Like bears coming out of hibernation, warm temperatures on Tuesday brought people out of their homes and offices to enjoy the sunshine. Walkers, runners, and these Ultimate Frisbee players were seen at Lee Newton Park just after lunch. Temperatures are expected to remain just below or above
60 degrees through the weekend.
Mayor says technology also will decrease fuel consumption
City Hall is watching. With a new GPS system, Jasper employees like Tara Benson can pinpoint where any of their vehicles are located. The system also keeps a log of vehicles’ travels and speed.
According to Jasper Mayor John Weaver, a GPS tracking system being installed on the City of Jasper’s 73 tagged vehicles will not only reduce fuel costs and excessive mileage, but will also help prevent wear and tear and increase employee accountability.
GEORGIA DOT RESUMES PLACEMENT OF REFLECTIVE RAISED PAVEMENT MARKERS IN PICKENS COUNTY
WHAT Georgia DOT Maintenance crews are set to resume working on installing reflective raised pavement markers on State Route (SR) 53 and 53 Business in Pickens County. Work will proceed
daily between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., weather permitting.
WHEN: Monday, February 17 through Thursday, February 20, 2014 from 7:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.
WHERE: SR 53 and 53 Business in Pickens County
Submitted by Bart Connelly
My name is Bart Connelly and I am announcing my candidacy for the Pickens County District 1 County Commissioner seat in the May 20 Republican Primary.
My wife Cindy and I have been married for 39 years and we have lived in the Jerusalem Community for the past 14 years. We have two children and three grandchildren.
At a called meeting Monday the school board approved March 21st and 24th as make-up days for the school system. The move comes after students and staff missed four days last month following a round of winter weather which left area roads impassable.