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Gwinnett’s animal shelter will add full-time, on-site veterinary care under a new $360,000 contract approved by commissioners on Tuesday.

Planned PEThood of Georgia Inc. will provide a full-time veterinarian and veterinary technicians five or six days a week depending on the season.

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City of Norcross to host a Meet and Greet Fiesta with special guests Mayor Craig Newton and City Council Members

The City of Norcross will host a Town Hall Fiesta at the Norcross Cultural Arts and Community Center, 10 College St NW, Norcross, GA 30071 on Saturday, February 10th from 11am to 2pm. This event will include time to mix and mingle with Mayor Craig Newton, City Council members, other city officials, as well as presentations by local organizations. It will conclude with greetings and comments from Mayor Newton.

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Lawrenceville residents and business owners attend the City of Lawrenceville workshop to discuss the community's vision for the future.

On Thursday, January 25, 2018, the City of Lawrenceville hosted a strategic workshop at Cornerstone Coworking, inviting local residents and business owners for their input about the future vision of Lawrenceville. According to the city, "Through Lawrenceville Forward, the city is jointly updating its 2040 Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Ordinance to identify major issues, set a strong community vision for the future, develop action plans, and revise regulations in one fell swoop."

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Genevieve

Nadine McTaggart sits curled in a cushy oversized chair, one that diminishes her size and gives her the illusion of being even tinier than she is. Her long brunette hair and big dark eyes might give one the notion that she’s a bit sad, but the circle of women who have surrounded her for the past months knows something very different about Nadine.

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Lawrenceville – The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners adopted a $1.67 billion budget for 2018 at their regular meeting on Tuesday. The final budget is up about seven percent over last year, primarily due to transfers for capital improvements and increased costs for salaries and benefits. The operating budget is set at $1.28 billion with another $390 million for capital improvements, including projects funded by SPLOST.

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