culverts and parking lots; new construction or renovation of municipal buildings including equipment and fixtures; recreation facilities or equipment; and, water and sewer projects.
City of Plainville: Funding capital improvement projects consisting of: sidewalks; road improvement or repair; recreation; improvements or repair to City Hall and Fire Department; and, maintenance and repair to city property.
Town of Resaca: Funding capital projects consisting of: a new town hall; public works for roads and streets; and, expansion of sewer service. Seats up for grabs this election cycle are: City of Calhoun: For City Council Post 3, incumbent council- man Matt Barton will face former Calhoun councilman George Crowley.
For City Council Post 4, former Calhoun councilman Ray Denmon, former Gordon County commissioner Alvin Long and Ed Moyer have all qualified to run for the post being vacated by David Hammond.
For Calhoun City School Board Post 1, only local photographer Andy Baxter is running, the post being vacated by current school board member Alvin Long.
For Calhoun City School Board Post 2, incumbent Rhoda Washington will see no opposition, as well as Calhoun City School Board Post 3, where incumbent David Scoggins was the lone qualifier. City of Fairmount: Incumbent Fairmount City Council member Steve Fain qualified for Post 1 and incumbent Fairmount City Council member Jim Dodd qualified for Post 3; if no one qualifies as a write- in candidate for Fairmount City Council posts, there will be no election. Deadline for write- in candidates is Friday, Sept. 1. City of Plainville: Incumbent Plainville City Council member James Miller qualified for Post 3 and incumbent Plainville City Council member Frances Fossett qualified for Post 4; if no one qualifies as a write- in candidate for Plainville City Council posts, there will be no election. Deadline for write- in candidates is Friday, Sept. 1. Town of Resaca: For Resaca Town Council Post 3, Michael Austin, Randy Barron and Mitch Reed will all vie for the post.
For Resaca Town Council Post 4, incumbent Sandra Adams will see no opposition.
For more information on this year’s General Municipal Election, visit www. gordoncounty. org, where sample ballots can also be found.