Alpharetta targeting December for city center opening
by James Swift
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August 20, 2014 01:24 PM | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend
Alpharetta officials said the $30 million-plus downtown City Center could partially open before year’s end. “The opening for all of the civic components, we anticipate December,” said Assistant City Administrator James Drinkard. “The contractor is scheduled to achieve what they refer to as ‘substantial completion’ in mid-September … at that point, the city is able to begin moving furniture and things like that.” He said the basic structure of city hall is in place, with interior con...
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13th District Congressman David Scott, D-Ga., explains to Mickie Williams with the Office of HUD Programs of Clayton County Community Development and Clayton County Chairman Eldrin Bell the importance of this event.
13th District Congressman David Scott, D-Ga., explains to Mickie Williams with the Office of HUD Programs of Clayton County Community Development and Clayton County Chairman Eldrin Bell the importance of this event.
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