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Fulton County Aging & Youth Services Asks for the Community‚Äôs Input | Print |

As part of the strategic planning process, the Fulton County Aging & Youth Services Department (AYSD) is hosting 7 Town Hall meetings to launch the department’s five-year strategic plan.   The input gathered from citizens, community partners, and non-profit organizations will help shape the programs implements to serve children, youth, and seniors throughout Fulton County.  

Senior Multipurpose Facilities Kickoff Their Holiday Celebrations with Fellowship and Entertainment | Print |

The Helene S. Mills Senior Multipurpose Facility and the Harriett G. Darnell Senior Multipurpose Facility kicked off their celebration on Thursday, November 19, 2015.

Gary Stiles Sworn In As Fulton County Police Chief | Print |

Gary D. Stiles was sworn in as Fulton County Chief of Police after serving 30 years with the department and working for the last 6 months as the department’s Interim Police Chief.

South Fulton Citizens Express Their Concerns about Crime and Quality of Life | Print |

More than 100 South Fulton residents filled the Burdett Park Gymnasium on Monday, November 16, 2015 to talk with District 6 Commissioner Emma I. Darnell about crime prevention, code enforcement, and recreation and enrichment activities for youth.

Fulton County Aging and Youth Proposal Would Increase Senior Facility Rental Costs | Print |

The Fulton County Department of Aging and Youth is proposing fee increases for facility rentals of Senior Multipurpose Facilities.  If approved, the fee increases will be effective January 1, 2016.

Fulton County Fire Rescue Warns of Dangers When Deep Frying Turkey | Print |

Every year more than a thousand fires are started nationwide by deep frying. Most of those fires happen  on Thanksgiving Day in most part because of the popularity of deep-fried turkey. Lured by the promise of moist, sweet turkey meat, the deep fryer has become an increasingly popular way to make Thanksgiving dinner.  The Fulton County Fire Rescue Department (FCFRD) reminds residents that cooking a turkey in a vat of boiling oil does come with its dangers.

Fulton County Cooperative Extension Offers Safety Tips for Turkey Thawing | Print |

Fulton County Cooperative Extension encourages residents to think ‚Äúsafety‚ÄĚ while preparing for a delicious Thanksgiving dinner. Turkeys can be purchased fresh or frozen. ¬† The Center for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that each year roughly 1 out of 6 Americans (or 48 million people) get sick, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 die of foodborne diseases.

Fulton County Commissioners Authorize Tax Commissioner to Waive Ad Valorem Fines | Print |

By a unanimous vote, the Fulton County Board of Commissioners authorized the Fulton County Tax Commissioner to waive penalties and interest accrued by county drivers after notices of the annual taxes were delivered late.   The resolution was sponsored by District 2 Commissioner Bob Ellis, along with co-sponsors, Fulton County Vice-Chairman District 1 Commissioner Liz Hausmann and District 3 Commissioner Lee Morris.

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