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A few thousand celebrants will enjoy a great party at the eighth annual Taste of Tucker on Saturday, Oct. 7. Running 1 to 6 p.m. on Tucker’s Main Street, the festival features delicious samples from more than 20 area restaurants, plus live music from local bands. Among the special attractions are a children’s play area coordinated by Tucker First United… read more →
DeKalb County CEO Michael Thurmond has announced an additional 3,500 “held” water bills have been released, in addition to the 5,000 bills that had been released earlier, and I’m pleased to report that DeKalb’s “New Day” initiative has made significant progress in correcting the county’s water billing process that has led to inaccurate billing and meter readings, and begun to… read more →
DeKalb County has announced plans to replace the Royal Atlanta, Camp Creek and Leeshire sewer lift stations, located in the CID, with a gravity sewer main. Described in industry terms as an “abandonment,” the project is designed to increase capacity and reduce sanitary sewer overflows. “The lift stations require electricity to move the sewage into the system for treatment,” said… read more →