Posts From Todd Luck

Low M/WBE participation project sparks county debate

    Low M/WBE participation project sparks county debate

A winning bid that had only 0.4 percent Minority/Woman Business Enterprise (M/WBE) participation sparked a debate among county commissioners.

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Commissioners to vote on incentives for Johnson Controls

    Commissioners to vote on incentives for Johnson Controls

Incentives for Johnson Controls Inc. will be among the items for consideration at the county commissioners’ next formal meeting on Sept. 14.

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United Way seeks $100,000 for Hurricane Harvey victims

    United Way seeks $100,000 for Hurricane Harvey victims

The United Way of Forsyth is hoping to raise $100,000 to help those devastated by Hurricane Harvey.

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Commentary: Fund deepens corporate diversity recruitment

    Commentary: Fund deepens corporate diversity recruitment

While “Diversity” is not a new term for the business world, it appears to be experiencing a resurgence of sorts lately. Every major corporation seems to be looking for employees from underrepresented groups

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Former Brown Elementary being demolished

    Former Brown Elementary being demolished

Demolition began last week on the former Brown Elementary school.

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Central Library reopens today

    Central Library reopens today

The newly renovated Central Library reopens today at 11 a.m.

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County commissioners to vote on Forsyth Tech airport lease

    County commissioners to vote  on Forsyth Tech airport lease

Today, Forsyth County commissioners plan to vote on Forsyth Technical Community College’s lease at the airport and Sunday morning alcohol sales.

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Mo Lucas honored on Citizen’s Memorial Wall

    Mo Lucas honored on Citizen’s Memorial Wall

The late Moses “Mo” Lucas was honored for mentoring generations of young people with a bronze plaque at Evergreen Cemetery.

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Judge Fine asks county for drug court funding

    Judge Fine asks county for drug court funding

District Court Judge Lawrence Fine and defense attorney Kerri Sigler appealed to the Forsyth county commissioners for $35,000 to restart adult drug court.

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Back in the driver’s seat: Local woman gets car though Wheels4Hope

    Back in the driver’s seat: Local woman gets car though Wheels4Hope

Patricia McGregor became the first local Circles participant to get a car through the non-profit, Wheels4Hope last week.

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