FLOWERY BRANCH - City Council signed off Thursday night on an annexation request, clearing the way for Hollis Transport to expand its warehouse and gain greater access to sewer services.
Brian Hollis has spent a lifetime on the water, in and around boats. As a child, he was tossed amid the wake on an inner tube and later at the end of a tow rope both on skis and barefoot. He's taught water-skiing to students from around the world, and he grew into boatbuilding, tooling a 40-foot-plus beast with three massive engines. As an adult, Hollis took the helm as a world and national champion ...
The Flowery Branch City Council approved on first reading an ordinance that would annex Hollis Transport, allowing the trucking business greater access to sewer services.
The Flowery Branch City Council unanimously approved a conditional use permit Thursday night for the renovation of a former day care center.
Officials determined Monday that a threat made against Flowery Branch High School was a hoax, but not before some 1,000 students were checked out of class after hearing about the message that morning.
Flowery Branch planner James Riker will be leaving his role as that city's planning and development expert for the same job in Duluth.
Flowery Branch City Councilman Joe Anglin requested the city attorney's assurance Thursday night that there are safeguards against abuse of power by a mayor or council members during a state of emergency.
The start of demolition at a downtown Flowery Branch site is ushering in a new era in the city's revitalization, Mayor Mike Miller said.
Flowery Branch City Council members Thursday night voted to grant Mayor Mike Miller sole authority to declare a local emergency.
Flowery Branch City Council members Thursday approved acquisition of a combined 2.72-acre land parcel in a move questioned by a current Hall County commissioner and former council member.
BUFORD - City of Buford Planning and Zoning board members gave the OK to a motion Tuesday night to annex into the city and rezone approximately 82 acres in Hall County situated along Frazier Road and abutting Interstate 985, accessible by Golden Parkway in Buford.
The Civil War had ended the previous year when parishioners from two Flowery Branch churches sat together and discussed the merging of their respective parishes.
Redevelopment of the Flowery Branch historic city center is a step closer after a group of government officials last week approved threeproject-related proposals.
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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