Articles by Bo McMullian


Sneads council talks repairs, improvements

Among the key topics of discussion at this past Tuesday’s Sneads Town Council meeting was rebuilding local infrastructure and public facilities nearly nine months after Category 4 Hurricane Michael battered the region on October 10, 2018. Though not directly related to Hurricane Michael damage, resurfacing Gay Avenue was at the top of the council’s infrastructure…

Council delays vote on new meters

Chattahoochee city council members were somewhat less united Tuesday evening on the idea of replacing their old gas, water and electric meters with a new electronic digital meter system. After much discussion by the council and members of the public, the council decided to wait and hold another workshop instead.  A representative of Devtech Sales…

Chattahoochee electric customers complain of higher bills since “storm recovery fee” implemented

There was a public uproar in Chattahoochee this past week over the city’s newly-imposed “storm recovery fee,” tacked on to city electric bills to help pay for Hurricane Michael cleanup, according to city officials. At a Chattahoochee City Council meeting earlier this month, multiple residential customers of city-owned electric utility complained of oppressively higher electric…

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