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City Planning Department Garners Statewide Attention for Charrette


From left: Brian Herrmann, planner II; Barbara Curry, development & project coordinator; Charlotte Christian, housing administrator; Sharika Brown, administrative assistant; and Mollie Powell, zoning & code enforcement administrator
The City of Thomasville’s Planning Department has received the American Planning Association of Georgia award for Outstanding Planning Process, Small Community for the Creative District Plan and community charrette which they led earlier this year. The award was presented to the Planning Department during the APAG’s annual conference.
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City of Thomasville Proposed Sign Ordinance Draft

The City of Thomasville Planning Department, in order to more effectly serve the citizens of Thomasville, has began the process of revising the City's sign ordinance. Click the link below to view the most current draft of the proposed ordinance.

Proposed Sign Ordinance Draft

Example Sign Photos

Please submit any suggestions in writing to Sharika Brown:  sharikab@thomasville.org

 

TFR Observes Fire Prevention Month

Thomasville Fire Rescue will celebrate Fire Prevention Month throughout the month of October. “In a fire, every second counts,” said TFR Fire Marshal Tim Connell. “Because of this, fire prevention is especially important. Observing Fire Prevention Month gives us the opportunity to emphasis the work we already do throughout the year in regards to fire safety and prevention education.”
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CNS Lends Rotary Club of Thomasville a Hand


Rotary member Wallace Goodman shakes Michael Reddick’s hand in appreciation for his technical support during Thursday’s video conference. Reddick, a systems administrator II for the City of Thomasville, used his technical expertise in Internet-based conferencing to ensure that the program went off without a hitch.

CNS staff members sprung into action after receiving a call for assistance from the Rotary Club of Thomasville. The Club needed reliable, high-speed Internet access in order to conduct a video conference with a Georgia Rotary Student Program participant, Loreto González, in Buin, Chile.
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City of Thomasville Utilities Opens Enrollment for Budget Billing Program

City of Thomasville Utilities has announced open enrollment for the Budget Billing Program. This program gives utilities customers an additional payment option, which can be helpful during the winter months when extreme temperatures may cause increased monthly utility usage. The current enrollment period begins October 1st and will end October 31st.
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Mayor Recognizes October as National Disability Employment Awareness Month

On Tuesday, September 23, Mayor Max Beverly presented Michael Edwards, Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Association, and Sheila Lamons, certified rehabilitation counselor, with a proclamation formally recognizing the month of October as National Disability Employment Awareness Month.

Each year during October, the NDEAM campaign helps to raise awareness about disability employment issues and celebrates the many and varied contributions of America's workers with disabilities. This year's theme is “Expect. Employ. Empower.”

“While we have made incredible advancements in independent living and accessibility, the employment rate of people with disabilities is too low. All of us have a role to play in reversing this inequity. Employers must foster workplaces welcoming to all qualified employees and potential employees. People with disabilities must understand the intrinsic value of work and their role in our economic success,” said Edwards.

 

Mayor Speak with Local Kindergarten Class


Back Row: Max Beverly and Lindsey Allen; Front Row: Kenleigh Pearce, Simon Richardson, London Vicks, Caleb Lynch

October 10, 2014 - Earlier this week, City of Thomasville Mayor Max Beverly played host to a group of eager and interested kindergarteners from Thomasville Christian School. Mayor Beverly encourged the young students to do well in school so that one day they may be able to be leaders within our community.

 

 

City to Begin SPLOST Stormwater Improvements on Martin Luther King Drive

MLK Drive, between Wolf Street and Alexander Street, will be closed to thru-traffic for stormwater improvements beginning September 22, 2014. Construction is expected to be completed in approximately 45 days.

Citizens are advised to plan alternate routes during construction and to anticipate possible delays when traveling in the area.
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