Departments in the midst of 2016 funding presentations
Gwinnett County government departments are making their 2016 funding requests this week.
Gwinnett planning commissioners rejected an Afghan group’s request to establish a cemetery on Rosebud Drive, near the Rockdale County line.
Gwinnett Daily Post’s Political Notebook for Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015
The Gwinnett County Planning Commission OKed a 1.3 million-square-foot office and retail development on Highway 316 this week.
County commissioners approved renovations at the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center which will add new classroom and teacher work space at the popular facility.
Gwinnett County library officials have been looking at the possibility of using vending machines to serve underserved areas of the county.
Political Notebook for Aug. 30, 2015.
David Hinesley was sworn in as the postmaster of Lilburn Thursday - a position his father held years before.
Gwinnett Daily Post’s Political Notebook for Aug. 27, 2015.
Gwinnett Daily Post’s Political Notebook for Aug. 23, 2015.
Representatives from Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development will visit several cities in China and South Korea to encourage businesses to open offices and headquarters in Gwinnett.
Gwinnett Daily Post’s Political Notebook for Aug. 20, 2015.
Gwinnett County Commissioners approved the renewal of dewatering polymer contracts for two of the county’s wastewater plants.
Gwinnett commissioners got their first look at the 2016 HUD funding request on Tuesday.
At Monday night’s meeting, the Grayson City Council passed its 2016 fiscal year budget of $1,051,115.
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