Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Applications are currently being accepted for the position at the Athens-Oconee facility.
Wednesday, February 20
Employer: Caterpillar's new plant in Bogart, Ga. Description: Jobseekers with analytical skills and the ability to communicate effectively are encouraged to apply for the position of Environmental, Health and Safety Technician. Candidates must have at least one year of experience and "a degree in an appropriate scientific discipline is highly desired," according to the company's career website. Relocation is not available. See more. How to apply: Create a profile and submit an online application. Deadline: 12 a.m. on March 5, 2013 You might also be interested in viewing:
Thursday, November 29, 2012
A variance has been requested to allow 125 parking spaces on a large Old Monroe Road lot.
A multi-brand auto dealership off Atlanta Highway in Bogart is expanding to a large lot across the street and has requested a zoning variance to allow for 125 parking spaces. The variance at 135 Old Monroe Road, neary Highway 78, has been requested for employee and customer parking for the Georgia Square Pontiac Buick Volkswagen Mercedes dealership, said Cherie Dalton, a planning tech for the Athens-Clarke County Planning Department. A hearing on the variance is set for 3 p.m. Dec. 12 at the 120 W. Dougherty Street Governmental Building. The lot was purchased in May by TT of Bogart LLC for $235,000, according to online property records.
Monday, October 29, 2012
Make plans now to attend events in Watkinsville, Bogart, and neighboring Athens this Oct. 31st.
Monday, October 29, 2012
Looking for events happening on Halloween in or around Oconee County, Ga? Here's a roundup of activities: Halloween Party for Senior Citizens Where and What Time: Oconee County Senior Center. Wednesday, Oct. 31 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. What: A costume party and contest for seniors that will include food and games. Cost: Free Annual Trick-or-Treat on Main Street, Watkinsville Where and What Time: Downtown Watkinsville. Wednesday, Oct. 31 from 4-6 p.m. What: Trick-Or-Treat on the Street in downtown Watkinsville, sponsored by the Watkinsville Trade and Tourism Department. All little princesses, super heroes, ghosts, witches and assorted goblins are invited as long as they remember to bring their parents. The majority of the City’s downtown …
Monday, September 10, 2012
The deadline to apply for the full-time position is Sept. 21, 2012.
Monday, September 10, 2012
Employer: City of Bogart's Maintenance Department Description: Applications are currently being accepted for a maintenance position. Ideal applicants should have experience with ground maintenance, mechanical repairs, sanitation and recycling collection, according to the job listing on monster.com. How to apply: Mail a resume to P.O. Box 206 Bogart, GA 30622 or drop it off at Bogart City Hall 125 Main Street. Applications must be received by noon on Sept. 21, 2012.
Monday, March 26, 2012
Atlanta Phoenix Pee Wee Major Team wins the State Championship and moves on to Nationals.
Marek Lipold, of Bogart, has played hockey for about 9 years and joined the Atlanta Phoenix last season. The 13-year old Marek plays forward and leads the team in goals. During 2011-2012 season with the Atlanta Phoenix team, he scored 71 goals for 120 points in 57 games, averaging 1.75 points per game. Additionally, he was 3rd on the team with assists with 49. Some say he is considered one of the best shots in his age group in the league. The Atlanta Phoenix Pee Wee Major team won the State Championship in early March, sweeping The Atlanta Fire to qualify for the National Championships. The Atlanta Phoenix Hockey Club plays out of the Duluth Ice Forum and consists of talented 12 and 13-year-old kids. The Atlanta Phoenix Pee Wee Major …
Friday, September 2, 2011
Three candidates are running for city council in Bogart. Two of them, TL Turman and Linda Turman, are married.
Current city councilmen Ralph Sheridan and TL Turman will fight to hold their seats this November against one challenger: Turman's wife, Linda. Both Linda Turman and TL Turman, who are retired, qualified to run this week, as did Sheridan, Bogart City Clerk Diane Craft said Friday. Mayor Terri Glenn has also qualified for another term as mayor. She faces no opposition, Craft said.
Monday, August 29, 2011
Monday is the first day of qualifying for elections in Bogart, North High Shoals and Watkinsville.
While the country focuses attention on candidates in the upcoming 2012 presidential election, local races for mayor and city council began Monday in three Oconee County communities. Candidate qualifying for the Nov. 8 municipal election runs today through Wednesday in North High Shoals and Watkinsville. In Bogart, the qualifying period ends Friday. In Bogart, seats held by Mayor Terri Glenn and City Council members Ralph Sheridan and TL Turman are up for grabs. Interested candidates will need to complete and turn in a notice of candidacy at Bogart City Hall, 125 Main Street in Bogart. Qualifying fees for Mayor are $252 and fees for city council are $108. In Watkinsville, Mayor Joe Walter plans to step down from his post to spend more time…