FORSYTH, Ga. – Georgia Department of Corrections Commissioner Homer Bryson announced the promotion of James Payne to Warden at Burruss Correctional Training Center (CTC) effective July 1, 2016. As Warden, Payne will be responsible for overseeing 253 staff members and 806 medium security male offenders.
Aragon’s budget got one final realignment before being finalized for the 2016 Fiscal Year, and the 2017 numbers are approved and ready to set the course for the next 12 months of revenue and spending within the city limits.
The City of Cedartown and Primary Healthcare, Inc., have come to a new lease agreement as the organization is set to take over the rest of the space in the Medical Office Building at the end of the month for an expansion.
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The final meeting of stakeholders for Polk County’s 10-year comprehensive plan update was held earlier in the month and sought to finalize local leaders outlook on what they seek to accomplish in the coming decade for the cities and county governments.
The 2017 budget for Polk County is set to be wrapped up for the coming 2017 fiscal year during a called meeting of the board at 5 p.m. in the Polk County Board of Commissioners Meeting Room, located at the Polk County Police Department.
Look for a chance of afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms in Polk County, and more of the same overnight with clearing coming for midweek until the weekend, when rain enters the forecast again for Independence Day according to the National Weather Service forecast.
ATLANTA – The Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) will help staffing agency Express Employment Professionals recruit more than 50 quality control technicians to work in manufacturing plants in Carroll and Haralson counties in Georgia and other plants in Alabama.
The City of Cedartown is in the process of updating records and they are seeking the assistance of active water customers. City officials ask that customers contact City Hall and provide a current phone number that can be associated with their account.
Polk County Magistrate Judge Christy Garner will be getting a bump in her overall retirement following approval by commissioners to allow some of the years she’s served in the role to be counted as full time, but not all of them.