College Park will review small business ordinances enacted in 200.

College Park awarded state recognition

The city of College Park recently released a series of announcements:

  • College Park has once again been recognized by the Government Finance Officers Association for the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting, and the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award.
  • Special Projects Administrator Jackson Myers remains engaged with staff from the Fulton County Department of Housing and Community Development to help the city’s participation in Fulton County’s Community Development Block Grant Entitlement Program. College Park has become eligible for improvement to the Bill Badgett Stadium as a result of this program.
  • Various members of city administration have been in communications with new ownership of the unfinished hotel facility located at 4475 Best Road to discuss specific requirements for development and operations respectively. The discussion clarified city hotel and extended stay related regulations, including recently revised policies. College Park is confident that after further vetting, construction may resume in the coming months.
  • The mayor and City Council authorized a temporary moratorium regarding hair care establishments in late 2000. During the resulting cessation period, an ordinance was ultimately adopted that governed both square footage and various operational guidelines and standards for such businesses. A follow-up review of the ordinance has been deemed necessary.


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