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    Episode 152
    April 25 – May 8, 2016


  • Vote in advance of the May 24 election

    - April 29, 2016

     
  • Transportation wants your input on future plans

    - March 23, 2016

     
  • Memorial Day Ceremony recognizes Gwinnett military heroes

    - April 26, 2016

     
  • Tax Commissioner Announces Paperless Billing For Property Tax

    - April 1, 2016

     
  • SPLOST video highlights sales tax program over the years

    - February 25, 2016

     
 
 
 

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Our Police and Fire Citizens Academies: Going backstage with public safety

FOCUS ON is a monthly feature that tells how your county government employees focus on providing high-quality services to you each and every day.

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Tax assessors board mails annual assessment notices

In accordance with state law, the Gwinnett County Board of Assessors mailed approximately 275,000 annual notices of current assessment to residential and commercial property owners on Friday, April 8. The intent of the notice is to provide property owners with the current value associated with their property for the ad valorem tax process compared to last year’s value as well as an estimate of taxes based on the new/current value. The mandated calculation process for the estimated taxes often results in a figure that is different from actual taxes for the property; additional discussion of this is included below.  

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Library system's new hours, consistent schedule increase access to services

The Gwinnett County Public Library is expanding branch hours and revising branch schedules to make hours at the county’s 15 branches consistent. 

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Chairman Nash pictures 2040 in State of the County

In her sixth annual State of the County speech (read the text or watch the video), Board of Commissioners Chairman Charlotte Nash reflected on present-day accomplishments but also looked ahead 24 years to imagine Gwinnett County in 2040.

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Commissioners adopt $1.5 billion budget

Gwinnett commissioners adopted a $1.5 billion budget for fiscal year 2016 at their first meeting of the year. With the exception of slight adjustments made to police budget, it mirrors the proposal made in November. Commissioners spent that time reviewing the budget and comments they received during a December public hearing and through an online form.

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