Alpharetta followed through on an earlier commitment to continue assistance to Tech Alpharetta, a technology startup engine the city has helped fund since it began in 2015.
Alpharetta-Roswell City Council News
With millions at stake, the Alpharetta City Council should decide soon which projects will get the green light and which sit idle, waiting for another source of funding.
Cumming City Council News
There is around $675 billion in federal funds that will be doled out based on the 2020 census, and every region wants its fair share of the pie. But getting an accurate portion of the funds depends on census figures, which is contingent on every member of a city or county participating.
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — Forsyth County is moving forward with the latest plan to begin widening of McGinnis Ferry Road, a major east-west artery through north Metro Atlanta.
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — The Forsyth County Parks & Recreation Department has received the 2019 Georgia Recreation and Park Association District 7 Agency of the Year Award.
Johns Creek City Council News
The Johns Creek City Council began discussions on how to distribute more than $3 million it expects to receive in federal relief aid for the coronavirus.
The Johns Creek City Council is moving forward with long-anticipated improvements to the Bell Road and Boles Road corridor.
The Johns Creek City Council got down to business on its long-awaited improvements to the Bell and Boles Road corridor.
Thousands of commuters can look forward to faster travel times through Johns Creek’s busiest intersection.
Despite pleas for decriminalization within its own City Council, Johns Creek is staying the course on marijuana possession penalties.
Milton City Council News
The Milton City Council voted Sept. 21 to adopt a plan for the city’s budget for the 2021 fiscal year, which begins Oct. 1. The approval of the budget was unanimous.
City officials have formally adopted a plan to add sidewalks in some areas of Milton and to construct trails within three of its parks.
Following years of talks, tweaks and backpedaling, Milton has approved an updated tree ordinance designed to preserve the city’s natural canopy.
Milton officials have presented amendments to the city’s ordinances that place more stringent regulations on fireworks stands.