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ALPHARETTA, Ga. – Fulton County is kicking off a final series of open houses this month to gather the public’s input on the future of transit. The meetings are the third and final phase in … more
MILTON, Ga. — The city has agreed to finalize a major land acquisition by purchasing 140 acres of land that comprised the former Milton Country Club under the Greenspace Bond. The city is expected … more
MILTON, Ga. — Milton’s City Council chambers were packed to the brim Monday night as Mayor Joe Lockwood and new council members Peyton Jamison and Laura Bentley were sworn in to standing ovations … more
Now that the holidays are over, residents may be wondering what to do with their trees. more
MILTON, Ga. — There were standing ovations, impromptu speeches and cake at Monday’s City Council meeting, far from the norm but all in honor of the last public meeting for council members Bill … more
MILTON, Ga. — The due diligence period for the city’s potential purchase of the Milton Country Club was extended in a special called City Council meeting last Thursday. Originally contracted to … more
FULTON COUNTY, Ga. — Fulton County residents who want to use their property taxes as a deduction on their 2017 income taxes will need to pay early this year or risk losing out. Homeowners were … more
MILTON, Ga. — Milton’s two new City Council members will be sworn in Jan. 8, and both are looking forward to the opportunity. Laura Bentley will represent District 2, Post 1 while Jamison … more
MILTON, Ga. — Residents along Knightsbridge Way in Downtown Crabapple are continuing their six-month fight to challenge a development approved just behind their homes. The residents – some living … more
MILTON, Ga. — Parks and Recreation Director Jim Cregge said building a quality park is expensive. That is why the City of Milton is seeking another grant for Providence Park as its master plan … more
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