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Limb pickup ends March 31, 2015

The city will continue to pickup limbs through Tuesday, March 31, 2015.    We just ask that all limbs be cut 6 ft or shorter and no more than six inches in diameter.

You can call City Hall before March 31, 2015 at 706-652-2274 and let us know that you have limbs that need to be picked up.

Another limb pickup date will be scheduled in June 2015.

FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY MEMBERSHIP DRIVE MONTH

April is Friends of the Maysville Public Library membership drive month. This nonprofit group works with library staff to promote our public library services and programs throughout the community. In recent years they have provided us with the mural in our children’s room, the television for free films, books, video materials, a digital camera, children’s programs, and a computer for the circulation desk.

In order to raise money for these services they have fundraisers including bake sales, book sales, and a trunk sale. Membership is only $5 per person per year and $100 for a life time membership. Corporate sponsorship is $50 per year.

The Friends membership application is on our website. You can join by dropping off the application and your check/money at the Maysville Public Library circulation desk.

See you at the library!!

LIMB PICKUP

The city is still in the process of cleaning up after the recent ice storm. We will continue to pickup limbs that are on the curbside until we have reached every resident inside the city.  We just ask that all limbs be cut 6 ft or shorter and no more than six inches in diameter.

New York Times Bestselling Author-Karen White

MAYSVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY PRESENTS:

New York Times Bestselling Author

Karen White

 at the Maysville Public Library on Saturday, April 18, 2015, 11:30 a.m..

This event is free to the public.  Light refreshments will be served.

Easter Egg Hunt

The Maysville Public Library will be having their fourth annual Easter egg hunt on Saturday, March 28, 2015, at 11 a.m.. Light refreshments will be served after the egg hunt.

This event is for children 12 and under. There will be a separate egg hunt for children 3 years of age and under. All children must be accompanied by an adult…

March 2015 Library Newsletter

To view the March 2015 library newsletter visit the library’s newsletter page or Click Here.

Warming Shelter Information

February 18, 2015

If you have no power and need a warm place to stay tonight (February 18, 2015)

contact:

Mayor Richard Presley 678-858-5467

up to 9:00 p.m. tonight,

or contact the Commerce Civic Center,

110 State Street, Commerce, GA

at 706-336-6856 for assistance.

Winter Weather Storm Damage Update

Ice StormWe remind our citizens to please be patient with city staff as we clean up storm damage and restore utilities. We have been in contact with Georgia Power and they have reassured us that power should be reestablished no later than noon tomorrow, February 18th, 2015. If you see downed power lines do not approach them and be sure to call 911 to report.

Accepting Applications for Public Service Opportunities

PUBLICMaysville Seal NOTICE 

The City of Maysville is accepting applications for the following public service opportunities.  If you feel you  may be qualified and are willing to serve in either of these positions,

PLEASE CLICK HERE: -> PUBLICSERVICEAPPLICATION2015 (PDF)

to download the application.  Please return the completed application to City of Maysville, P.O. Box 86, Maysville, GA. 30646 or you may email the application to cityofmaysviller@windstream.net

 BOARD

Planning and Zoning

Downtown Development Authority

Looking forward to 2015 in Maysville

FROM THE DESK OF THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL:

We are looking forward to 2015 in The City of Maysville. We are in the process of updating our web page (cityofmaysvillega.org) for the city. It will show projects that have been accomplished in the last three years, and those that are currently in process.

Below are a list of accomplishments for the City of Maysville in the past couple of years and things that we are planning to work on in 2015.

Council Chambers / Courtroom(1)          Remodeled City Hall, upstairs and downstairs. The city now has a professional looking Court Room and Council Chamber upstairs. Thanks to Jackson County Building Department for helping with the project, this saved the city a lot of money.  This is your SPLOST dollars at work.

(2)          The Maysville Police Department has been updated, with a new coat of paint inside, new flooring and plumbing throughout the building. Thanks to Jackson Building Department for helping out with this project which kept the cost down for the city. This is your SPLOST money at work.

(3)          The Maysville Library has been painted both inside and out.   The colors have been changed to reflect a more updated look. The old Council Chamber at the Library has been changed into a Children’s Room with a mural painted on the wall (Compliments of Donna Garrison).

(4)          The City has received a $50,000 Grant from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources State Parks & Historic Sites for playground equipment. Another Grant for $100,000.00 has also been applied for with an announcement date sometime in March 2015.  If the city receives this grant it will be used to asphalt walking trails around the 40 acres tract at 48A Homer Street.

(5)          We are diligently working on upgrading several water projects in the city.

(6)          We have successfully been able to keep your city tax and water rates as low as possible.

(7)          A Grant for $1,900.000.00 has been applied for to upgrade our water lines and water pressure  on the west side of town.

You are encouraged to come to our meetings held at 4 Homer Street on the first Monday of every month at 7:00 p.m…  The Workshops are held at 6:00 p.m. on the last Thursday of every month.

PLEASE COME SUPPORT US AT THESE MEETINGS AND SEE FOR YOURSELF HOW WE ARE WORKING TO SERVE THE CITIZENS OF OUR TOWN.