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Roswell

Roswell to install speed detection cameras in school zones

August 14, 2019

Neighbor News

Roswell police began research on this program in February this year and presented its findings and requests to the committee July 24. During that time, Roswell police looked at six school zones in Roswell and found that Hembree Elementary School and Holcomb Bridge Middle School had over 1,500 speeding violations each from drivers.

Roswell welcomes new police chief

August 12, 2019

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Conroy previously served with the DeKalb County Police Department for 28 years and as the Dekalb County Chief of Police since 2013.

Horton announces bid for Roswell City Council seat

August 12, 2019

NorthFulton.com

Horton is a proponent of “Smart City Technologies,” which can help keep traffic moving, improve streetlight efficiency, allow for autonomous vehicles (including public trollies) and help define public safety staging areas.

Roswell City Council member Sean Groer announces resignation from council

August 6, 2019

Neighbor News

Groer and his family will be moving to Chattanooga after Groer served on city council for two years. Groer served as the liaison to transportation and announced his family’s move a few months ago.

Roswell City Council hits pause on $100,000 organizational study

July 30, 2019

NorthFulton.com

Roswell is wrestling over whether it should spend money to see whether it can save money.

Roswell rejects bid to lower millage rate

July 30, 2019

NorthFulton.com

Roswell’s FY20 property tax rate cleared its first hurdle by a narrow margin July 22, but it may change before the final vote.

East Roswell Library to be added as early voting location

July 30, 2019

Marietta Daily Journal

The county stated that because Atlanta and Sandy Springs are not hosting elections this year, the cost will be distributed to other Fulton cities like Roswell.

Better Together: Roswell meeting attendance doubles in expected size

July 30, 2019

Marietta Daily Journal

Together Roswell was able to get feedback from 300 attendees. Their goal is to aid the city in developing its first-ever citywide strategic plan.

Roswell accepts $76K grant for after-school tutoring

July 25, 2019

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The city is partnering with two nonprofits, the STAR House Foundation and Ed Isakson YMCA, to enroll part-time AmeriCorps members as tutors for students at three local Title I elementary schools.

Townhomes draw focus of Roswell code revisions

July 19, 2019

NorthFulton.com

The Roswell City Council has approved changes to its Unified Development Code it says gives residents and the city more voice in future development, especially development related to townhomes.

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