Show Notes: Trust me, the pedestrian Bridge is coming, apartments Will happen on Town Green and more.

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An enlightening conversation I had with Charlie Roberts informs some of the discussion tonight about the Robert’s property rezoning, the predestrian bridge – or tunnel – and more. Plus an updated list of new food and retail at town center (updated 12/15 by the city.)
Below are links and information on tonight’s show:
Noble Fin offers two $1000.00 scholarships through PTSA at NHSWe are proud to be a part of

Norcross High School’s PTSA Scholarship Program.

If you know of a child who would like to apply for the PTSA/Noble Fin Scholarship, please have them join the PTSA by December 31st.

We are offering two $1000.00 scholarships.

For more information on the PTSA/ Noble Fin Norcross High School Scholarship, please visit the 

PTSA page here.

 

Storyful’s David Clinch speaks to Mary Our Queen’s Mens Club, December 8 #socialmedia #Storyful #news #newsagency #content #curator

Watch the video here.

 

Christmas tree disposal options:

  1. Recycle your live tree for free at the Peachtree Corners Fire Station No.4 located at 5550 Spalding Drive. Drop off is available 24 hours a day. For additional information call the station at 678-518-4800.
  2. If you are paying for the additional yard-waste pickup service with Waste Pro, then you may leave your tree at the curb (Tuesday morning, Jan. 2) or the following Monday, Jan. 8) and it will be picked up at no charge.
  3. If you are not paying for Waste Pro’s yard-waste service, the company will pick up for an additional $25. However, you will need to call in advance to schedule the pickup, Waste Pro’s number is 770-777-1447.
  4. For the disposal of an artificial tree, call Waste Pro and schedule a bulk-item pickup. For any Waste Pro questions call 770-777-1447.

Don’t leave your used Christmas tree by the curb where it sits forever and annoys the neighbors. Bring it to the annual Bring One for the Chipper event sponsored by Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful in partnership with Gwinnett County.

You can drop off natural Christmas trees between December 26 and January 15 at designated sites in Gwinnett County. The trees will be chipped into mulch for use at County parks.

Select fire stations will accept trees 24/7 and other locations will accept them during regular business hours.

Recycling your Christmas tree keeps trees out of landfills by recycling them into mulch. This effort saves precious landfill space and provides an easy and environmentally conscious way to dispose of your old tree.

Visit www.gwinnettcb.org to see a list of all drop-off sites or register to volunteer for the chip¬ping event scheduled for January 27.

 

What’s Coming at town center (updated December 15, 2017)*

Restaurants / Food

 

Retail

 

Some examples of pedestrian bridges I found that could work and within a reasonable budget. These are not city renderings or such, they are my own research and suggestions. This was based on minimal research.

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