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County agrees to settle with lake project contractors

Both the Grady County Board of Commissioners and the Grady County Lake Authority took action Tuesday night to settle a collection action filed against contractors and individuals involved in the wetland and stream mitigation projects related to Tired Creek Lake.
The suit was filed on behalf of the county and authority in September 2016 and this week’s action concludes the collection action, which was begun by former Grady County Commission attorney Kevin S. Cauley in 2015.

Tri-County Honor Chorus event is Saturday

Cairo High School is hosting the second annual Tri-County Honor Chorus this Saturday, Sept. 22, and the public is invited to attend the afternoon concert.
High school choristers from Decatur, Grady and Thomas counties will unite on one stage under the direction of guest clinician Mr. Brandon T. Cash, chorus director of Maynard H. Jackson High School in Atlanta.  
The performance will take place in the Cairo High School Auditorium beginning at 4 p.m..  
The event is free and open to the public.

County approves lake authority recommendation to permit duck hunting on Tired Creek Lake

After rejecting an earlier recommendation, the Grady County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday night approved the recommendation of the Grady County Lake Authority to permit duck hunting at Tired Creek Lake for the upcoming season.
The board amended the county’s Tired Creek Lake regulations to allow for duck hunting.

Jurors called for Sept. 24 are excused

Traverse jurors were unnecessary for the September Term of Superior Court in Grady County, which began this week. All cases were continued to December for the Adjourned September Term, according to the Grady County Clerk of Court’s office, and no cases requiring a jury were tried.

BOE seeks chief for its new police department

The Grady County Board of Education held a retreat Monday evening at the VanLandingham Center and discussed a variety of topics.
The board moved forward with the adoption of a new weapons policy that was introduced last week to permit school system employees hired as officers with the new Grady County School System Police Department to be armed and carry weapons on school campuses.

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