A networking event focused on engaging interns and retaining young skilled talent in the metro Atlanta region was held in Parsons Alley on July 20th . Partnership Gwinnett, in collaboration with ChooseATL, hosted the event After 5 Gwinnett. We had so much fun meeting all of the awesome interns. Check out a video from the event.
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Join Gwinnett County Transit (GCT) in a comprehensive look at the future of transit in the County with the Connect Gwinnett: Transit Plan.
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Recording Boot Camp – (all ages) The recording boot camp is an entry level class with no prior experience necessary. A basic understanding of getting around a computer is helpful. Learn about the DAW (digital audio workstation) interfaces, record a live sound and an Intro to mixing. Requirements for the class: Bring your laptop
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Take the Pledge
Make a Pledge and follow through on an environmental stewardship action! Share your Pledge with us between March 1st and May 31st at www.gwinnettcb.org or on Instagram #gogreengwinnett. One individual and one school with the best Pledge will win a cash prize!
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On Monday, April 3 and Tuesday, April 4 the railroad crossing at Buford Hwy/SR120 will be closed for repairs. Detour signage will be in place.
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On Saturday, March 18, 2017 (weather permitting) or March 20, 2017 there will be temporary road closures for the removal and replacement of asphalt along the entire stretch of parallel parking on SR 120/Main Street AT THE BLOCK/PARSONS ALLEY.
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Many of you may have noticed the new signing and pavement marking at the intersections of SR 120 with Peachtree Industrial Boulevard and SR 120 with Buford Highway. There are giant X’s painted in the middle of the intersections with black/white/red regulatory signs posted nearby, indicating “Don’t Block the Box” or “Do Not Block Intersection”.
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Rogers Bridge is an important link between Gwinnett and Fulton Counties. It connects the Cities of Duluth and Johns Creek. Taken out of service in the 1970’s, this bridge offers a unique opportunity to restore connectivity for cyclists and pedestrians.
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The Southeastern Festivals and Events Association (SFEA) recognized Duluth as one of the Best in the Region for its event and creative efforts over the last year.
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On Friday, January 27 the City of Duluth gave the official go-ahead to begin construction of a new downtown community that will feature close to 100 homes. The development will sit on 18.81 acres of land near City Hall at the corner of Hill Street and Hardy Street.
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