• Early Voting for Runoff Election Will Begin Next Week

    Early voting for the August 21st Runoff Election in Pickens County will begin next week. At this time, according to the Pickens County Board of Elections and Registration Office, votes from the July 31st Election are still being certified, and machines are to be tested on Monday. Early voting is expected to start on either […]

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  • County Adopts Changes to Code of Ordinances at Commissioner’s Meeting

    At a Pickens County Commissioner’s Meeting on Thursday, July 26th, Pickens County Commissioner Robert Jones announced the county signed a resolution adopting changes to chapter 6th of the Pickens County Code of Ordinances regarding alcoholic beverages and also adopted a resolution authorizing Commissioner Jones to sign and submit an application to the Georgia Environmental Finance […]

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  • Official Pickens County July 31st, 2012 Sample Ballots

    Below is the Official Republican Party, Democratic Party, and Nonpartisan Sample Ballots. The Republican Party Primary Ballot will appear in Blue, the Democratic Party Primary Ballot will appear in Yellow, and the Nonpartisan Primary ballot will appear in Green. Both the Republican Party Sample Ballot and the Democratic Party Sample Ballot also contain the Nonpartisan […]

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  • County Focuses on Phones

    At a Pickens County Commissioner’s Meeting on Thursday, June 28th, Pickens County sought to make improvements to infrastructures for the County.

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  • Pickens to Cut Nine Teaching Positions

    On Thursday, May 17th, at a Board of Education (BOE) Financial Workshop, Chief Financial Officer Amy Burgess discussed with the board 9 teaching cuts, Title 1 budget cuts, increases in the school’s state health insurance plan, and an increase in contribution for teacher retirement.

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