Bethlehem City Hall Will be Closed in Observance of Independence Day

The mayor and town council wish all residents a happy and safe Fourth of July.

As Barrow County residents commemorate the Fourth of July with backyard barbecues, old-fashioned parades and skies filled with fireworks, Mayor Sandy McNab and members of the Bethlehem Town Council will follow suit.

Therefore, will be closed Wednesday July 4, 2012, in observance of the holiday. It will reopen Thursday, July 5, at the regular time of 1 to 5 p.m.

Mayor McNab joins council members Tommy Parten, Larry Jones, Wayne Ridgeway, Scott Morgan and Tommy Buchanan in wishing the residents of Bethlehem a happy and safe Independence Day. 

Additional city halls that will be closed to observe the Fourth of July holiday include Auburn, Braselton, Carl Statham and Winder.

What are some of your favorite Fourth of July traditions? Tell us in comments. 

Check back every Tuesday for a new City Spotlight on one of two great Barrow County towns — Bethlehem and Carl.


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