Andy Seibert, pastor of Christ Lutheran Church, helped carry the bags and boxes, loading them into the trunk of no-nonsense volunteer Bea Simmonds' car.
With special purpose local option sales tax revenue coming in at about 60 percent of projections, Flowery Branch has faced a challenging funding environment, City Manager Bill Andrew said.
Flowery Branch City Council voted unanimously to annex and rezone four "highly developable" properties on Spout Springs and Old Orr roads during its Thursday night meeting.
Flowery Branch accepted its city clerk's resignation Jan. 9 and intends to appoint an interim clerk during tonight's City Council meeting.
A Flowery Branch man accused of stabbing an unidentified man at a party Saturday in Lawrenceville was later shot and killed by police at a separate location.
Flowery Branch's mayor and City Council adopted the city's redevelopment plan for its historic downtown Thursday night.
Flowery Branch Police Chief David Spillers is uncompromising on the point that service to community is the critical thread in a successful connection.
City Council unanimously approved Thursday night purchasing a license plate scanning system that will let Flowery Branch police determine if an auto's owner has outstanding violations.
Flowery Branch city planner John McHenry presented City Council with a draft Thursday night of its marketing analysis and redevelopment plan for the city's historic and commercial gateway district.
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About a half-dozen city and Hall County leaders met Wednesday to continue developing a plan to better connect communities through a web of multiuse trails.
An ordinance to allow City Manager Bill Andrew to waive application fees to provide an additional incentive for businesses considering annexation received first reading Thursday by the Flowery Branch City Council.
Flowery Branch voters will be busier than most this fall: Two City Council seats and the mayor's post are being contested in the Nov. 5 municipal elections.
Aerocom USA celebrated the opening of its new 13,000-square-foot headquarters and training facility Thursday on Thurmon Tanner Parkway in Oakwood.
Flowery Branch redevelopment consultant Pond and Co. rolled out its proposed vision for the historic downtown Tuesday evening during its final community meeting.