The city of Suwanee has proposed a millage rate of 4.93 mills, the same rate used by the city the last two years. It’s higher rate than the calculated rollback rate of 4.70 mills, but expected to generate the same total revenue as the previous year.
Dacula leaders voted unanimously Thursday to adopt a new natural gas franchise agreement with the city of Buford.
Chip Moore briefed commissioners Aug. 5 on how changes at the facility have reduced the number of animals euthanized.
The $9.7 million project is funded through the 2009 SPLOST.
The renovations, at Bethesda Park Pool, will be funded through the 2009 SPLOST.
Dog camp gets approval in Lawrenceville
Fitch reaffirms Gwinnett County’s AAA credit rating with a stable outlook. The report said “careful budgeting and financial monitoring has contributed to a lengthy history of positive operating results.” The report also noted the county’s strong fund balance position and “prudent approach” to retirement funding.
Average family to spend $669.28 on apparel, shoes, supplies and electronics
Computers, clothes and school supplies purchased on Friday and Saturday will be sold without a sales tax as the holiday applies to the four percent state sales tax and any local sales taxes. The holiday runs from 12:01 a.m. on Friday through midnight on Saturday.
A Gwinnett judge has ruled in favor of the defendants in an open records lawsuit involving a Suwanee woman and the Gwinnett Chamber, Gwinnett County and Gwinnett County Public Schools.
The Duluth City Council had multiple topics to discuss during Monday’s work session but spent a lot of time discussing access issues at Scott Hudgens Park.
Payment is due by Oct. 1.
The city of Sugar Hill was chartered in 1939. Seventy-five years later, it’s hoping to revive a long-dormant downtown.
Show will debut Friday on Business RadioX, are the fourth Friday of each month.
HomeSafe Georgia, a temporary mortgage assistance program, saw 478 people statewide apply in June, the highest single month this year and the highest since at least October 2013. There were 56 homeowners from Gwinnett who applied in June, the highest number for any single month in 2014 from Gwinnett County.
Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful will provide services officials describe as providing a “substantial benefit” to Gwinnett citizens.
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