Jim Gilvin used his annual State of the City Address Feb. 13 to highlight major challenges facing Alpharetta, including issues that divide the City Council. It ended with the mayor calling on those in the crowd to get involved by speaking out.
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Mayor Jim Gilvin used his annual State of the City Address Feb. 13 to highlight major challenges facing Alpharetta, including issues that divide the City Council.
- Johns Creek leaders respond to George Floyd’s death, protests
- Roswell Arts Fund announces changes in board leadership
- Roswell begins phased reopening of city facilities
- Georgia-Pacific sponsors solar roof on Mimosa Hall
- Milton alcohol ordinance undergoes major revisions
- Alpharetta council splits over late budget cuts
- Cumming promotes social distancing for July 4 parade, fireworks ceremony
- Forsyth couple cancels $1.8 million in medical debt for local families
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