Because the majority of the stormwater ponds in Johns Creek were built before 2009, the city has little or no authority to compel owners to act.
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City leaders got an updated roster of street and parks projects in line for funding if voters approve special taxes this fall.
The Johns Creek Convention and Visitors Bureau has filed a formal complaint against City Councilwoman Stephanie Endres alleging harassment over a seven-month period beginning last year.
The Johns Creek City Council was scheduled to vote this week to amend its contract with a private engineering firm to operate the city’s stormwater utility.
Two sitting members of the Johns Creek City Council have announced plans to campaign for the seat long held by Mayor Mike Bodker, who will not seek re-election.
Alpharetta officials are still grooming plans that would engage the city to the wedding industry.
The Roswell City Council continued its look at the budget March 29 as it navigates the final months of its fiscal year and prepares for a 2022 spending plan that goes into effect July 1.
The City of Johns Creek is developing a project list in advance of a November referendum to extend the transportation sales tax for another five years.
Dunwoody is weighing plans to determine when it may be feasible to open public venues around the city.