The Gwinnett County library system unveiled the strategies it will use to implement its new strategic plan.
Gwinnett County Library Director Charles Pace announced the system will begin expanding its hours on Saturdays next month due to high demand.
The Gwinnett Daily Post’s Political Notebook for July 23, 2015.
Gwinnett County commissioners adopted a rolled back millage rate of 7.229 mills on Tuesday.
Gwinnett County commissioners narrowly adopted an ordinance which allows backyard chicken ownership in residential neighborhoods on Tuesday.
Buford officials Monday rolled out a proposed total budget for fiscal year 2016 that is about 11 percent larger than the current spending plan.
Grayson approved an ordinance Monday night to set its qualifying dates for mayor and council posts 2 and 4 in the Nov. 3 city election.
The Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office announced the passing of retired Sheriff Bobby Plunkett at the age of 83.
Gwinnett Daily Post’s Political Notebook for Sunday, July 19, 2015.
Gwinnett Daily Post’s Political Notebook for July 16, 2016.
Gwinnett court officials will offer free notary public classes for residents in August.
Gwinnett Daily Post’s political notebook for July 12, 2015.
Proposal forwarded to Gwinnett Board of Commissioners for final approval
The Gwinnett County Planning Commission approved plans to redevelop the Georgia Trail at Sugarloaf golf course as an apartment complex.
The Lawrenceville City Council has set its millage rate for 2015 at 2.025 mills, which will be a 0.95 percent increase, generating a financial impact of about $1,179,000 in tax revenue.
Gwinnett County commissioners approved more than $300,000 in bridge rehabilitation projects this week.
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