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Brian Grant recognized in Turnarounds & Workouts’ People to Watch 2014

Brian Grant recognized in Turnarounds & Workouts’ People to Watch 2014

ATLANTA -- Brian Grant, CTP, Managing Director at Conway MacKenzie Inc., has been recognized by Turnarounds & Workouts, a monthly news source for people tracking distressed businesses. He was chosen as one of ten People to Watch 2014: Business Professionals Making Their Mark. This announcement was made by Van Conway, President and CEO of Conway MacKenzie.

Grant provides restructuring and business assistance to troubled companies and their creditors on financial, operational, and strategic issues. “Over the past several years, Brian Grant has proven himself as a dedicated and capable advisor,” said Conway. “He has a unique enthusiasm for helping his clients through difficult situations and this award is a testament to the hard work that he has put in during the course of his career.”

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All Fulton voters to receive updated precinct cards

All Fulton voters to receive updated precinct cards

FULTON COUNTY, Ga. -- Registered voters in Fulton County should look for new precinct cards to arrive in their mail boxes in the next several days. New cards will be mailed today to inform registered voters of their district and polling location in time for the May 20 primary election.

“As provided by state law, we are sending updated precinct cards to every registered voter in the County to reflect redistricting of Fulton County commission districts,” said Richard Barron, Director of Fulton County Registration & Elections. “Voters should look for their cards in the mail this week. If they do not receive them we ask them to contact our office.”

Residents are urged to pay close attention to the assigned district and polling location.

You're Invited: Kegs and Eggs at TAP with Red Hare Brewing!

You're Invited: Kegs and Eggs at TAP with Red Hare Brewing!

The Brunch Gods have answered your prayers once again! Join us as we celebrate one of our favorite local breweries, Red Hare Brewing, with a Family Style Beer Brunch featuring 3 paired courses.

Red Hare Brewer’s Brunch 4/26/14

County seeks proposals for Community Development Block Grants

County seeks proposals for Community Development Block Grants

The Fulton County Department of Housing and Human Services Department, Housing and Community Development Division is requesting project proposals for Fiscal Years 2015, 2016 and 2017 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds.

Funding is available for projects and services that primarily benefit low- and moderate-income residents of Fulton County.  Applications and program manuals will be available as of Monday, April 14, 2014, for pick-up at the following location:

Fulton County Housing & Human Services Department
Office of Housing and Community Development
137 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA  30303
404-613-7944.

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Weekend roadwork lessens for Easter weekend

Weekend roadwork lessens for Easter weekend

(WXIA) -- Only one major daytime closure will affect drivers on Atlanta's highways this weekend.

The leftmost lane on I-285 north will be closed between I-20 and Ga. 400 on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Crews must close the lane to remove a barrier wall.

"With only that one closure on I-285, everyone should have an easier time getting to their destination," Georgia Department of Transportation District Construction Engineer Shun Pringle said in a statement.

Nighttime closures will still occur in a handful of locations.

Three right lanes of I-20 west between Wesley Chapel and Candler roads will be closed for striping every night from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m.

Two left lanes of I-285 north between I-20 and Peachtree Dunwoody Road will be closed nightly from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. Crews will work to replace a barrier wall in that location.

Other scheduled closures for sweeping, drain cleaning and slab replacement include:

Fulton County to serve long-term unemployed and 'laid off' workers

Fulton County to serve long-term unemployed and 'laid off' workers

FULTON COUNTY, Ga. -- Help is available for unemployed workers who have been out of work for a long time because off layoffs or a need for new skills.

The Fulton County Office of Workforce Development provides employment search services. Additionally, job seekers who want to know more about obtaining that first opportunity for an interview or receiving information about making it past the first interview to the second interview can obtain the following services:

• Career advisement to help set career goals and education requirements
• Assistance with resume preparation
• Schedule participation in a job readiness prep workshop
• Learn appropriate ways to dress to file in-person applications or attend interviews and job fairs
• Obtain free training if the employment seeker meets eligibility criteria

Workforce Development services are available at the following locations:

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