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Staff Photo: Brendan Sullivan Sugar Hill residents and business owners can come to the Sugar Hill City Hall to pay gas bills and apply for business licenses.

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New Sugar Hill City Hall opens for business

Sugar Hil's newl City Hall will be open for business Wednesday, with a grand opening scheduled for Sunday.


Truthbetold 1 year, 3 months ago

Can you please tell me where to go for Customer Service? Oh, one of the three windows that say Customer Service. Okay. Ahmm, or they expecting huge crowds? And is this Kroger? These should just say General information, not Customer Service. And this picture is a great example of over spending on this project. Maybe with smarter decisions our city taxes could come down or our gas bills could be reduced. Just not sure how City officials expect to slow cars down on PIB and HWY 20 long enought to even look at this show of financial muscle by the City Officials. Be nice to see them maybe work hand in hand with the county and clean up level creek road and make it more foot traffic friendly with additional lighting and so on. There are some things that I see that are not related to the building of the city of Sugar Hill downtown corridor that has yet to see any real dollars that would effect our local economy. The new Kroger and the Publix slow traffic, where downtown Sugar Hill is located ther are cars going through and not slowing up at all. There is nothing to slow up for? So the new stuff is great and it does look good. However the cloud over the entire process and plan does not seem to be at the level of effecting the local economy and is just spending at its best. The place looks great, the area looks great, okay I will admot that. it looks fabulous. Really it does. Inside and out, great work. Now what. You want me to walk up and just gaze at it? I will and I will enjoy that i am sure.


Truthbetold 1 year, 3 months ago

So how does this really help the residents and what does it do that the old City hall did not do. Other than just be bigger? How does this help me as a resident of the city? I look out my window and do not live near downtown. And it all looks the same. I look at rates for services, and they are the same. Will someone take a picture of the first council meeting and let us know if we did not build it big enough? Will it hold everyone in attendance?


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