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05/08/2019

Notable Bills From the 2019 Legislative Session

Georgia’s governor is facing the May 12 deadline to either sign or veto bills proposed in the state legislature. Among the numerous bills that have been signed, only one has been vetoed. Here is a rundown of these notable bills...[more]


05/01/2019

Dexter Companies Creating Space for New Jobs in Forsyth County

New Development Dexter Companies is pleased to announce the development of a new industrial business park on Shiloh Road within the Meadows campus of South Forsyth County. The 51+/- acre site is already zoned for M1...[more]


04/24/2019

Forsyth County Transportation Summit Forecasts the Future of FoCo

Georgia Transportation Living in Georgia, you undoubtedly have an opinion about transportation within the state. Often, these are expressed in feelings of annoyance, pessimism, or sheer despondency. But having said that,...[more]


04/15/2019

Georgia DOT participates in this year's Forsyth County Transportation Summit

From the left: Russell McMurry, GDOT Commissioner; Chris Tomlinson, Executive Director of SRTA & GRATA, Interim Executive Director of the ATL, President of IBTTA; and Kevin Tanner, District 9 Representative and...[more]


04/10/2019

Forsyth County, For the Seventh Year in a Row, Ranked Healthiest County in Georgia

Forsyth County is consistently first-in-class on one key metric: its residents’ health. This is according to a recent study by the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation,...[more]


04/03/2019

New, Bold Plans to Drive Georgia’s Transportation Success

Lawmaker Representative Kevin Tanner represents District 9 which includes portions of Dawson and Forsyth counties. He serves as the Chairman of the House Commission on Transit Governance and Funding and is the...[more]


03/29/2019

A Pulse on Economic Growth in the U.S., Georgia & Forsyth County

If you scan the headlines in the financial press, it is easy to feel extremely optimistic or extremely pessimistic about the economy. Often, these headlines are simple overreactions to unexpected economic news. But by simply...[more]


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