In recent months, the City of Moultrie has noticed an increase in the improper placement of yard
trimmings. When yard trimmings are placed within the roadways, they begin to accumulate in
the drainage system. This causes problems for the proper drainage of roadways and it is very
costly to the City of Moultrie to clean out the drainage system.
Beginning January 1, 2016, the City of Moultrie will begin issuing citations to anyone in
violation of the City Ordinance, Section 94-96 – “Precollection”. The ordinance has been listed
below for your convenience.
Thank you for your attention to this matter.
City of Moultrie Code of Ordinances
Sec. 94-96. – Precollection.
Yard trimmings location. All yard trimmings shall be located for collection adjacent to or on
the property upon which the waste contained therein is generated. The public works
department shall work with the residential or commercial customer to have the yard
trimmings placed for collection in a mutually agreeable location, but the final decision upon
collection placement shall be the responsibility of the public works department. Yard
trimmings may normally be placed for collection at any time as follows:
On streets with curb and gutter, yard trimmings shall be placed for collection
immediately behind the curb on the street right-of-way.
On streets without curb and gutter, yard trimmings shall be placed for collection
between the edge of the pavement and the edge of the ditch insofar as practical from
the pavement so as not to impede traffic flow.
In alleys, yard trimmings shall be placed for collection adjacent to the alley
immediately upon the property from which such yard trimmings were generated.
At no time shall yard trimmings be placed in ditches, gutters, drains, walkways, alleys,
or streets, on top of in-ground garbage liners or water meters, or within ten feet of a
Special Thanks to ALL who participated in the 2015 Christmas Parade! It was FANTASTIC!
Congratulations to the Winners:
Schools: 1st Place-Sunset Elementary School,
2nd Place-Okapilco Elementary School,
3rd Place-Cox Elementary School.
Churches: 1st Place-Church of God of Prophecy,
2nd Place-Moultrie Church of God,
3rd Place-Lakeside Assembly of God.
Clubs/Organizations: 1st Place-Moultrie YMCA,
2nd Place-Moultrie/Colquitt County Humane Society,
3rd Place-Colquitt County Forestry Queens.
Business: 1st Place-Colquitt Regional Medical Center,
2nd Place-Fillyaw Farms,
3rd Place- Stacey Ferguson with Robert Hutson.
Awards will be presented at the January 5th Moultrie City Council Meeting 6:00 p.m.
City Manager. Salary: Competitive DOE plus excellent benefits. ICMA (CM) recognized 1946; 5 managers since 1972, opening due to retirement Council-Manager form of government. Mayor and 6 council members 4 year overlapping terms. Full-Service City (Electric, Gas, Water, Sewer and Telecommunication). 200+ employees, $58.5 M budget. Requires graduation from accredited college/university with bachelor’s degree in public administration (MPA preferred). 5-6 years managerial experience (City Manager/Assistant City Manager) in comparable full service City/County important. Proven leadership ability and experience in project oversight, staff supervision, and problem solving; working knowledge and experience in Municipal Finance, community relations, economic development, and comprehensive planning; good interpersonal and organizational skills; decisive and responsive. Send resume, salary history and five professional references to the Director of Human Resources, City of Moultrie, P.O. Box 3368, Moultrie, GA 31776; website www.moultriega.com, female, minority and disabled candidates encouraged to apply. All resumes subject to disclosure in accordance with GA Sunshine Law. Applications accepted until position is filled.
Your Broadcast Basic lineup is expanding! Moultrie CNS customers can now enjoy GritTV on Ch. 96.
Your Super Basic lineup is expanding! Beginning October 19th, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries will move from channel 332 to channel 123.
On July 1, CNS Television completed the migration of the analog Super Basic lineup to an all-digital system. Customers who subscribe to the Super Basic package or higher must now have either a DTA or digital receiver on every television to continue receiving the channels in their package. No action is required for Broadcast Basic customers. Due to the digital migration project, all call centers are experiencing an unusually high call volume. We ask for your patience as our staff members work to help each customer calling in for assistance. If you have questions related to the digital migration, please visit our website at www.cns-internet.com/DigitalMigration for immediate answers to many of your questions, including step-by-step DTA installations instructions with a video. Thank you for your patience.
Wednesday executives from National Beef and Georgia Governor Nathan Deal announced the addition of 200 jobs to the Moultrie plant. Photo: Mayor and Moultrie City Council members with Governor Nathan Deal and Georgia Department of Community Affairs Commissioner Camila Knowles.
ESPN has informed CNS that they will cease distribution of ESPN PPV events and packages currently available on channels 851-856, effective July 20, 2015.
CNS is committed to serving our customers, and that means listening to your feedback. We are pleased to announce that due to the response from our subscribers, we will be adding C-SPAN back to our broadcast basic package later this summer. Unfortunately, we do not have the bandwidth available in our analog system to accommodate the addition of C-SPAN until our digital migration is complete. We hope to add the channel sometime during the month of July. This site will be updated with a firm date for the launch of C-SPAN. In the meantime, you can continue accessing C-SPAN programming via their website, www.c-span.org
We had a Grand Time welcoming The 150 Horseless Carriage Car Club members to Moultrie. They are from all over the United States. The group drove over today from Albany to tour Maule Air, Downtown and of course enjoy a delicious lunch. They enjoyed our Downtown and did some shopping before heading out to their next stop.