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Christmas and New Year City Services Schedule

The City of Thomasville offices will be closed December 24 and 25, 2014, and January 1, 2015 in observance of Christmas and the New Year holiday.

Because of the holiday observances, some City services will be affected.
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TPD to Step Up Impaired Driving Enforcement During the Holiday Season

Thomasville Police Department will be participating in the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety’s annual zero Tolerance Campaign, in conjunction with the national Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over initiative, which kicks off today, Friday, December 12. 
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CNS Television Goes Digital

CNS Television has begun a digital migration project that will transition all of its analog television signals to digital signals. By transitioning from analog to digital, CNS is freeing up a large portion of its network, which will provide the opportunity to expand and enhance services.
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City Seeks Citizens' Input on Sign Ordinance Revisions

City of Thomasville staff are reaching out to the community for feedback as part of an initiative to bring clarity and consistency to the city's existing sign ordinances. Please take a moment to read over the most recent draft of the ordinance and submit any feedback to the City of Thomasville Planning Department using the e-mail address provided below.

Click the link below to view the most current draft of the proposed ordinance.

If you would like to submit feedback regarding the proposed changes to the existing sign ordinance, please e-mail them to Sharika Brown at sharikab@thomavsille.org.

 

TPD Hosts 14th Annual Goodwill Project

Thomasville Police Department’s Investigation Division, in conjunction with the Thomas County Sherriff’s Investigators and Narcotics Divisions, hosted the 14th Annual Goodwill Project yesterday. The Goodwill Project raises money through the sale of chicken dinner plates each year to benefit Thomas County’s needy children during the holidays.
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