural gas business.

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Auburn looks into new system to keep track of employee time at work

Auburn looks into new system to keep track of employee time at work

The city of Auburn may soon have a new system in place to keep track of when employees are at work and how to track leave time.

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Area mayors choose to honor one who makes an impact in their city

Area mayors choose to honor one who makes an impact in their city

A woman described as the "mother of Statham" was among six people recognized last week for their impact in the community.

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Winder votes to raise occupation tax

Winder votes to raise occupation tax

 

For the first time in several years, Winder businesses are going to be paying the City more in regulatory fees and occupation taxes starting next month.

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Auburn police dept. to hire new officers

Auburn police dept. to hire new officers

The Auburn Police Department will hire temporary officers to provide extra shift coverage.

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Winder temporarily closes gym with no license

Winder temporarily closes gym with no license

Pump ‘N Iron Gym, located at 50 West May St., has closed its doors temporarily after running its business for over a year with no license, and at least one former member is unhappy to have been charged money by an illegitimate establishment—even after its doors were closed.

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