Bulloch Local Government

Statesboro Mayor Appointed to National League of Cities’ Public Safety and Crime Prevention Committee

McCollar was elected to a one-year term and will provide strategic direction and guidance for NLC’s federal advocacy agenda and.

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City of Statesboro Seeking Applications for Planning Commission

The City of Statesboro is accepting applications for appointments to its Planning Commission. The appointments are for four-year terms. The.

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Construction Changes Coming to North Annex Beginning Dec. 14

Beginning December 14, the back entrance to the North Main Annex will be closed due to construction. Customers needing in.

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Bulloch County Graduates 24 from Management Development Program

Bulloch County Board of Commissioners held a graduation ceremony on December 8 for its inaugural Management Development Program (MDP) class..

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Board of Education Regular Session, Reception for Outgoing Board Members is Thursday Night

The Bulloch County Board of Education will host its scheduled regular session on Thursday, December 8, at 6:30 p.m., in.

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Statesboro Council Tables Constituent Services Office for Congressional Rep After Councilwoman Asks ‘Why Is It Free?’

The Statesboro City Council was slated to renew a constituent services office for the congressional representative for the 12th district.

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Here’s what happened at the 12/6/22 Statesboro City Council Meeting

This is a summary of what happened at the 12/6/22 Statesboro City Council Meeting. Call to Order by Mayor Jonathan.

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City of Statesboro, community partners to host toy drive

The City of Statesboro in partnership with Bulloch County NAACP, the Statesboro Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.,.

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Bulloch Commissioners Announce New Clerk

The Bulloch County Board of Commissioners recently announced the appointment of Venus Mincey-White to serve as Clerk of the Board..

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Bulloch County Election Results – Nov. 8, 2022

Turnout in Bulloch County was 49.69% with 22,335 of the county’s 44,948 registered voters casting ballots. County Commission – District.

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