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Gwinnett County Board of Education adopts $1.763 billion FY2014 budget and tentatively adopts 1.30 mills increase in tax millage rate.
Gwinnett County Public Schools has preventative maintenance program to keep heating systems running efficiently and safely.
"I always thought I was the head coach," Joe Marelle said. "But I learned God is the head coach. He makes up the game plan. He decides when you get to play overtime. And when he says game over, it's over."
Gwinnett County Public Schools Supt./CEO J. Alvin Wilbanks reports biggest challenge continues to be balancing the budget. The board eliminated an $89-million shortfall and tentatively adopted FY2013 $1.7-billion budget.
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