FedEx Ground Opens Automated Distribution Facility in Gwinnett

(GWINNETT- METRO ATLANTA) November 2, 2012 – Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development and Georgia Department of Economic Development joined with FedEx Ground, a subsidiary of FedEx Corporation, at a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of its newly built automated distribution center in Gwinnett County. The facility—located at 6265 Atlantic

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BPSOS-Atlanta Community Health Fair

ABOUT EVENT: Annual Community Health Fair: It started in 2009.  The Health Fair is an annual event that is to heighten awareness of common health problems among Vietnamese community members, increase access to primary care services and promote community wellness among Vietnamese population in metro Atlanta.  It quickly becomes our signature

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10 Facts about the Regional Transportation Referendum

Low spending and high congestion: Georgia ranks 48th in the nation in transportation spending per capita, and ranks 4th in total hours the average commuter spends in on the road each day. Little room for expansion: Without additional funding, about 70 percent of metro Atlanta ’s scheduled transportation dollars for

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Stuck in Traffic? Want Relief?

Join the Gwinnett County Department of Transportation, Gwinnett Place CID and the Gwinnett Village CID for an open house to discuss the upcoming study to examine transportation alternatives and solutions for improving mobility in the I-85 corridor. The Open  Houses will be held: Monday, February 6th 2012 from 5 pm

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Investing in the economic vitality of our community

According to the Gwinnett County Government website.  The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners recognizes that the County — with a population of 808,000 residents and growing — needs to do things that are within its power to ensure growth in employment opportunities and high quality jobs for our residents. Investing in the economic vitality

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Gwinnett County Public Schools Strategic Priorities 2010-2020

The Strategic Priorities for 2010-2010 reflect Gwinnett County Public Schools’ ongoing commitment to excellence, instructionally and operationally.  They outline the qualities and characteristics that stakeholders believe are desirable for 10 major components of the school district. Students Employees Parents and Guardians Governance and Leadership Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Facilities and

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