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The Georgia Department of Transportation opened the sealed bids April 24 for the State Route 400 Widening Project in Forsyth County. The team of C.W. Matthews Contracting Co., Inc./Infrastructure Consulting & Engineering is the apparent successful proposer. more
Acting Troupe of Lambert hosts fundraiser for childhood cancer research A wide range of talent from across Forsyth County came together on Saturday, April 25th for a great cause. The Smiley … more
Forsyth County District 4 Commissioner and Vice Chairman Cindy Jones Mills was recently named as the 2015-2016 Chairman of the General County Government Policy Committee for the Association County Commissioners of Georgia (ACCG), Georgia’s county association. more
The city of Milton was scheduled to discuss the possibility of adopting an impact fee program at a public hearing during the May 4 City Council meeting. more
The form-based codes for development in the Deerfield and Crabapple districts were updated at the April 27 Milton City Council meeting, resulting in the lifting of a zoning moratorium on the Ga. 9 North Vision Study area. more
In a ceremony held Friday, May 1, officials interred and sealed the time capsule in the new Forsyth County Courthouse in downtown Cumming. more
While the Forsyth County Animal Shelter just opened in August 2014, it is already preparing for its first round of renovations. more
The Georgia Mountains Regional Commission (GMRC) held its monthly meeting in Cumming April 30. more
Doug Sorrells was named an interim councilman for the city of Cumming May 1. Sorrels will serve until July 21 to give the county the opportunity to hold a special election to fill retiring Councilman Rupert Sexton’s unexpired term. The special election will be held on June 16. more
North Fulton’s emergency services officially broke from the county April 28, when the officers of most cities transferred to a new system. more
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