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Forsyth County Board of Commissioners Elects Officers for 2018

Forsyth County Board of Commissioners Elects Officers for 2018
During their first meeting of the year on January 4, the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners elected officers for 2018. District 3 Commissioner Todd Levent was elected to serve his second year as chairman; District 5 Commissioner Laura Semanson was elected to continue serving as vice chairman; and District 2 Commissioner Dennis Brown will continue to serve as secretary.   The Board of Commissioners is made up of five members, each living in a specific district and elected by their district to serve four-year terms. Each year in January, the five members elect officers for the coming year.

Forsyth County Parks & Recreation’s Old Atlanta Park Spray Pad to Open May 27

Forsyth County Parks & Recreation’s Old Atlanta Park Spray Pad to Open May 27
Spray pad will be open on Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day Forsyth County’s popular spray pad, located at Old Atlanta Park, will open for the season beginning Saturday, May 27, and will remain open through September 4. Hours of operation for the spray pad are Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., May 27 through August 2. Beginning August 3 until September 4, the hours will be Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Daily admission for the spray pad is $2 per person (1 year ...

Forsyth Named State’s Healthiest County for Fifth Consecutive Year

Forsyth Named State’s Healthiest County for Fifth Consecutive Year
For the fifth consecutive year, Forsyth County has been named the healthiest county in Georgia. The distinction comes as part of the annual County Health Rankings & Roadmaps study initiated by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. The rankings are based on county residents’ quality of life and length of life, and the report presents a series of other factors that help influence those criteria. Among those components are health behaviors (obesity, tobacco use, access to exercise opportunities, etc.), clinical care, social and economic factors like unemployment and poverty, and physical environment. For more ...

New Feature on Forsyth County Website Highlights District by District Information

New Feature on Forsyth County Website Highlights District by District Information
Feature available at forsythco.com As another way for Forsyth County citizens to hear directly from their district commissioners, a new feature has been launched on the Forsyth County government website. The new feature enables each of the county’s five commissioners to post information specifically about their district. The information posted by each commissioner can be found on their district pages, each of which is accessible via a direct URL: forsythco.com/District1 forsythco.com/District2 forsythco.com/District3 forsythco.com/District4 forsythco.com/District5 The Forsyth County website – forsythco.com – serves as the central source of ...

Forsyth County Commissioners Sworn In

Forsyth County Commissioners Sworn In
In a ceremony held December 21, 2016, at the Forsyth County Administration Building, one re-elected and two newly-elected members of the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners were sworn in. Forsyth County Probate Judge Woody Jordan officiated. District 4 Commissioner Cindy Jones Mills was sworn in to serve her second term. Laura Semanson was sworn in as the new District 5 commissioner, and Rick Swope was sworn in as the incoming commissioner for District 2.

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