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3 Council Seats Open in August: Seeking Candidates

3 Council seats open in August 2019

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. Only one responded, Councilman Coughlin.  Here is Chris Coughlin’s response: “I’m in the process of determining that I am seeking reelection for City Council Post 4 through prayer and discussions …

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Key Property Tax Relief Votes On November 2018 Ballot

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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 which you will be well familiar, there are several key referendum questions on your ballot that I want to call to your attention. If you’re a property owner in North …

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Proposed Georgia Constitutional Amendments –What Do They Mean?

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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 hire a team of double talk experts to write these things so they sound completely different from what is actually going to happen. The Amendments and Resolutions are written in …

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Election Update: Early Voting & Ballots for Nov 6th, 2018

Fulton County Ballots for General Election & Proposed Constitutional Amendments & Referendums.

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 7:00 p.m. Monday, October, 29 to Friday, November 2 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. Saturday Voting: 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. October 20 and October 27 Sunday Voting: NOON to …

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When Do PAC Campaign Contributions Lead To A Conflict of Interest?

When Do PAC Campaign Contributions Lead To A Conflict of Interest?

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 listed as a paying member of the real estate association that made PAC campaign contributions to two sitting City Council members. When Do PAC Campaign Contributions Lead To A Conflict …

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Lenny Zaprowski Says….

Lenny Zaprowski

The Following screenshots are from Lenny Zaprowski’s Facebook page, recently taken by a concerned reader. Lenny Zaprowski stated one of the IP addresses is from his Chiropractic office and is available to anyone who visits.   Below are the dates & timestamps of the 2 comments Lenny Zaprowski submitted, along with the comments from the same …

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Trolls, Comments & IP Addresses Unmasked

Trolls, Comments & IP addresses unmasked

For more than a year the Johns Creek Post has been criticized not only for some of the content and conclusions in their posts submitted by volunteers from throughout the Community but also for some of the comments left by readers. Our articles were on issues that were affecting all of us: Traffic, 400-foot tower, Billboards & …

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Mayor Bodker Won’t Seek Re-Election & is Unravelling in Council Meetings

Part2-Continued-Inequality at City Hall

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 a post on his private FB page. He avoids posting on his Official Mayor Bodker FB page this matter of public interest. Judges have ruled that Politicians cannot block critics on …

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More Proposed Development, Petitions & Reasons for Recusal from Voting?…

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State Bridge Rd Infill Development Developers are attempting to cram in more infill development before the new Comprehensive Land Use Plan becomes official this Fall. On State Bridge Rd, near Long Indian Creek, the proposal is requesting to squeeze in a 12 three-story home development within 5 feet of existing homes that have been in the …

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Casey Cagle – The Guy Who Doesn’t ‘Get’ Government

Opinion from The Perspicacious Conservative – Jessica Szilagyi In less than  14  7 days, Republicans across the state will know who ‘their guy’ is for Governor. The runoff election between Casey Cagle and Brian Kemp is the train we’ve all seen coming down the tracks for the last 8 years. And here we are – …

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It’s Not Your Assessments That Will Increase Your Property Tax Bills…

Assessments

Assessments – It’s entertaining watching politicians working overtime to protect us by focusing on (Pick One): A)  Rising Property Valuations OR B)   Making sure they start the Property Tax discussions with the Roll-Back Millage Rate Which do you feel is the most critical part of this upcoming issue regarding YOUR property taxes? There has …

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