City targets dilapidated houses
A grant of just under a half-million dollars will help fund the city's effort to demolish derelict structures in Northwest Moultrie and return that land to a useful purpose, city officials say.
County hires Stewart as administrator
Colquitt County Commission made its interim county administrator’s position permanent on Thursday, approving Mike Stewart with a unanimous vote.
Moultrie council OKs small tax increase
Moultrie City Council on Tuesday approved a tax increase, but went out of its way to point out how small it will be.
'Wellness' part of county's new insurance plan
Colquitt County Commission approved Tuesday changes to its health insurance plan that will set higher deductible amounts and require that employees take part in a wellness plan.
City OKs rezoning for two businesses
Rezoning cleared the way Tuesday for a new business and an expansion of an existing one in the northeast part of Moultrie.
Riverside considers tax increase
The Town of Riverside may raise its property tax rate.
The town council is finalizing its budget for the 2013-14 fiscal year, and it includes a proposed millage rate increase.
Officials watch SPLOST revenue warily
With schools, roads and a Moultrie wastewater rehab depending on sales tax funding, officials are keeping an eye on revenue figures as the early months of 2013 have seen collections drop.
Sunday alcohol sales will be on November ballot
Moultrie residents will vote in November whether alcohol can be sold on Sundays. But regardless of that vote, alcohol sales will be legal on Thanksgiving beginning this year.
Split vote approves rezoning on South Main Street
On Tuesday, Moultrie City Council fielded two calls for rezoning. Both passed, one with no opposition and the other with a split vote of the short-handed council.
County commissioners support tax increase
Colquitt County commissioners agreed to a tax increase and eliminated merit pay increases of 2 percent for employees as it made the apparent final touches Tuesday on its budget.
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