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Johns Creek Post is known for informing readers about City affairs and shenanigans, that other media refuse to cover. Johns Creek Chamber Diverting JCP Ad
Billboard #9 to go Next to Johns Creek High School, according to an email from the City Manager, this morning. Action Outdoor is in the process
Apartment Complex Permit Questions Swirl over the development currently under construction on 141 & Bell Rd. Owner embroiled in investigation with Mayor Bodker.
3 Council Seats Open in August 2019. Johns Creek Post emailed all 3 current City Councilmen and inquired if they intend to run for re-election.
Fury over City Proposed Gateway Markers. City was to spend $40K with Urban Catalyst Lab to design the concept of Two “Gateway markers” State Bridge Rd.
Of all the Suburbs in America, Johns Creek has the 6th fastest growing rental market, according to Rentalcafe.com. Johns Creek Rental Spike According to Florentina Sarac,
City to Conduct Community Survey | Companies Across USA Bid for Contract Companies across the USA spent their precious time filling out documents and submitting
Mayor Bodker & City Council hosting Town Hall Thurs 2/7/19 at 7 pm. Here is TBT video from Townhall Meltdown. Has 67K views!
Medlock Bridge Rd / SR 141 is named after Mark Burkhalter, current GDOT Board Commissioner Medlock Bridge Worsening It’s no secret Medlock Bridge Worsening. With Tuesday’s “Snowstorm”, the road
Congrats to Johns Creek Residents Elected to GA State Capital! Brad Raffensperger as Secretary of State Angelika Kausche as State Representative
After providing a 3600-page document analyzing the data for the top ten “solutions” to the gridlock at 141 and State Bridge, City Staff is recommending
5 City Councilpersons Seek Alternatives For Jones Bridge Road: Broadbent & Bodker Oppose. It came as no surprise that Councilman Steve Broadbent would reverse his
Heavy rains in Johns Creek caused localized flooding and closed some roads including Buice Road at Johns Creek -the third highest rainfall amount in 11 yrs
Here are the Johns Creek Election Results. A Blue wave of voters sweeps the City. In what has been a traditionally red, with Republican stronghold, changed.