🌱 Lower Speed Limit on GA 400 + New Assistant Fire Training Manager

Good morning, Alpharetta-Milton! I’m in your inbox today to tell you everything you need to know about what’s happening in town. Today you will read about these and other stories:

  • GA 400 lowers the speed limit to 55 in Alpharetta
  • Elliott Austin has been promoted to assistant fire training manager
  • Vision Baptist Church hosted a dinner for the Milton Fire Department
  • Sam’s Sushi & Japanese Restaurant in Duluth scored poorly on the test

But first, today’s weather:

Today will be cloudy and cool with a high of 52 degrees and a low of 45 degrees.

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Here are the top stories from Alpharetta-Milton today:

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  1. Attention all GA 400 drivers – the speed limit for one section has been reduced to 55 mph. The affected area is in Alpharetta County between Haynes Bridge Road, north of Atlanta. New speed limits are in place for all northbound and southbound lanes and signs are posted on the highway. (11Alive.com WXIA)
  2. Congratulations to Elliott Austin of the Alpharetta Fire Department. He was recently appointed Assistant Manager of Fire Training. Allen, a fire apparatus engineer, is also the commander of the department’s HazMat team. He joined the Alpharetta Fire Department 5.5 years ago. (Alfaretta Department of Public Safety via Facebook)
  3. The whole C transition of Milton City Fire Department (four stations) was treated to a delicious dinner by the members of Vision Baptist Church on Saturday. The meal was BBQ plus banana pudding for dessert! If your group would like to do something similar for police officers, firefighters, ambulance drivers, etc., please contact Steve Cory at stephe[email protected] (City of Milton)
  4. Sam’s Sushi & Japanese Restaurant in nearby Duluth didn’t score well in a recent inspection. Parasitism was not documented for several species, including tuna and sea cucumber. In addition, there was mold around the ice machine and live fish tank. Some food items were improperly stored in the refrigerator. As a result, this restaurant must fully cook everything on the menu until the parasite documents are created and confirmed. (The Atlanta Journal Constitution)
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Today in Alpharetta-Milton:

  • Exhibition: Down from the house on the farm at the Alpharetta Center for the Arts, 238 Canton St. (8:30 a.m.)
  • Have a sexy spring break! per hour Click Fit Boxing Club at 1805 Hembree Road in Alpharetta (9:00 A.M.)
  • Dino Safari…Adventure Walk At North Point Mall, 1000 North Point Circle, Alpharetta (11 a.m.)
  • North Main Street Market – Henderson Commons, 735 North Main St. in Alpharetta, (3:30 p.m.)
  • Tax in Retirement Seminar (registration required) 2006 Milton Heritage Walk at Milton Town Hall (6pm)

From my notebook:

  • Kings Ridge Christian School fishing teams did well in a recent tournament on Lake Lanier. Kings Ridge placed 9th out of 63 boats in the Georgia High School Fishing Tournament. The girls team finished 20th out of 63 boats. Congratulations to Jackson Thomas, Cole Bradley, Sophie Mocchia, and Corley Leffin! (King’s Ridge Christian School via Facebook)
  • Creek View Elementary School PTA is seeking food donations for the school staff breakfast. They want the product to be in the original packaging, purchased at the store on February 14th. Here is the signup link.https://www.signupgenius.com/…/20f044fa8a622a1f94…. . Gift cards are also available. If you have any questions, please contact Ison Hartman at [email protected] (Creek View Elementary School PTA via Facebook)
  • Plato’s Locker in Roswell was recently robbed. It was reported that the clothes in the overnight cargo container were taken from the clothing store. On the night of January 18, a white van arrived and someone took the clothes, the camera shows. (Appen)
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Well, how are you all today? I’ll have your next update in your inbox tomorrow!

Gail Lafleche

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