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    • TV 23


      Watch archived footage of government meetings, PSA’s.

    Episode 182
    June 19 – July 2, 2017

  • County offices closed, trash schedule for Independence Day

    - June 21, 2017

  • Tax Commissioner announces new tag office schedule

    - June 21, 2017

  • SPLOST: New trails approved for Tribble Mill Park

    - June 21, 2017

  • Take simple steps to keep mosquitoes away this summer

    - June 21, 2017

  • Don't miss this CATastic deal!

    - June 1, 2017


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Outdoor burn ban in effect from May 1 through September 30

The Gwinnett County Department of Fire and Emergency Services would like remind citizens that a ban on outdoor/open burning is in place annually from May 1 through September 30. In accordance with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources ban on open burning, 54 counties in Georgia (including Gwinnett) are responsible for complying with the state-issued burn ban.

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Commissioners approve ethics resolution to publicly reprimand Commissioner Tommy Hunter

The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners held a special called meeting on Tuesday, June 20 to conduct a public hearing and vote upon the penalty to be administered for any violation of the Gwinnett County Code of Ethics which the Board of Commissioners sustained in the matter of the ethics complaint filed against Commissioner Tommy Hunter by Nancie Turner.

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Rabid fox bites woman in seventh confirmed case in Gwinnett; be careful around strange animals

A Gwinnett County Animal Welfare and Enforcement officer responded on June 10 to a report of a woman attacked by a rabid fox in the 920 block of Cripple Creek Drive in Lawrenceville.

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Free rabies vaccines for Norcross-area pets offered at Best Friend Park on June 24

Free rabies vaccinations for pets of Norcross-area residents will be offered at a June 24 clinic sponsored by Gwinnett County Animal Welfare and Enforcement, Planned PEThood, Animal Alliance of Georgia, Society of Humane Friends of Georgia, and Canine Pet Rescue.

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Fireworks safety

Even though some types of fireworks are legal in Georgia, you should use extreme caution to avoid serious injury during your Independence Day celebrations. Gwinnett County’s firefighters encourage you to attend a professional show instead of using fireworks yourself this year.

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