Forensic accountant David Sawyer reported findings of questionable spending, possible preferential treatment and inadequate financial documentations concerning the Nelson Heights Community Center to the Newton County Board of Commissioners (BOC).
Hello, C-town! It's so good to be back with you for another installment of the Minute. And what's with this cold weather?! I'm not a fan, but as I understand it the weather will be back to normal by the time you read this. And I'd like to give a shout-out to all the Mommas out there. Hope you all have a wonderful Mother's Day.
Multiple problems, including inability to log in, stalled tests and frozen screens, were thought to effect the test results of third, fifth and eighth grade students of the Newton County School System (NCSS).
Friends of Newton County Parks hosted its annual fundraiser for Chimney Park Saturday, bringing imaginations to life with the yearly Fairy Festival. The festival is one of two fundraisers for the park, which is a universally accesible recreational woodland off the Eastside Trail near the Newton County Public Library's Covington Branch.
While Metro Atlanta's unemployment rate in February dropped one-tenth of a percentage in March, the decrease in unemployment claims in Newton County was three-tenths of a percentage, from 6.2 percent unemployment claims in February to 5.9 percent for the preliminary March figures.
As the Covington City Council prepares to meet to go over the first draft of the 2017 budget, council members used Monday night to approve proposed employee benefits for next year. At its January 28 retreat, the council asked staff to request bids for cafeteria plans, allowing employees to choose different levels of insurance based on perceived needs.