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    Eye on Gwinnett
    Episode 199
    February 12 – 25, 2018

  • Nash salutes two centuries of pioneers in State of the County address

    - February 14, 2018

  • Celebrate Black History Month in Gwinnett!

    - February 2, 2018

  • Bicentennial Adoption Special

    - February 1, 2018

  • Help Shape Gwinnett's future by attending a 2040 Unified Plan Open House

    - January 25, 2018

  • SPLOST: New amenities coming to Alexander Park

    - January 5, 2018


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Gwinnett County helps land major expansion by OFS

The Gwinnett County Planning and Development team and the Office of Economic Development played a key role in helping land a multi-million-dollar expansion project by the fiber optics industry-leader OFS in Norcross.

OFS announced they are spending $139 million and creating 200 new jobs at their Norcross and Carrolton facilities. The company plans to nearly double its 2016 optical fiber manufacturing capacity by 2019 and to increase its fiber cable manufacturing capacity.

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Gwinnett County Community Development Program FFY 2019 Applications

The Gwinnett County Community Development Program office manages grant programs awarded to the County by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) by providing the resources for decent, safe, and affordable housing, a suitable living environment, and expanded economic opportunities. Funding for these HUD grant programs is awarded by the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners to qualifying nonprofit and government organizations through an annual competition process.

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Apply for the Spring 2018 session of Gwinnett 101!

Have you ever wondered why a fire truck responds to your medical emergency, why the County has a SPLOST program, or how clean water gets to your house? The Gwinnett 101 Citizens Academy can help answer those questions and more.

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Commissioners adopt 2018 budget focused on safety, quality of life

The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners adopted a $1.67 billion budget for 2018 at their regular meeting on Tuesday. The final budget is up about seven percent over last year, primarily due to transfers for capital improvements and increased costs for salaries and benefits. The operating budget is set at $1.28 billion with another $390 million for capital improvements, including projects funded by SPLOST

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Gwinnett 200: Art exhibits travel Gwinnett throughout bicentennial year

As part of the Gwinnett 200 Bicentennial Celebration, an art exhibit featuring local artists will be placed in various locations throughout the county from January 16 until December 18.

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