Lasseter, sentenced in 2012 to 33 months in prison, was released from a facility in Florida this week and is believed to have relocated to a halfway house near Atlanta.
The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners has called a meeting for Monday, Dec. 8.
A contract for management of the cameras around Gwinnett was on the board’s agenda Tuesday, but commissioners couldn’t reach an agreement.
Gwinnett County Commission Chairwoman Charlotte Nash told Gwinnett legislators on Monday that the county’s using funding reserves, and subsidies would be required in the future because of changes in technology and behavior. In an annual pre-General Assembly meeting with local lawmakers at the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse, Nash said Gwinnett, Cobb and Columbia counties have been an exception to other areas of the state who are ahead in dealing with this issue.
Wilbanks made his annual remarks in a pre-General Assembly meeting with the lawmakers at the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse. In a presentation, he said he was in favor of Common Core standards in Georgia.
The group has entered into contracts with Gwinnett County and the City of Peachtree Corners for a total of $16 million for the sale of the 227-acre property.
An architect and historian believes that Little Mulberry Park is home to ruins of Melilot, a long-forgotten colony where European settlers coexisted peacefully with Native Americans.
The program provides discounts on prescription medications and other health services.
The department was honored by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada.
The purchase and sale agreement was approved by commissioners Tuesday night.
Two county employees who recently returned from active duty were recognized during the Nov. 18 Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners meeting.
The facility will be located in the Gwinnett County Government Annex Building.
Among contracts approved Tuesday was the $10.8 million Level Creek Park project.
Workforce retention has been an issue for several departments, particularly police and fire.
While an effort to bring a form of medical marijuana to Georgia garnered bipartisan support during the most recent legislative session, hurdles remain as lawmakers prepare to make another attempt at passing the legislation next year.
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