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Seven companies submitted bids.
Several people attended the May 2 Dacula City Council meeting to express concern regarding the rezoning of property on Harbins Road for a drive-through cafe.
The facilities would be part of the Great Beginnings complex.
The new employee will assist with elections, licensing and other administrative tasks.
City leaders considering option to allow credit and debit card payments.
Majestic Circle resident says city's new maintenance facility is a "huge safety concern."
Long-awaited traffic signal installation at busy intersection identified as "shovel-ready" project by the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners.
Congressman also addressed border security, called Obamacare “a destroyer” during Feb. 19 town hall meeting in Dacula, Ga.
The three applicants for the sole Dacula liquor license will present their plans to council Wednesday night.
Mayor Jimmy Wilbanks said sign will be a faster, easier and more efficient way to relay information to residents.
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