Wednesday October 7th, 2015 3:43PM

Work begins on new Buford City Hall

By by Ken Stanford
BUFORD - The City of Buford, in one of the fastest growing parts of the state, has outgrown its City Hall and has begun work on a new one - but it will be outside the downtown area.<br> <br> The new complex is going up two minutes from downtown:<br> <br> City officials have confirmed that grading has begun on the site at Buford Highway and Hill Street.<br> <br> The three-story structure will cost just over six million dollars and is expected to be ready for occupancy sometime around the middle of next year.
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