The council’s attempt to name a new facilitator at the outset of Friday’s meeting was over-ridden several times, with Kautz calling councilmembers out of order when they attempted to make a motion.
Despite a lawsuit between the mayor and city council, Snellville’s elected officials will participate in a long-term planning retreat this weekend at City Hall.
Georgia Sens. Saxby Chambliss and Johnny Isakson, as well as Gwinnett Rep. Rob Woodall, agree with President Obama’s call for 2014 to be a year of action in his State of the Union speech.
Snellville’s council declines to take action on chamber of commerce and nominations, in light a lawsuit filed last week by Mayor Kelly Kautz
Snellville Sen. Don Balfour was surprised with a Skype converation with his son, serving in Afghanistan, as the Legislature celebrated Georgia National Guard Day Monday.
Residents and leaders look back at Snellville’s history of political feuding, as the mayor and council prepare to battle in court over the power to appoint its city manager and city clerk.
About 100 veterans turned out for U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall’s first veterans open house; Peachtree NORML releases a poll showing voters support decriminalization in Georgia.
More than 100 people turned out to a town hall meeting hosted by Congressman Rob Woodall in Suwanee Thursday, with people on both sides of the political spectrum vocal about the Obamacare.
Gov. Nathan Deal says he will work on a way to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Capitol Hill, while announcing an expansion to justice reforms to give rehabilitated people a chance at jobs.
Gwinnett Superior Court Michael Clark notified Gov. Nathan Deal of his retirement this week.
Two local congressman, Paul Broun and Rob Woodall, plan town hall meetings this week to meet with constituents.
Gwinnett Commission Chairwoman Charlotte Nash discusses Gwinnett’s past and future in annual State of the County speech.
The Daily Post streamed the State of the County address with Charlotte Nash live from the Gwinnett Center.
Amreeta Regmi announced a race for state House District 95, against incumbent Tom Rice.
New legislators Dewey McClain and Chuck Efstration are assigned to House committees, while local Reps. Valerie Clark and Tom Kirby receive leadership roles.
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