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The Highly Controversial & Criticized “Rumors Page“ by the City of Johns Creek staff has officially launched. We question their facts. Where’s the Truth?
Homestead exemptions, capped valuations adjusted for inflation, increases in senior exemptions Will it make a difference to the Property Tax Problem? The short answer is
Property Tax Relief on the Ballot By: Commissioner Bob Ellis Early voting starts this week and while there are a number of key races with
By: Jessica Szilagyi – All on Georgia The 5 Constitutional Amendments on the November 2018 Ballot Amendment 1 — Portion of Revenue from Outdoor Recreation Equipment
By: Taxpayer Watchdog It is always troubling to read the proposed Constitutional Amendments our State Legislature puts on the ballot every few years. They must
City Council recently approved the Master Plans for Cauley Creek Park. A robust 195 Acres along the Chattahoochee River, will have plenty of active &
Election Day is Tuesday, November 6, 2018 Early voting began Monday, October 15, 2018 Monday, October, 15 to Friday, October 26, 2018 8:30 a.m. to
by Zane Edge. Dagmar Sands, the majority landowner and outspoken applicant for Johns Creek rezoning cases RZ-18-006 and RZ-18-007 (State Bridge Road near JCHS), is
Georgia State Representative District 50: Candidate Debate Tuesday, October 9th, 2018 6:30 pm Meet & Greet 7 pm – 8:30 pm Debate Northview High School
With the Scrutiny of how he treats differently CouncilWoman Stephanie Endres and others who do not agree with him, Mayor Bodker won’t seek Re-Election according to
by Richard Winger In November 2018, 61% of Georgia’s legislative races have only one candidate on the ballot. There are 56 State Senate seats and
After 12 years, you’d think Mayor Bodker would have mastered the planning and execution of a budget. Yet, at the August 13th City Council Work Session,