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Atlanta City Jail Task Force Holds Its First Meeting

July 17, 2019

GPB News

Atlanta's jail task force held its first meeting Tuesday afternoon.

City of Canton to set millage rate lowest in 26 years

July 17, 2019

Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News

At two public hearings on Thursday, Canton City Manager Billy Peppers announced changes in the fiscal year 2020 budget proposal and Canton’s 5.4 millage rate.

Ball Ground council approves alcoholic beverage license

July 17, 2019

Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News

Barrel House Coffee is now one step closer to making its plans of serving coffee with liqueurs mixed in a reality after actions taking by the Ball Ground City Council at Thursday night’s meeting.

County, cities look to mediation to resolve services dispute

July 17, 2019

Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News

After more than a year of contesting service agreements and how county taxes are spent, Cherokee County and the cities within it have a mediation scheduled in August to settle on a county-wide service delivery strategy.

Kennesaw residents to see sanitation services cost rise

July 17, 2019

Marietta Daily Journal

City residents will see a jump in the cost of sanitation services this fall after the City Council approved changes to the contract with Republic Services on Monday night.

Milton is getting a new public safety complex

July 17, 2019

Neighbor News

The city of Milton will celebrate yet another milestone on July 18, when it breaks ground on the new Public Safety Complex, at 9 a.m.

Dunwoody awards $65K contract to assess arts center, Austin school site

July 17, 2019

Reporter Newspapers

The Dunwoody City Council has awarded a $65,000 contract to a consulting firm to evaluate and analyze the conditions of North DeKalb Cultural Arts Center and the soon-to-be former Austin Elementary School site to help determine how best to use the facilities.

Planning Commission member announces run for Brookhaven City Council

July 17, 2019

Reporter Newspapers

Madeleine Simmons, who has been on the Planning Commission since 2017, announced her bid July 15 for the District 3 Council seat currently held by Bates Mattison. Mattison has served on the council since the city’s inception in 2012.

Sandy Springs’ Cultural Center seeks Holocaust education funds, draws debate on city mission

July 17, 2019

Reporter Newspapers

Sandy Springs is moving ahead on an $8.6 million “Cultural Center” project contingent on a big co-payment from a Holocaust education group that could bring a new state memorial to the city.

Peggy Merriss approved as Sandy Springs’ interim city manager

July 17, 2019

Reporter Newspapers

Peggy Merriss will be Sandy Springs’ interim city manager starting Aug. 3 after her nomination was approved by the City Council.

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