Thursday, July 14, 2011
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Gwinnett Daily Post
LOGANVILLE — Gwinnett County Commission Chairman Charlotte Nash was honored at Thursday’s city council meeting in Loganville, with a reception being held before the meeting and a proclamation read in her honor during the meeting. In a proclamation read publicly, mayor Ray Nunley expressed the city’s gratitude to Nash for her 27 years of service to Gwinnett County, and congratulations on her election to the position of chairman in March of this year.
The proclamation hailed “a new partnership between the city of Loganville and Gwinnett County.” Nash thanked Nunley for the gesture, adding that all county and city leaders need to work together for the good of citizens and businesses.
Amnesty program announced
Mayor Pro Tem Jerry Price, also Loganville’s public safety committee chair, announced an amnesty program Thursday, one that will give minor offenders a monthlong window in which to pay citations with no further penalties. The program, slated to last the entire month of August, will be announced and explained in further detail in letters, local newspapers, local TV stations and the city website.