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10/19/17 7:47 am

EHOST/SPLOST Referendum Placed on November 7th Ballot

On September 26, The DeKalb Board of Commissioners joined twelve DeKalb Cities to place two referenda on the November 7 Election Ballot. The first referendum will determine if the Homestead Option Sales Tax (HOST) is amended to devote 100% of the penny sales tax to homeowner tax rebates, and erasing the differential between municipal and unincorporated rebates.

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10/16/17 2:28 pm

DeKalb Offers Residents Free Flood Plain Information

The DeKalb County Roads and Drainage Division provides general flood plain information free of charge to county residents.

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10/03/17 2:39 pm

Emory Annexation - Settlement Agreement and IGA and Fire IGA - as approved by BOC

On September 26th, the Board of Commissioners approved a legal settlement with the City of Atlanta that will resolve issues related to the annexation of properties in the Clifton Corridor into the City, which will now go forward.

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09/26/17 10:56 am

Westfield Square Water Main Replacement Project Update

The DeKalb County Department of Watershed Management (DWM) recently initiated a project to install a new water main to serve the Westfield Square community.

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09/22/17 1:02 pm

October 2017 at Frazier-Rowe Park

See attached for all upcoming park adventures for October!

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09/15/17 9:02 am

DeKalb County Irma Recovery Update

DeKalb County Storm Debris Pickup to Begin September 13th - Branches and limbs must be trimmed and cut to a maximum of four feet, stacked neatly at the curb or placed in an approved receptacle. Trees must be cut as small as possible, so that each piece does not exceed a maximum of 50 pounds. Tree limbs that are cut by professional or hired contractors should not be left at the curb for collection by the Sanitation Division.

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09/08/17 5:21 pm

DeKalb Implements Recycling Program Changes - Residents offered new recycling container options

The DeKalb County Sanitation Division announces changes to the residential curbside single-stream recycling program. Effective Sept. 11, 2017, only two recycling container options will be offered. A new standard 35-gallon recycling roll cart will replace bins and bags, and the existing 65-gallon recycling roll cart upgrade option will continue. The 18-gallon recycling bin and 40-gallon recycling bag options will no longer be available.

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