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ZONING REWRITE HEARINGS
The City of South Fulton is overhauling its Zoning laws, which govern everything from what kinds of businesses are allowed in what areas of our city to what kinds of materials must be used in the construction of homes or commercial storefronts.
EMERGENCY COUNCIL MEETING
Personnel & Litigation (City Attorney)
Wednesday, December 2 • 3.30PM
REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS
November & December Regular Meeting Schedule
Work Session & Regular Meeting Combined
Tuesday, December 9 • 10AM
Work Sessions usually occur the 2nd Tuesday of each month. Work Sessions will not run longer than three hours, from 4PM to 7PM. City Council does not vote in Work Sessions, but uses them to discuss complex issues in deep detail.
Regular Meetings is where voting occurs. These meetings are usually held the 4th Tuesday of each month at 10AM. As is the case with many traditional government bodies, the most contentious topics are placed at the end of the agenda. Regular meetings currently have no set end-time. They begin with Proclamations, Zoning Hearings and Public Comment (this is where citizens can send in or deliver questions & comments directly to City Council). Historically, Council Meetings of this nature last about 6-8 hours.
Daytime meetings were proposed to accommodate daytime work hours of city staff, architects & lawyers for developers (who attend Zoning Hearings) as well as Senior residents.
Emergency and Special Called Meetings may be called by the Mayor alone, or a quorum (majority) of City Council Members at any time as long as 48 hours notice is provided.
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CITY COUNCIL NEWS
South Fulton Names New City Manager
November 2020 — Tammi Saddler-Jones, who joined the City of South Fulton’s executive leadership team in late October to serve as the Assistant City Manager, has been promoted to City Manager. The promotion came in in the wake of the sudden departure of former City Manager Odie Donald. The November 10 meeting will be Saddler-Jones' first in the new position.
Saddler-Jones has over 20 years of experience in local government, most recently as the City Administrator for Smyrna since 2017. In 2018, Smyrna made Money Magazine’s 50 Best Places to Live in the United States. Tammi Saddler-Jones earned a Bachelor's in English from Tougaloo College, a Master of Public Administration degree from Ohio State University, and a certificate ICMA Leadership Program.
SOUTH FULTON'S 2021 BUDGET
A primary responsibility of every level of government — from Congress to your local City Council — is passing a Budget. The City Budget determines how tax dollars collected by the city are spent. The Calendar by which governments (and businesses) spend money is known as the Budget Year or Fiscal Year (FY).
The City of South Fulton's Fiscal Year begins each October 1 (just like a school calendar, where the 2021 School Year begins in Fall 2020).
The Federal Government's Fiscal Year also beings October 1.
The Fiscal Year for Fulton County begins January 1.
The Fiscal Year for Fulton County Schools begins July 1.
The Fiscal Year for the State of Georgia begins July 1.
After holding several Public Hearings to get citizen feedback on the 2021 Budget, South Fulton's City Council will make final decisions on the budget at a Special Council Meeting this Tuesday.
Our 2021 Complete Budget is nearly $110 Million, including T-SPLOST, federal grants and special funds. Learn more on our Budget Page at the link below.
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City of South Fulton is Hiring
Georgia's 5th Largest City from the day of its inception, Atlanta's new Twin City, South Fulton, is always hiring. Click the links below to view current job postings & sign up for new job alerts at the links below.