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15 sex trafficking victims among 39 missing children recovered in Georgia

Operation Not Forgotten - A collaborative effort by our federal, state, and local law enforcement in conjunction with the Division of Family and Children Services. Together, 39 missing children, including children in Gwinnett County, were rescued in this Georgia sex trafficking bust.

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Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day

Summertime is a great time to dispose of your household hazardous waste! Join us Saturday, July 18th from 8:00am to 12:00pm for the 4th Annual Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day! Gwinnett residents are allowed to bring up to five “containers” of household hazardous waste for FREE! See below for more information on what all you can fit in a “container,” i.e. laundry basket, copy paper box, or similar sized container. ***CONTAINERS WILL NOT BE RETURNED*** Start gathering your HHW items and bring them to Gwinnett County Fairgrounds, located at 2405 Sugarloaf Pkwy in Lawrenceville. This event is brought to you by the Gwinnett Department of Water Resources and Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful.

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Gwinnett delays starting date for school

School will begin on Aug. 12 instead of Aug. 5 as previously scheduled. This will give the district additional time to review and adjust plans. All school district employees, students and visitors will be required to wear masks or face coverings. This mandate along with social distancing is based on recommendations from medical professionals. Accommodations will be made for students or personnel who are unable to wear a masks for documented health reasons.

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Rotarians bring holiday meals to Duluth police on Fourth of July

Rotarians spent part of the Fourth of July serving some of the city’s public servants.

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Norcross Recycling Day is Back on July 25

Recycling Day is back on July 25th!! Please note that due to COVID-19, we will not be able to have staff assist you with the unloading of your vehicles. This event will be bulk recycling only (no shredding, electronics or hazardous waste), though we are adding bins to collect small batteries and (unbroken) fluorescent bulbs.

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Peachtree Corners Issues Proclamation Condemning Racism

On Tuesday morning, July 23, prior to the Georgia General Assembly’s passage of a proposed hate crimes bill, Mayor Mike Mason issued a proclamation condemning racism and urging the Georgia General Assembly to enact hate crimes legislation. The Peachtree Corners proclamation was submitted to the General Assembly as the city's endorsement of passage of the bill known as House Bill 426.

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