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Going Minimalist in Your Home
Posted on 08/23/2019
Going Minimalist in Your Home
You've probably heard the word minimalism within the past few months. It's a trending lifestyle that people everywhere are trying to adopt. Many people have the idea that to be a minimalist they must rid their households of anything that isn't essential for life. Only living on essentials is not what this minimalism movement is all about. Many...
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'Flip or Flop Atlanta' duo plans to open food truck park in Woodstock
Posted on 08/22/2019
'Flip or Flop Atlanta' duo plans to open food truck park in Woodstock
WOODSTOCK — The corner of Market Street and Dupree Road may have a food truck park open in the next few months. Anita and Ken Corsini, the real estate couple of HGTV’s “Flip or Flop Atlanta” fame, plans to redevelop a just over half-acre lot they recently acquired there to make room for up to six or seven...
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What to Consider When Buying a Green Home
Posted on 08/21/2019
What to Consider When Buying a Green Home
It is good to think of looking for an eco-friendly home when you begin your home buying process. Apart from being environmentally friendly, an eco-friendly house saves you from spending a lot of money by eliminating the need for certain resources. Here are some factors to consider when buying an eco-friendly home: Building materials The building material is...
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$370M mixed-use giant Halcyon to soon join Avalon in Alpharetta
Posted on 08/20/2019
$370M mixed-use giant Halcyon to soon join Avalon in Alpharetta
Metro Atlanta’s next mixed-use giant is set to open Sept. 18 in a Forsyth County portion of Alpharetta. Developers announced the opening date on Monday for Halcyon — a 135-acre property with restaurants, retail, offices, and homes. The $370 million mini-city will sit along Ga. 400 at 6365 Halcyon Way in the southern part of Forsyth County, which...
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Fulton officials question tax commissioner’s fees
Posted on 08/20/2019
Fulton officials question tax commissioner’s fees
By CARSON COOK [email protected] FULTON COUNTY, Ga. — Fulton County Commissioners approved Tax Commissioner Arthur Ferdinand’s contract to collect taxes for three cities Aug. 7, despite criticism of his fee collection policy. In a 4-2 vote, the board approved the agreements between Ferdinand and the cities of Johns Creek, Mountain Park, and Chattahoochee Hills. Commissioners Bob Ellis and...
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After two summers of shutdowns, Rucker Road opens to traffic
Posted on 08/20/2019
After two summers of shutdowns, Rucker Road opens to traffic
ALPHARETTA, Ga. — Rucker Road, a major link in Alpharetta’s east-west mobility, is now open to thru traffic. City officials announced the opening Aug. 12, just in time for the start of school. This marks the second consecutive summer the highly traveled two-lane road has been closed for major upgrades. In both cases, Alpharetta Public Works timed the...
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6 Tips for Speeding Up Personal Growth
Posted on 08/20/2019
6 Tips for Speeding Up Personal Growth
It’s well into the new year again, and most people have penned down a few resolutions to help improve their personal growth. Constant efforts to enhance personal growth is not so much of a shocker as it happens to be a life-long task. No wonder tips for improving personal growth is one of the most searched topics on...
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What's Lurking in Lake Allatoona?
Posted on 08/19/2019
What's Lurking in Lake Allatoona?
Ever wonder what is under the waters of Lake Allatoona? The dam was constructed by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers in 1949 for hydro electric power and fresh water supply. The lake is also used as flood control for cities west of the lake. See a map of what was flooded HERE and find out what is...
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8 Tricks for Designing a Luxurious Bedroom
Posted on 08/13/2019
8 Tricks for Designing a Luxurious Bedroom
You are reading this post in order to get inexpensive ideas for creating a luxurious bedroom, or you want to gain insights for upgrading your relaxation space into one that speaks of luxury. For whichever reason, you're on the right page. When you think about luxury, a second thought about extravagant costs usually pops up. Luxury, to some,...
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Milton reviewing Cogburn Road subdivision plan
Posted on 08/12/2019
Milton reviewing Cogburn Road subdivision plan
By JOE PARKER [email protected] Aug 7, 2019 MILTON, Ga. — A proposed subdivision along Cogburn Road is under the city’s review for possible approval. The plan calls for 12 single-family homes on 17.2 acres north of the Wyndham Farms neighborhood. The subdivision, dubbed Cogburn Creek, was first proposed to the city’s Planning Commission in March but has remained...
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Everything You Need to Do in Atlanta This Weekend
Posted on 08/09/2019
Everything You Need to Do in Atlanta This Weekend
Remember being jealous of all the kids who got out of school a couple of months ago? Well, those that didn’t go back this past week are probably going back on Monday, and that sucks for them, but now you get to remember how great it is being an adult. Make the most of the rest of your...
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City of Atlanta imposes nighttime ban on e-scooters and e-bikes
Posted on 08/09/2019
City of Atlanta imposes nighttime ban on e-scooters and e-bikes
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has directed the Department of City Planning, under the direction of Commissioner Tim Keane, to implement a daily citywide No Ride Zone from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m. for electric scooters and electric bikes. No permitted device will be rentable during this time period. The nighttime ban is effective Friday, Aug. 9. The move...
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