Our February 2017 Newsletter

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A United Voice   Representing Member Homeowners Associations Since 1982   Thoughts on 2017 Initiatives from JCCA President Judy LeFave It’s hard to believe that the JCCA is now entering its 35th year serving to make a stronger Johns Creek … Continued

January 2017 Newsletter

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Johns Creek Wants Your Input on City Parks Grow. Plan. Play The Johns Creek City Council approved the following Parks Design Concepts for the City’s five newest parks: Cauley Creek; Technology Park Linear Park; and the pocket parks at Morton … Continued

December 2016 Newsletter

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A United Voice   Representing Member Homeowners Associations Since 1982 Johns Creek Becomes First Municipality in the World to Share Business Data on Waze Finding a business – and driving to it – in Johns Creek is now easier when … Continued

JCCA September 2016 Newsletter

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A United Voice   Representing Member Homeowners Associations Since 1982 A Word from the President Over the next couple of months, you will see a few changes to our newsletter.  We are continually looking to engage our membership in discussion. … Continued

JCCA August 2016 Newsletter

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A United Voice   Representing Member Homeowners Associations Since 1982 Johns Creek City Council Approves New Noise Regulations  The Johns Creek City Council amended its Nuisance Ordinance establishing new standards for noise limits and procedures for enforcement at its regular … Continued

July 2016 Newsletter

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A United Voice   Representing Member Homeowners Associations Since 1982 INTRODUCING: The Hub Family Resource Center Written by: Remco Brommet Executive Director of The Hub During a recent meeting of the U.S. Attorney General’s Heroin Task Force, a local law … Continued

June 2016 Newsletter

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A United Voice   Representing Member Homeowners Associations Since 1982 Stakeholder Committees Are Designed With You in Mind Stakeholder Committees are designed to bring representatives from across a community together in order to discuss a specific issue. This could include residents, … Continued