Columbus Light and Water board of directors has formed a committee to conduct a national search for a new executive director following the death of Todd Gale.
Columbus Light and Water General Manager Todd Gale died Saturday morning, Lowndes County Coroner Greg Merchant has confirmed.
Columbus Light and Water is pursuing other ways to fund a broadband expansion after a bill to fund that venture died in committee last week.
Columbus leaders are considering an estimated $2.8 million project to take ownership of all the city’s street lights and replace them with more energy-efficient LED lights.
Columbus Light and Water has partnered with a broadband consulting firm to explore whether Columbus business owners are open to the idea of receiving phone and internet service from their local public utility company.
The Columbus Light and Water board on Thursday approved a 2.7-percent energy rate hike for all of its customers.
A split vote Tuesday placed a city contractor back on the Columbus Light and Water board of directors.
When the Columbus Light and Water board of directors meet on May 17, it will consider adopting a policy that may be the first step in bringing the first solar farm to the city.
Hal McClanahan’s neighbor to the north of his home on Second Street South has always been pretty quiet.
That changed Saturday morning.
Samella Degraffen Reid’s home much more comfortable now than it used to be, and that’s the most important thing for her.