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I want to first thank the people of Johns Creek for their support throughout this campaign for State House. I wouldn’t be here today without your support. This campaign isn’t about me. It is … more
I’m running for the State House because I believe we need fresh leaders and committed conservatives to move Georgia forward. Here are the key issues facing our district: Homeowner tax relief … more
As Johns Creek continues to grow, so do the responsibilities of City Manager Warren Hutmacher, and with the blessing of the City Council he has announced his management team to help him direct the operations of the various departments of the city. more
The Johns Creek City Council will begin a review of its outsourcing contracts for service as part of a decision made at the council’s retreat. more
The city of Roswell has lost its arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court after the court ruled 6-3 to reject and remand the case to a lower court. more
The next big project for North Fulton is the coming 104-acre mixed-use development of Riverwalk Village, at the intersection of Ga. 400 and Holcomb Bridge Road. more
Fulton County School System will begin construction on a realignment of Charles Place starting on Monday, Feb. 2. more
If you think the sexual enslavement of teenage and younger girls is not something that happens in the suburbs, then you are sadly misinformed. more
The Fulton County Board of Commissioners unanimously passed a $628 million budget that did not raise the millage rate as feared, and instead left the county with a surplus. more
The Fulton County Board of Commissioners voted Jan. 21 to restore the lost hours of operation for all Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System branches. Fulton’s budget will allow hours to be restored at the libraries as of April 1. more
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