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Design Review Board to discuss demolitions, more on Tuesday
Milton’s Design Review Board will meet Tuesday evening to discuss the prospective demolition of several structures around the city, among other matters. The July 7 meeting, which begins at 6 p.m., will be the group’s first since March 3. The …
Trails Plan presentation lays out priorities, possibilities for City
*** UPDATE *** Mayor Joe Lockwood and Milton's City Council unanimously approved all items under consideration of Monday night's Council agenda -- including the City's push for federal CARES Act funding and a legal move aimed at obtaining owed property t…
Rentals of City outdoor fields, facilities resumes July 6
Starting on July 6, the City of Milton will resume rentals of its outdoor spaces, fields and the like for the first time in months, albeit with some restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic. From that date forward, anyone can reserve a facility or…
Q & A on Gov. Kemp's orders, other COVID-19 matters
Gov. Brian Kemp has issued numerous Executive Orders in recent weeks related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Since these are State Orders, State authorities enforce them and define their parameters. That said, as a service to our residents, the City of Mil…
Planning Commission recommends to approve Ebenezer church project
*** UPDATED POST *** At its meeting Wednesday, the Planning Commission unanimously recommended to approve the two concurrent variance requests related to the Ebenezer church project. The proposal was recommended "as is" with one small exception -- that&…
City staff offers Pool Permit Workshop; checklist and video available
*** UPDATED POST *** City staff successfully held a Pool Permit Workshop on Tuesday, explaining the process and answering questions. Here's some useful information and links for those who couldn't attend (either virtually or in-person), or even those wh…
Community Zoning Information meeting Tuesday at City Hall, via Zoom
Milton will hold a Community Zoning Information meeting – often dubbed CZIM – the night of Tuesday, June 23, and like other recent similar events it will take place in City Hall’s Council Chambers and also offered via Zoom. This wil…
Council defers vote on revised Tree Canopy Conservation Ordinance
Milton’s City Council on Monday evening conducted a vigorous, extensive debate about a revised Tree Canopy Conservation Ordinance proposal, ultimately deciding in a split vote to defer its passage or failure until several questions could be addresse…
Parks and Rec board discusses adult soccer program at first meeting in months
***UPDATED POST*** Milton's Parks and Recreation Advisory Board held a successful meeting on Thursday evening. Members convened in City Hall, and the meeting was also streamed on Zoom. (For technical reasons, it did not appear on the City's Facebook page…
BZA to meet on Tuesday; public can participate in City Hall or via Zoom
*** UPDATE *** Milton's Board of Zoning Appeals held a successful meeting Tuesday evening in City Hall's Council Chambers. Board members approved all four items under consideration with conditions. To watch the meeting in full, click HERE.   *** …
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