Kim Conroy has lead the Gwinnett Department of Transportation since 2011.
Thomas Wight, who is running for the 7th Congressional District, also said there should be no amnesty for those who violate immigration laws.
Gwinnett County offers several options for payment of taxes.
More than 1,500 ballots have already been mailed.
Approximately 150 to 200 positions remain unfilled.
Fire Chief Casey Snyder presented the 22 recruits with their diplomas and badges during the ceremony at the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center in Lawrenceville. The event marked the culmination of an intensive training program involving more than 1,300 hours of basic firefighter and emergency medical technician training.
The Fort Daniel Foundation recently won a national award from the American Association for State and Local History.
ePost 2100, which is operated by Lawrenceville resident Ed McMillan, functions completely online.
Chuck Bailey, Gwinnett County Department of Transportation Division Director, briefed commissioners on Tuesday regarding the traffic management operation.
The preliminary engineering phase of the project is expected to take four years to complete.
The program, Coast2Coast RX, provides discounts on more than 60,000 name brand and generic medications.
John Kremer, a retired explosive ordinance disposal technician with the U.S. Navy, is currently in London to participate in the international competition.
An automotive service facility will be opened on the 2.955 acres at 3875 Harrison Road, following a rezoning to “light industrial use” approved by the Loganville City Council on Thursday.
Lamda Legal — which represents group of plaintiffs including gay couple from Snellville — argued against Attorney General Sam Olens’ motion to dismiss.
Chief Casey Snyder presented the department’s 2015 budget to reviewers on Sept. 9.
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