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The Cherokee County Commission will consider awarding a construction contract to perform improvements to Hobgood Park.
After years of managing declining property tax revenue, the upswing is welcome news for Cherokee leaders.
Atlanta Unfiltered is reporting a federal judge has entered a $640,000 default judgment against the former lawmaker and his business partners in relation to a loan they received to operate a mobile home park.
Officials will hold a ribbon cutting for the facility at 10 a.m. and a grand opening on Saturday.
The library was slated to be built in eastern Cherokee County and cost around $5.6 million to build.
Cherokee Commissioners will weigh amending its ordinance to include the animals not used for food as potential nuisances.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Residents can now sign their children up for the inaugural summer swim team season, which runs from May 6th to July 11th.
The former state senator and current Georgia Public Broadcasting employee was asked to serve as the chair of the 11th Congressional District convention held in Marietta last weekend.
Superintendent of Schools Dr. Frank Petruzielo is questioning the accuracy of numbers State Rep. Calvin Hill provided to the Cherokee Chamber of Commerce's board of directors.
The open house and grand opening will be from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday May 11. A ribbon cutting is set for 10 a.m. Thursday May 9.
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