Sixty-five percent of Peachtree Corners voters chose ‘yes’ on tax allocation districts, which have the potential to help the city fund infrastructure and redevelopment projects.
The candidates who will hold posts 1 and 2 on the Duluth City Council won’t be decided until Dec. 3.
Voters decided to continue a one-percent sales tax to fund Gwinnett government projects, extending the tax for three years.
After months of campaigning and 12 hours of voting, the residents of Grayson choose Linda Jenkins to the position of Post 4 for the city council.
While Robert Vogel III retains a council seat, Donna Scouten lost to William B. Ackworth in Tuesday’s election.
Turnout was light at Gwinnett County polls, as voters made their thoughts known on a county sales tax referendum.
Officials decide to slow down and consider more public comment on a proposed town center on land purchased along Peachtree Parkway.
About 250 came out to last weekend’s Gwinnett GOP chili cook-off, which leaders hope to make an annual event.
Low turnout expected for Tuesday’s referendum on an extension of the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax.
Thoroughbred owned by Suwanee couple will compete in the Breeders’ Cup Classic
Auburn voters can cast their ballots at Midway United Methodist Church, 215 Kilcrease Road in Auburn.
Five men are vying for the three seats available on Berkeley Lake’s City Council, including one incumbent Scott Lee.
List of polling locations for city elections on Nov. 5, 2013.
A complete list of local elections for the Nov. 5 election.
During a Gwinnett Tea Party event Wednesday, supporters and opponents of the county’s Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax proposal met in a forum to inform voters prior to the Nov. 5 vote.
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