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Pump station to shift for roadwork
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Forsyth County News

The city of Cumming is looking for someone to move a wastewater pumping station near Echols Road on Hwy. 20, east of town.

The station needs to be relocated as the state Department of Transportation begins work to widen the busy corridor leading to the Chattahoochee River.

The department will reimburse the city for the cost.

Also during their meeting Tuesday night, the mayor and city council approved the following

• Accepting bids for 48 new skylights at the Dobbs Creek Gym. Recreation and Parks Department Director Greg Little said the project is in the budget for $25,000.

• Qualifying dates and fees for the Nov. 5 election. Fees were set at $360 for those seeking the office of mayor, and $180 for those seeking council posts 1 and 2.

Qualifying will run from 8:30 a.m. Aug. 26 to 4:30 p.m. Aug. 30.

• An alcohol license for A&L Quik Stop.
In addition, they:

• Received a painting of the historic Sinclair gas station on Atlanta Road from artist Rick Rennick. The city bought the station in 2008 and refinished it in 2011.

• Recognized Jessica Edwards, Cumming police officer, for completing 480 hours of field training.