It's been almost three decades since the city of Dawsonville had a property tax increase.
Early voting began Monday for the July 20 primary and will continue through July 16 at the Dawson County Elections and Registration Office.
Dawsonville officials are looking to resolve a service area dispute with the Etowah Water and Sewer Authority that both sides have said could end up in court.
A decade long dispute over who's responsible for the upkeep of two roads in the Chestatee subdivision is expected to come to an end on Thursday.
A Superior Court judge has sided with the city of Dawsonville in a three-year-old lawsuit involving the rezoning of a portion of the Gold Creek subdivision.
Anyone planning to go to the courthouse over the next few months should plan a little longer walk to the front door.
4 p.m. Thursday at city hall
Alicia Wright of Dawson County sometimes hears people complain about who gets voted into office.
6 p.m. May 20 at city hall
Two handlers from the Dawson County Emergency Services K-9 Strike Team are now certified to national standards.
Mike Berg, chairman of the Dawson County Board of Commissioners, was elected last month to serve the Association County Commissioners of Georgia as third vice president.
L. New Business 1.Permit for Assembly: Tour of Atlanta Bike Race – Mr. James Lowe 2. Permit for Assembly: Poker Run for Dawson Humane Society – Adrienne Patterson 3. Proclamation: Emergency Services Week – EMA Director Billy Thurmond 4. Approval of the Emergency Services Fundraiser for Stations #5 & #6 – EMA Director Billy Thurmond 5. Approval of the Assistance to Fire Fighters Grant – EMA Director Billy Thurmond 6. Approval to declare surplus: F-250 Pick Up from Road Department – Public Works Director David Headley 7. Approval of GIS Website Hosting/Maintenance Services – Planning Director David McKee 8. Approval of AV Consultant for Dawson County ...
The city of Dawsonville was recently honored by a statewide association that recognizes exceptional water systems on a local level.
Law enforcement officers know they should never take threats lightly.
James Swafford was recognized by the Association County Commissioners of Georgia for completion of the Commissioners Training Program and the Certified Commissioners Advanced Program at the association's 96th annual meeting held recently at the Savannah Civic Center in Chatham County.
County commissioners last week voted to retain an attorney after learning Dawson County Sheriff Billy Carlisle plans to fight for salary increases for his employees.
Democratic hopefuls and supporters will gather for a rally in Dahlonega next weekend.
Dawsonville is another step closer to adding an activity center and green space.