According to the Sheriff’s office, a woman leaving the courthouse in downtown Lawrenceville reported finding her estranged husband at her vehicle with the hood up in the parking lot.
The Gwinnett Daily Post’s Political Notebook for April 19, 2015.
Gwinnett County Planning Commission postponed a massive proposed 345-acre mixed-use development on Wednesday so it could do more vetting.
Will be sworn in Sunday as president for Association of County Commissioners of Georgia
Gwinnett County commission Chairman Charlotte Nash is expected to be sworn in this weekend as president of the Association of County Commissioners of Georgia.
Gwinnett County commissioners approved a $133 million road repair and resurfacing contract this week.
Decrease stems from corrections to 79 accounts
Gwinnett County commissioners approved nearly $9.7 million in tax digest corrections on Tuesday.
The Gwinnett Daily Post’s Political Notebook for April 16, 2015.
Gwinnett County commissioners OKed a new internal auditing structure on Tuesday.
Gwinnett County commissioners approved a six-month extension of its transit operations and maintenance contract with Trandev Services Inc.
Police chief Butch Ayers, who took officer last year, recently asked the state agency to investigate any such cases, due to increased public scrutiny on fatal police shootings.
New website is smartphone, tablet compatible
The Gwinnett County Clerk of Courts office announced the completion of its website revamp on Friday.
Lawrenceville will be getting a new crematorium/funeral home following a 3-1 split vote here Wednesday night by the City Council.
Environmental center honoring former chairman with sculpture garden
Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center officials unveiled plans on Monday to permanently honor former commission Chairman Wayne Hill.
Gwinnett Daily Post’s Political Notebook for April 5, 2015.
Notices of the current assessed value were mailed on Friday to 273,000 residential and commercial owners. The intent of the notice is to provide the property owners with the current value associated with their property for the ad valorem tax process compared to last year’s value and provide an estimate of taxes based on the new or current value.
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