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Patrol cars are necessities not luxury items, Dawson County Sheriff Billy Carlisle said Monday.
Disturbed by what they said were ongoing issues in the office, Dawsonville city councilmen voted 4-0 on Monday night to fire Kim Cornelison, city administrator and clerk.
Justin Power, Dawson County's new clerk of courts, was sworn in Monday at the courthouse.
Justin Power has one thing he would like to say to the voters of Dawson County: "Thank you, thank you, thank you."
Due to a recount request at the state level, advance voting for Dawson County residents was delayed for several hours on Monday.
Dawsonville officials voted Monday night to uphold one of the entity's longest-standing traditions - no property tax for city residents.
A. Roll call
Early voting will begin Monday for the Aug. 10 runoff election.
The Dawsonville City Council could be looking to "patch up" sections of the historical district's sign code during its Aug. 2 meeting.
Dawson County has a new District 3 county commissioner.
There was no discussion among the board and no remarks from the public last Thursday when the Dawson County commission voted 4-0 to keep the current millage rate for 2011.
The words "Hello patriots" sent a rumble of applause through a crowd of about 100 July 13 as the Dawson County Tea Party met for the first time.
A year after taking over as detention center administrator, Dawson County Sheriff's Maj. Jeff Johnson was named the state's top jail commander.
Dawson County voters headed to the polls today to cast their ballots for the counties next clerk of superior court and district 3 county commissioner.
As of 1:15 p.m. today, more than 1,137 voters had filed in to cast their ballots in Dawson County.
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The Dawsonville City Council has made the first move in the latest round of the animal control resolution.
The city of Dawsonville is looking for new ways to attract businesses to its downtown area.
Public hearings are planned to revise an ordinance regarding county commissioner compensation.
Even without a budget for the next year set in stone, the Dawsonville city council has once again decided not to tax its residents for living inside the city limits.
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