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The Forsyth County Board of Tax Assessors will be sending out state-required annual assessment notices to all people who own property in Forsyth County. The assessment notices are scheduled to be mailed out beginning May 15. more
Vacation Bible School is a rite of summer and Alpharetta First Baptist Church is planning the best one yet for your kids! All children who have completed Pre-K through 5th grade are invited to come … more
In a 5-2 vote, the Alpharetta City Council approved plans for a new mixed-use City Center. more
The May 12 town hall meeting on proposals for the city’s central business district seemed to raise more questions about the concept than it answered for the 60-plus residents who came. more
Forsyth County’s drinking water is clean, safe and reliable for all customers, according to the 2015 water quality report produced by the county’s Water and Sewer Department. more
Motorists planning to use Sargent Road in Johns Creek during the week of May 18 may want to consider alternative routes as the city repaves the roundabout at Sargent Road and Lexington Woods Drive. more
Drinking alcohol on site at places like grocery stores and buying alcohol for take-home consumption from brew pubs could soon become an option in Forsyth County. more
More than 4.3 million cookies have been sent to U.S. soldiers stationed abroad due to the Treat the Troops program, which began in 1990. The purpose of Treat the Troops is to let deployed American … more
After significant public response to the city's efforts to establish a Conservation Subdivision Ordinance, the City of Milton Planning Commission will hold a series of three meetings in the coming weeks to ensure the public's desires are heard and incorporated into any plan moving forward. more
Transportation projects are moving forward that will include the addition of an interchange at Ga. 400 and McGinnis Ferry Road and ease traffic headaches for North Fulton and Forsyth commuters, a contractor told the Milton City Council at a work session May 11. more
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