Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Powder Springs Mayor Pat Vaughn last month gave her annual “State of the City” address, which covered several highlights of the past year as well as project completions and events expected to occur later this year.
2013 is already shaping up to be a bright year for Powder Springs. That was the message Mayor Pat Vaughn gave during her “State of the City” address on Feb. 12. Vaughn began her address by focusing on the city’s economic status. She said that even though this year is in its infancy, at least one economic factor has shown growth over the previous year. “The city continues to recover and we are encouraged by recent signs of economic activity,” Vaughn said. “Our building permits, residential development, is under way on New Macland at the Vineyards development. This year, we have had 24 new housing starts, whereas last year, we only had zero. “So that is a very, very good sign, and we are quite pleased with that.” Twenty-one new businesses …
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Mayor Pat Vaughn will present the State of the City address, while attendees will be able to ask city officials questions during the town hall meeting, which will begin at 7 p.m.
Monday, February 11, 2013
Tuesday’s “State of the City” in Powder Springs will see details given out on the city’s proposed changes to its council districts. The town hall meeting-style event will begin at 7 p.m.
Monday, February 11
A proposed change to Powder Springs’ city council districts is set to be one of the topics discussed during a town hall meeting Tuesday night—an event that also will feature Mayor Pat Vaughn’s annual State of the City address. Tuesday’s meeting—scheduled to run from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Coach Ford Center's Reception Hall, 4181 Atlanta St.—will allow residents to view and receive some details on the proposed changes to city council districts. PDF copies of the proposed maps are attached to this article. The Powder Spring City Council is set to vote on the maps at its Feb. 18 meeting. If approved, the maps would be effective with this year’s municipal elections for ward representatives. Residents on Nov. 5 will head to the polls to select …
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Mayor Pat Vaughn will present the State of the City address, while attendees will be able to ask city officials questions during the Feb. 12 town hall meeting.
Tuesday, February 5
Residents of Powder Springs will be able to listen to and ask questions of city officials during a town hall meeting set for next week. The Tuesday, Feb. 12 event is scheduled to run from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Coach Ford Center's Reception Hall, 4181 Atlanta St. The meeting will see Powder Springs Mayor Pat Vaughn presenting the annual State of the City address. City residents during the event also will have the chance to share their views and ask elected officials questions. In last year’s address, Vaughn discussed advances in the city’s public safety efforts, public works projects, community developments and more. Return to West Cobb Patch for coverage next week of the State of the City address. Don’t miss any of the local government news …
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Pat Vaughn gave her annual speech to more than 100 people at the Coach Ford Center Monday.
Powder Springs Mayor Pat Vaughn discussed what’s happened in the last year, as well as what’s coming up for the city—road and facility improvements, a new park, and new fees and rates—during her 2012 State of the City address. At least 100 were in attendance—many of them city officials—at the Coach Ford Center Monday night. The number was visibly more than last year’s State of the City, which was held during lunchtime. On the topic of public safety, she noted Police Chief Charlie Sewell starting in August 2011; the force moving into the new station in April 2011, with the dedication ceremony on Aug. 22; the department’s restructuring; new hires, including Maj. John Robison; the launching of the tip sheet program; producing monthly …
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. at the Coach Ford Center's Reception Hall.
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Powder Springs Mayor Pat Vaughn is set to give her annual State of the City address tonight at 7 at the Coach Ford Center's Reception Hall. Last year, Vaughn discussed the city's budget, layoffs, city employees and more. Also at the meeting, the results from the economic study by the University of Georgia's Fanning Institute will be presented. Additionally, residents will have the chance to meet with city officials from the police, Public Works and Community Development departments.