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    See Something, Send Something

    Earlier this year, the State of Georgia launched its participation in See Something, Send Something, a smartphone app that directs citizen concerns to local law enforcement. The City of Avondale Estates is participating in this effort. Read more...
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    Avondale Estates Deputy City Manager to Retire

    Following a long career of public service and leadership, Deputy City Manager Ken Turner announced his retirement this week. Turner began his tenure in Avondale Estates in 2008. His last day as deputy city manager will be December 10, 2018. Read more...
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    FY 2018 Report on Projects Funded Through Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax

    The DeKalb County SPLOST is a one-cent sales tax that provides funding exclusively for capital projects – roads, buildings, vehicles and major equipment, and other long-lived improvements. The funds are distributed based on the population of each city. Read more...
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    Avondale Estates BOMC Approves Sunday Brunch Sales

    The Avondale Estates Board of Mayor and Commissioners voted to approve an ordinance expanding the hours when a licensed establishment can serve alcoholic beverages on Sundays. Starting Sunday, November 25, 2018, alcohol can be served starting at 11 a.m. Read more...
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