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"As the current City Council completes its first year, I am happy to report that it has been a year filled with much progress and achievement," writes Johns Creek Mayor John Bradberry. 

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I invite each of you to be a part of something greater than yourself and far more important than accumulating wealth or profit by joining with others to use your blessings in ways that bless others, especially the least of these.

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In a guest column Milton Mayor-elect Peyton Jamison reflects on 2021, touting city success in the passage of strategic plans and setting expectations for parks growth and transportation projects in 2022. 


In a guest column Johns Creek Mayor-elect John Bradberry looks forward to 2022 and shares his priorities, like community cohesion and the proposed town center project. 


In a guest column Fulton County Schools Superintendent Mike Looney reflects on the past year, highlighting successes in test scores, faculty and student adaptability and COVID-19 mitigation efforts.

Forsyth County Commission Chairwoman Cindy Jones Mills reflects on 2021 in Forsyth. Mills touts county-wide successes in infrastructure improvements, public health response and economic development. 


In a guest column Cumming Mayor Troy Brumbalow reflects on the past year, highlighting the return of the Cumming Country Fair & Festival and progress made on the City Center project.

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In a guest column, Cadillac Jack discusses the events and leaders that make Alpharetta unique, including upcoming music festival Wire & Wood.