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School has resumed so don't pass stopped buses and watch for kids at bus stops

School has resumed so don't pass stopped buses and watch for kids at bus stops

Gwinnett County Public Schools kicked off the 2018 – 2019 school year on Monday, August 6, and motorists are advised to give GCPS buses plenty of room and time to pick up and drop off students before and after school.

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Commissioners approve contract with MARTA

Commissioners approve contract with MARTA

The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday approved a contract with the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority to operate and expand Gwinnett’s transit system in accordance with the recently approved Connect Gwinnett Transit Development Plan.

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Gwinnett animal shelter offering August adoption specials, including Free Fridays

Gwinnett animal shelter offering August adoption specials, including Free Fridays

The Gwinnett County animal shelter is offering a $20 adoption special in August for dogs and cats ready to take home. Specials also include free adoptions every Friday.

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Commissioners lower millage rate

Commissioners lower millage rate

The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday adopted 2018 millage rates to fund county services by rolling back the general fund rate by 2.58 percent.

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Commissioners approve Comprehensive Transit Plan

Commissioners approve Comprehensive Transit Plan

The Gwinnett County Department of Transportation will seek Board approval for the Connect Gwinnett Transit Plan on Tuesday, July 17.

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SPLOST: Bay Creek Police Precinct contract approved

SPLOST: Bay Creek Police Precinct contract approved

The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners in June approved a $7.045 million contract to build a police precinct and alternate 911 center at Bay Creek Park.

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Understanding fireworks regulations in Gwinnett County

Understanding fireworks regulations in Gwinnett County

Gwinnett residents can responsibly enjoy fireworks year round by following some regulations meant to preserve peace and safety.  

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Welcome to the new GwinnettCounty.com!

Welcome to the new GwinnettCounty.com!

Gwinnett County has launched a new, device-responsive website. The new site makes it easier for Gwinnett residents to pay their water bills, learn about upcoming events, and stay up to date with the latest Gwinnett County news from a phone or tablet.

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Gwinnett celebrates 200 years of history through 2018

Gwinnett celebrates 200 years of history through 2018

Gwinnett County is celebrating its founding and its modern, diverse community with a yearlong series of Gwinnett 200 events, lectures, demonstrations, a torch run, video-recorded reminiscences, and more. 

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How changes to the Solid Waste Plan will affect you

How changes to the Solid Waste Plan will affect you

Residents of unincorporated Gwinnett County will see a reduction in the monthly fee for solid waste collection starting July 1 when an eight-year agreement with residential trash haulers goes into effect.

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