Open Letter To DeKalb County Community -Karen Carter, JD – Peach Pundit


Open Letter To DeKalb County Community -Karen Carter, JD
Peach Pundit
I would like to thank Governor Deal for appointing me to serve on the DeKalb County School Board. I also want to thank the parents, community partners and friends of the DeKalb County School District for the opportunity to serve our county and the 100 ...

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Brookhaven anticipates much more revenue in 2015 – Dunwoody Crier


Brookhaven anticipates much more revenue in 2015
Dunwoody Crier
“I'm pleased that our revenues continue to grow despite the fact that we lowered our millage rate last year, ,” said Brookhaven Mayor J Max Davis. “We will be able to step up our investments in our first-rate police force, address traffic issues and ...

Brookhaven approves annexations of Executive Park, Children’s Healthcare of … – The Brookhaven Post


Brookhaven approves annexations of Executive Park, Children's Healthcare of ...
The Brookhaven Post
Brookhaven, GA, December 8, 2014 – by Trey Benton – The City of Brookhaven held a Special Called Meeting Monday evening to again consider approving annexation applications filed by Executive Park and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA). Unlike ...

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Haddix: I’ve been vindicated – The Citizen.com


Haddix: I've been vindicated
The Citizen.com
Reality is tax impart, not millage rate, is what matters, so this is not a real argument. Cities are classified ... I researched and found, even before all the tax increases began in 2010, Peachtree City ranked last in tax friendliness among Class B ...

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Valdosta Fire Department To Apply For Homeland Security And FEMA Grants – WCTV


Valdosta Fire Department To Apply For Homeland Security And FEMA Grants
WCTV
Valdosta, GA - The Valdosta Fire Department is one step closer to getting new fire engines. Thanks to the ... Chief Broome says his department was hoping to get new fire engines from the SPLOST budget, but with a millage rate increase, that wasn't ...

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