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Jerry Gunn

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Recent Articles by Jerry Gunn

  • Flowery Branch recalls a well found by faith
    Flowery Branch Mayor Diane Hirling and City Council recognized a former mayor and his family’s contribution Wednesday, a contribution that provided the town with its first well and the beginning of the municipal water system.
  • First time ethics board for Flowery Branch
    Flowery Branch City Council needs to decide how many members they want on the city’s ethics board in a proposed amendment reviewed Wednesday and placed on first reading.
  • GSC building funds not a done deal
    Gainesville State College president Dr. Martha Nesbitt is ‘cautiously optimistic’ her school will get badly needed funding to start a new academic building.
  • Lanier fishermen happy the lake is up
    The weekend rain that boosted Lake Lanier's lake level is good news for everyone, especially for people who like to fish.
  • BOE 'estimates' local teacher supplements
    Hall County School Board members Monday night voted to send "the best contract they could" to system teachers but the local supplement is not in writing.
  • Judges disqualify themselves from City View case
    All of Hall County’s superior court judges are off the civil suit filed by Regions Bank against the City View Center developers.
  • Banks speaks out on opposition
    South Hall County’s commissioner Friday broke his silence about opposing a motion to start looking for new attorneys to represent the board.
  • Fed funds approved to slow foreclosures
    Hall Commissioners have approved a federal funding grant through the state to help stem the high tide of local home foreclosures.
  • Gainesville BOE:can't afford TAD
    Gainesville School Board members Friday approved a resolution that makes their support of Tax Allocation District funding very unlikely for the time being.
  • Bell disclosure motion fails at Hall Commission
    Hall County Commission Vice Chairman Ashley Bell Thursday said he wants everything out in the open, with an end to conflicts of interest, but his motion to do so failed
  • Razor wire to stay in downtown Gainesville
    Gainesville City officials said Wednesday Nashville, Tennessee based Corrections Corporation of America plans to house maximum-security convicted felons in addition to illegal immigrants awaiting deportation at its leased facility in the former Hall County Jail on Main Street downtown.
  • Gainesville breaks ground for new Police and Fire H.Q.
    Gainesville officials broke ground under a tent Wednesday afternoon because of steady rain at the site of the city's new Public Safety Building and fire station off Queen City Parkway.
  • Hall Commission wants I-985 annexation hearing
    Hall County Commissioners said Monday they want a public hearing next month on a proposed annexation of a section of I-985 into the City of Gainesville.
  • EZ-Way receives Soin Innovation award
    The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Soin Award for Innovation went to a developing automation company Friday morning at the Lanier Technical College Manufacturing Development Center in Gainesville.
  • Hall Planning Commissioners override Gateway guidelines
    Hall County Planning Commissioners Wednesday night approved a variance to the county's Gateway Corridor Overlay requirements to allow a business to set up in North Hall County.
  • Flowery Branch Council wants gas station to 'clean up'
    Flowery Branch City Council Wednesday approved a beer and wine license renewal for a Spout Springs gas station and convenience store they wish would clean up its appearance.
  • Resignation demand ignored in Flowery Branch
    The demand for their resignations did not stop city council members from voting for additional inspection help Wednesday morning during the Flowery Branch City Council meeting.
  • Gainesville Kiwanis hears 1071 appeal
    Gainesville Kiwanis Club members Tuesday heard an appeal from 1071 Coalition leader Grier Todd.
  • Turnout for SPLOST vote 'very slow'
    Voter turnout continued to be "very slow" Tuesday afternoon for the SPLOST referendum in Hall County.
  • Gainesville outdoor assembly rules too strict?
    Gainesville Councilman George Wangemann said Tuesday it’s time to take another look at the city’s ordinance governing outdoor assemblies.
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