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Friends and family are mourning the loss of Frederick "Fred" C. Youngman, Dawson County's surveyor, who died June 17.
B. Opening presentation - Cathy Brooks, Lisa Henson, Buffie Henson - Dawson Day Extravaganza
A special called meeting of the Dawsonville City Council will be held at 4 p.m. today, at city hall, to hear public comment on the city's proposed 2009-2010 budget.
The Dawson County commission will gather feedback on the county's 2010 budget during Thursday night's regular called meeting.
The G.L. Pete Gilleland Chambers at city hall
State Rep. David Ralston is one of three local and 47 statewide nominees being considered for an upcoming vacancy on the Supreme Court of Georgia.
A long-term collaboration between the Dawson County Board of Commissioners and the Dawson County School Board came to fruition as a joint fuel station opened on Burt Creek Road last Thursday.
G.L. Pete Gilleland Council Chambers at city hall
With the engines in place and the new station almost complete, there's still one thing preventing a higher level of fire protection on Burnt Mountain in west Dawson County.
G.L. Pete Gilleland Chambers at city hall
There are no new positions, vehicles or cost of living adjustments in the proposed three-year budget presented to the Dawson County commission last week.
Dawson County native Calvin Byrd confirmed Thursday he will seek a seat on the Dawsonville City Council.
Dawson County residents must keep "quiet hours at night" thanks to a new law that took effect last week.
For the past year, Dawson County has paid $120 per animal taken to the Dawson County Humane Society.
The G.L. Pete Gilleland Chambers at City Hall
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The city of Dawsonville is looking for new ways to attract businesses to its downtown area.
Public hearings are planned to revise an ordinance regarding county commissioner compensation.
Even without a budget for the next year set in stone, the Dawsonville city council has once again decided not to tax its residents for living inside the city limits.
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