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    Episode 158
    July 18 – 31, 2016



  • County publishes 2016 tax digest and 5-year history

    - July 25, 2016

     
  • County seeks public input on upcoming SPLOST

    - July 21, 2016

     
  • Election Results: General Primary Election Runoff

    - July 26, 2016

     
  • Commissioners call for SPLOST vote in November

    - July 19, 2016

     
  • Celebrate a super-powered month with Parks and Recreation

    - July 11, 2016

     
 
 
 

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Gwinnett's Department of Water Resources Billing and Customer Service: Running the business of water

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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Animal Welfare extends pet adoption deal

The Gwinnett Animal Shelter has extended its adoption special through the end of July. All cats are currently $10 and all dogs are $30. Stop by the shelter, located at 884 Winder Highway in Lawrenceville, to find your perfect match.

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Beat the heat this summer

Summer in Georgia is a time for camping trips, cookouts, and afternoons by the pool. However, it’s also a time to be aware of the dangers soaring temperatures can bring. Extreme heat is the number one weather-related killer in the U.S, claiming more than 650 lives across the nation each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 

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Learn about your police department in the upcoming citizens police academy

The Gwinnett County Police Department is hosting its 32nd Citizens Police Academy from August 30 to October 20. The Citizens Police Academy was developed to create a nucleus of responsible, well-informed citizens who want to learn more about their Police Department.

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Make your summer more comfortable with tips for your yard

With summer upon us and more children and families headed outside, Gwinnett Cooperative Extension offers some tips to reduce the mosquito population around your home and make your summer more comfortable:

  • Eliminate breeding areas by cleaning gutters
  • Remove any standing water that may be left in trash can lids, pet feeding bowls, and flowerpot saucers
  • Replace water in birdbaths frequently
  • Keep well-fitting screens on windows and doors

Check out this video for even more tips. For more information, visit www.gwinnettextension.com or contact the Gwinnett Cooperative Extension at 678.377.4010.

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