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by Rebecca Mullis, Assistant City Clerk on July 31st, 2015

by Rebecca Mullis, Assistant City Clerk on June 18th, 2015

An engineering firm will be riding throughout Homerville today to all fire hydrants as a part of the ISO inspection process. A white ford pick up truck with a satellite tower mounted on top of the cab will be making frequent stops.

by Rebecca Mullis, Assistant City Clerk on June 18th, 2015

Interim Homerville Police Chief Lonnie Webb attended the Chief Executive Training Class for newly appointed Chiefs of Police and Heads of Law Enforcement agencies at the Dr. Curtis E. McClug Training Center in Duluth, Georgia recently.

The 60 hour course, administered and provided by the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police (GACP), is required by state law for all newly appointed heads of law enforcement agencies. 

The curriculum is designed to give law enforcement administrators and command staff personnel training on police management, as well as inform them of laws and policies affecting their departments. Topics covered include: Managerial Liability and E.E.O.C Laws, Police Manpower Allocation and Staffing, Community Policing, Budget Administration, Political and Practical Realities, Risk Management, Evolution of Ethics, Media Relations, Departmental Organization, Promotional Systems, United State Department of Justice Programs, Leadership/Management, Role of the Chief, Employee Performance and Employee Discipline, Legislative Process, Overview of GCIC along with other topics. 

Webb was among 50 law enforcement administrators attending the course. 

by Rebecca Mullis, Assistant City Clerk on November 17th, 2014

For your convenience we are listing a copy of the City of Homerville's 2014 Holiday Schedule on our blog. For any emergencies during the holidays please dial 911. The City of Homerville, Mayor and Council, and Employees hope all of Homerville's citizens have a safe and happy holiday!

by Rebecca Mullis, Assistant City Clerk on September 19th, 2014

The City of Homerville Mayor and City Council held their September meeting last night at the Municipal Complex Council Chambers. One of the topics on the agenda was confirming the Trick-or-Treat date and time for this upcoming Halloween. Please do not forget about Homerville's 1st Fall Carnival! The Mayor and Council scheduled Trick-or-Treating so families could do both if desired. Date and times for both events are listed below.

Trick-or-Treating: Thursday, October 30, 2014 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Fall Carnival: Thursday, October 30, 2014 4:00-7:00 p.m.

For safety tips on Trick-or-Treating for parents and for adults expecting to give out candy please click on the link below.

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