The work on the almost 60-year-old building – Suwanee’s original city hall – will significantly improve the court customer experience and create more space for court and police employees, according to city officials.
To earn a Certified City of Ethics designation, a city must take two actions. They must first adopt a resolution establishing the five ethics principles city officials’ conduct.
The Suwanee City Council recently approved a rezoning application that makes way for 83 attached single-family homes on about 10 acres at the southwest corner of the intersection of Tench Road and Peachtree Industrial Boulevard.
Eleven Suwanee Police Department officers were recently recognized for their commitment to the department with promotions, which Police Chief Mike Jones announced Monday.
The almost 60-year-old building, Suwanee’s original city hall, will be receiving a much-needed facelift that is expected to significantly improve the court customer experience and create more space for court and police employees.
The Suwanee City Council recently approved a $1,137,399 contract with Allied Paving for patching and resurfacing of 3.8 miles of various city streets.
Spokeswoman for the city Abby Wilkerson said the city's original city hall building, which is almost 60 years old, currently houses the courts. That building will be remodeled to enlarge the lobby and double the court clerk work space.
“Everyone at City Hall looks forward to the Snap Suwanee due date — we love seeing how our citizens capture their community,” said Suwanee Public Information Officer Abby Wilkerson. “My favorite photos are the ones of places I look at every day, but from unique perspectives that I’ve never considered.”
The Suwanee City Council recently approved a list of equipment to sell in an April surplus sale. Office equipment for sale will include an office chair, file cabinets, one Dell Optilex 7800 desktop computer, one Apple laptop, and filing supplies.
Chief Mike Jones won the Chief of the Year award from the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police in July. Sen. Renee Unterman, of Buford, and Sen. John Albers, of Roswell, sponsored the senate proclamation honoring Jones.