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Gwinnett County Board of Education adopts $1.763 billion FY2014 budget and tentatively adopts 1.30 mills increase in tax millage rate.
Sentencing for Duluth resident Gary on a federal bribery charge now scheduled for Aug. 27. This is the third time it has been rescheduled.
Duluth City Council, Downtown Development Authority informally agree on ambitious timeline for seeking, selecting developers for retail/entertainment district and residential neighborhood downtown.
Consulting firm hired by Duluth studies four downtown sites for 100-unit hotel and three sites outside downtown and concludes The Block is the superior site.
The Duluth Downtown Development Authority may be able to move ahead expeditiously with project to expand Red Clay Theatre and eliminate unsightly depression next to it.
Duluth citizens invited to meet artist/blacksmith Michael Dillon and see his design for the Roundabout sculpture.
The Duluth City Council has scheduled a special meeting with the Duluth Downtown Development Authority to discuss expanding Red Clay Theatre building.
The public is invited to meet Michael Dillon and see his design for sculpture to be installed in center of Roundabout.
Action by Gwinnett Commission returning West Lawrenceville Street and McClure Bridge Road maintenance to city clears way for project to proceed.
State Sen. Curt Thompson to be joined at meeting by U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson and State Rep. Pedro Marin to discuss bill slated to be introduced in U.S. Senate.
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