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Chattahoochee Hills welcomes new judge


The Chattahoochee Hills City Council will welcome the city’s new chief judge during the regular council meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Chattahoochee Hills City Hall, 6505 Rico Road. The new judge, Russell Ross, will have his swearing in at the beginning of the council meeting.

Authorizing the submission of an Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program grant application is on the council agenda, to utilize the grant funds for supplies and equipment. The council will also discuss a sign code violation at 10975 Hutcheson Ferry Road and review the 2017 City Council meeting schedule.

Information: www.chatthillsga.us.


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