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Fulton County Board of Commissioners Chairman John H. Eaves and other members of the board will be among the county leaders hosting a discussion of areas of mutual interest between Fulton County and all of its 14 municipalities. The meeting is scheduled for Wednesday from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Fulton County Courthouse, 136 Pryor St. SW, 6th Floor Judges' Conference Room, Atlanta. Comment?
Palmetto Elementary School students, teachers and staff and Georgia Department of Transportation representatives will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony to debut a newly constructed crosswalk and sidewalk Wednesday at 1:45 p.m. at Palmetto Elementary School, 505 Carlton Road, Palmetto 30268. The Georgia Safe Routes to School Program project cost over $500,000. Comment?
There may be more money to help teach and transport the Fulton County Schools System's 96,300 students if the Fulton County Board of Commissioners wields its influence on House Bill 170, the Transportation Funding Act of 2015, reviewed at last week's commission meeting by county Director of Intergovernmental Affairs Jessica Corbitt. "The legislation allows sales tax to stop being collected on motor fuel and instead local government - counties and cities - can implement, if they choose, an excise tax that will replace revenue lost from the sales tax," Corbitt said. Comment?
Gas South and its community partners recently teamed up with the Metropolitan Atlanta Mayors Association, the Georgia Municipal Association and Feld Entertainment to take special-needs families to the circus at Philips Arena. "This opportunity is so special - not only for the children but also for us as volunteers. Comment?
Today's meeting of the Fulton County Board of Commissioners will continue the conversation on the Legislature, now in its 17th day out of 40. County Director of Intergovernmental Affairs Jessica Corbitt will give an update as she did earlier this month. At its Feb. 4 meeting, commissioners approved five state legislative priorities for the current session. Comment?
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