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Alpharetta expands bike share program to downtown

August 21, 2019

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

There are now five Zagster stations in Alpharetta, with a sixth in Big Creek Park, Roswell, according to a city announcement.

Alpharetta to debut baby grand ‘neighborhood piano’

August 20, 2019

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Ekphrasis joins four other “neighborhood pianos” in the city: Flannery at Cogburn Road Park, Oscar at Rock Mill Park, Morgan at the Wills Park Equestrian Center, and Barry at Webb Bridge Park.

Alpharetta OKs $337K in roofing work

August 12, 2019

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Garland/DBS Inc. was awarded the job under the U.S. Communities program, which pools the purchasing power of public agencies nationwide, staff said in a report to the council.

Alpharetta OKs expanded survey of Equestrian Center

August 5, 2019

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Alpharetta City Council has approved spending $94,930 for an expanded survey of the Wills Park Equestrian Center.

Alpharetta extends local jobs creation incentive

August 1, 2019

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Created to support the Georgia Quality Jobs Tax Credit and Opportunity Zone Tax Credit at the local level, the program has $32,500 in funds still available, staff said in a report to the council.

Alpharetta prepares for Old Soldiers Day

July 30, 2019

The City of Alpharetta and American Legion Post 201 host the parade to celebrate American war veterans and recognize their service to our country.

Alpharetta weighs automated speed cameras in school zones

July 25, 2019

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The measure is possible under HB 978, passed by the General Assembly in the 2017-18 session allowing photo/video enforcement in school zones.

Alpharetta contracts to upgrade preemptive traffic signal system

July 18, 2019

Alpharetta is embarking on a citywide upgrade to its traffic signal system that it hopes will improve response times for fire emergencies

Alpharetta OKs $300K for updated emergency traffic signal system

July 15, 2019

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Alpharetta City Council has approved spending up to $300,000 on an updated system that automatically turns traffic lights green for an approaching fire apparatus with its emergency lights activated.

City Councilman Merkel announces re-election bid

July 3, 2019

“There’s a lot of great things happening in Alpharetta,” Merkel said. “I’m proud to have worked with a very proactive city council, exceptional city staff, and, most importantly, our residents during these past four years. It is essential we continue to move Alpharetta forward in a way our citizens can be proud of.”

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