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Trash pickups not affected.
Locals and residents are allowed to comment on the proposed budget to the mayor and council at two public hearings on May 28 and June 10.
The importance of early childhood education was the topic.
Gwinnett County Board of Education adopts $1.763 billion FY2014 budget and tentatively adopts 1.30 mills increase in tax millage rate.
The Gwinnett meeting would be the beginning of the formal process of possibly calling for a referendum on the 1 percent sales tax.
The May city council meeting covered a number of agenda items that were either passed, denied or tabled.
The monthly meeting begins with a 6:30 p.m. work session, followed by the 7:30 p.m. council meeting.
Government, The Neighborhood Files, Going Green
The event promotes healthy family lifestyles, and it takes place May 18.
Government, Local Connections, Awareness
The Federal Aviation Administration chief makes an announcement on funding.
The Sparkle in the Park event is the city's biggest event of the year.
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