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    Public Notice: Notice to Reenact Noise Ordinance # 50-27(11)

    Public notice is hereby provided that on August 15, 2022, at 6 p.m. at City Hall, the Mayor and City Council will meet to discuss reenactment of the City's noise ordinance, Ordinance # 50-27 (11). The noise ordinance is to be reenacted to comply with Read on...
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    Waynesboro-Burke Concert Series Returns October 22

    The Waynesboro-Burke Concert Series will kick off its 43rd season on Saturday, October 22, with Jason Sikes & the Elvis Experience Showband. Other performances this season will include: Ryan Abel & Friends - November 19, 2022 Deas Guyz - January 20, Read on...
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    Food Safety for Power Outages

    Refrigerated or frozen foods may not be safe to eat after the loss of power. Find out what you can do to keep food safe during a power outage, and when you need to throw away food that could make you sick. Read on...
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    988 Suicide & Crisis Line Available July 16

    9-8-8 is emerging as the 9-1-1 of behavioral health, and like the rollout of 9-1-1 will take many years to reach full capacity. It is one of the largest federally mandated crisis response transformations in decades designed to meet the rising needs of Read on...
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    Can the Grease and Prevent Sewer Backups

    Fats, oils and grease (FOG) make their way into the sanitary sewer system when things like oil, dairy, baking products and food scraps are washed down the sink drain. Improper disposal of FOG can result in blockages and clogs in City sanitary sewer Read on...
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    Farmer's Market Returns May 17th

    The Burke County Farmer's Market returns on Tuesday, May 17, and will continue through the summer months. Enjoy fresh, seasonal produce each week and help support our local farmers. Location: Southern Bank Pavilion, 855 Liberty Street, Waynesboro, GA Read on...
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    Monthly Fire Safety Tips: Summer

    Home fire safety doesn't stop at the door. There are many fire risks outside the home. You may have these in your backyard. Here are some ways you can keep your home safer from outside fire. Summer months mean grilling! Make sure your home is Read on...
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    Water Safety Tips

    Follow these water safety tips from the American Red Cross and enjoy a fun and safe summer season! -Swim in designated areas supervised by lifeguards. -Always swim with a buddy. -If you go boating, wear a life jacket! -Install & use barriers around your Read on...
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    Call Before You Dig This Spring/Summer

    Want to Dig Safely? To Avoid Hitting Public Utilities: 1. Contact Georgia 811 at Georgia811.com (available 24/7) or simply dial 811 at least three business days before you plan to dig. 2. Wait for our member utility Read on...
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