GCPSCommunication Survey + Apartments on Sugarloaf + Cicely Lewis

Get up, Duluth! Let’s start this Saturday with everything you need to know in town today.

First, the weather forecast for the day:

Sun and humidity. High: 81 Low: 65.

Here are the best stories today in Duluth:

  1. Clean and handsome gwinnett announced his news Green Youth Advisory Council Class of 2022! The board will be composed of local high school students who want to find solutions to food waste and other environmental problems for them GCPS schools. Kudos to all the local high school kids trying to make a positive difference in the world! (metroatlantaceo.com)
  2. JLB Partners plan to build more than 700 apartments and townhouses on Satellite Boulevard and Sugarloaf Parkway near Gas South District. The development group has applied to rezone the area, but no change will take place until county officials consider the impacts this could have on traffic and infrastructure. (The Atlanta Journal Constitution)
  3. Gwinnett County Man Ray Evans, was accused of killing his girlfriend, Samples of Shakiyla. A Gwinnett County Officer stated that Mr. Evans had already made many violent threats in passing, explaining that he wanted to shoot and kill anything that “tells me death”. Mr Evans remains in Forsyth County jail cell for the murder of Samples with a not-guilty plea. (BMS Atlanta)
  4. And now, an update to a previous story! Gwinnett County Media Specialist Cicely Lewis is now one of the 50 finalists of the World Teachers Award of $ 1 Million. Ms Lewis is the media specialist at Meadowcreek High School, and created the “read awake” program that encourages students to read books about their own culture and the many cultures around them. (Gwinnettdailypost.com)
  5. Community members, teachers and parents of GCPS students have until On Monday make their contribution to GCPS communication audit. This will help GCPS to know its areas of growth in terms of communication. (Gwinnettdailypost.com)

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  • Duluth Police Department says that rRecently, their own officer Rickey Porter was transferred to the Glancy Rehabilitation Center, located right here in Duluth. The centre’s staff and DPD awaited his arrival and gave him a warm welcome! (Facebook)
  • If it was about 10 degrees cooler last night, it would have been the perfect fall evening! There were so many delicious treats at Duluth Farmers Market and fun fall photo ops at Parsons Alley. ” (Facebook)
  • GCPS is recruiting bus drivers to join its winning team! Drivers enjoy a competitive salary of $ 17.98 to $ 25.48 per hour, as well as great benefits, fully paid training and a great work schedule! “(Facebook)

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