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Torch moves to Sugar Hill City Hall September 17, traffic delays possible

Torch moves to Sugar Hill City Hall September 17, traffic delays possible

The next leg of the bicentennial torch run will see the torch carried from Buford City Hall to Sugar Hill City Hall, located at 5039 West Broad Street in Sugar Hill.

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Gwinnett Transit kicks off test program for door-to-door bus service in Snellville

Gwinnett Transit kicks off test program for door-to-door bus service in Snellville

Gwinnett Transit is launching a pilot program on Sept. 17 that will provide six months of free door-to-door bus service in Snellville.

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Take home a less-adoptable pet from the Gwinnett Animal Shelter

Take home a less-adoptable pet from the Gwinnett Animal Shelter

While many doggies and kitties are quickly adopted from the Gwinnett Animal Shelter, some get passed over time and time again just because they’re a little older, not so easy on the eyes, or need a little more care. To help them get homes of their own, the shelter is hosting Adopt a Less-Adoptable-Pet Month and cutting adoption fees to $20 all through September.

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Gwinnett recruiting poll officials at upcoming hiring events

Gwinnett recruiting poll officials at upcoming hiring events

Gwinnett citizens who want to serve the community and be engaged in the electoral process are encouraged to attend Gwinnett County’s poll official hiring events on September 6 and September 8 at the County’s OneStop Norcross facility.

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Gwinnett celebrates 200 years of history

Gwinnett celebrates 200 years of history

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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Business plan presentations kick off 2019 budget preparation

Business plan presentations kick off 2019 budget preparation

County elected officials, department directors, and agency heads will present their business plans and financial resource requests for budget year 2019 starting Monday, August 27. The budget presentations, which run through Thursday, August 30, will be heard by the budget review team made up of five Gwinnett residents who were invited by Commission Chairman Charlotte Nash to help set priorities and make recommendations for the proposed budget.

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Water Resources to replace water main in Peachtree Station subdivision

Water Resources to replace water main in Peachtree Station subdivision

Aging water mains in the Peachtree Station subdivision will soon be replaced. Gwinnett commissioners on Tuesday awarded an almost $1.51 million contract to Dickerson Group Inc. The water main replacement is phase one of the total project.

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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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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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