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Pooler Council Places Temporary Moratorium on New Development Plans

As reported by Will Peebles of www.savannahnow.com… Pooler is not accepting any site plans until July to review the language to the city’s zoning ordinance. Pooler Mayor Mike Lamb on Tuesday said the moratorium is meant to prevent any new plans being submitted before the changes to the site plan section of the zoning ordinance… Keep Reading

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National Nurses Day – May 6

National Nurses Day is observed annually on May 6.  On this day, we raise awareness of all nurse contributions and commitments and acknowledge the vital role nurses play in society.  This day is also the first day of National Nurses Week and is sometimes known as National RN Recognition Day.  National Nurses Week begins May 6 and ends on May… Keep Reading

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Tom Hutcherson Announces His Candicacy for Pooler City Council

Tom Hutcherson, candidate for Pooler City Council, is kicking off his candidacy with the announcement of a new campaign website at hutchersonforpooler.com. “I’m running because I know I can make a difference. Pooler is growing rapidly, and the next couple of years will determine what type of City Pooler is going to become,” said Hutcherson.… Keep Reading

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Karen Williams Announces Run for Pooler City Council

Pooler resident Karen Williams has announced her intent to run for a seat on city council. Williams is running on a platform advocating for responsible growth, term limits for mayor and city council members and more open communication between council and Pooler residents. “I’ve been intricately involved with various aspects of the community for the… Keep Reading

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Stand Up for America Day in Port Wentworth

PORT WENTWORTH, GA (WTOC) -The City of Port Wentworth stood up for America on Saturday to celebrate the nation’s military. 28 family members of the men who lost their life in the deadly C-130 plane crash last year rode as the grand marshals in the parade. They are in town to remember their loved ones… Keep Reading

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New Jobs Coming to Pooler

A California-based plastics resin company is bringing close to 200 jobs to Pooler, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp announced Wednesday. Plastic Express will be located in the Pooler Logistics Center, Kemp said in his announcement made on the Garden City Terminal docks of the Georgia Port Authority. The Pooler center is being developed by Capital Development… Keep Reading

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Credit Spending Is at All Time Level

The importance of good financial habits — and the needed knowledge to acquire those skills —has led a number of U.S. Senators to introduce legislation declaring April as Financial Literacy Month. U.S. Sens. David Perdue (R-Ga) and Tom Scott (R-S.C.) said the designation is meant to highlight the importance of learning and maintaining healthy financial… Keep Reading

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City Leaders Work to Revitalize Old Town Pooler

POOLER, GA (WTOC) – Pooler city leaders are continuing to work on revitalizing parts of Highway 80. A lot of Pooler’s development has taken place on the north and south ends. However, city leaders are working to attract developers to the middle part of town along Highway 80, which many know as Old Pooler. The… Keep Reading

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