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This year, unfortunately, thousands of residents have experienced unbelievable spikes in their property valuations, some as high as 50 percent to 100 percent increases. People are furious. … more
I want to make it clear to north Fulton residents that all hands are on deck to address skyrocketing property tax reassessments and the prospect of (even more) unaffordable property taxes. … more
Well some people will think I’m crazy, but I’m a not afraid to admit: I’m not a big fan of Thanksgiving, never have been. The endless day of cooking and cleaning for a meal that lasts about … more
The Advanced Disposal Eagle Point landfill is in the northwest corner of Forsyth County on the bank of the Etowah River. It is the fastest growing landfill in Georgia. Advanced Disposal has applied … more
Like most residents in Three Chimneys Farm, I was dismayed that our neighborhood has preliminarily been redistricted from Lambert High School to South Forsyth High School. My apprehension is not that … more
The Johns Creek Fire Department began service on Oct. 7, 2008, and has operated since then out of three fire stations inherited from Fulton County. Since the inception of our city, Johns … more
By this time we know that the 9/11 remembrance ceremonies at Milton and Cambridge High Schools were cancelled due to Hurricane Irma. However, the date, Sept. 11, 2001, will live on in infamy along … more
I moved into the Chartwell subdivision in 1998. I know firsthand the quality of our police officers and firefighters. And it is a sad thing that none of the firefighters live in Johns Creek. … more
Kudos to you and the Johns Creek Herald for two very thought-provoking articles about freedom of the press (April 27, 2017). As an old lady, I have observed the history of this great land over … more
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