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>
The new complex is going up two minutes from downtown:<br>
City officials have confirmed that grading has begun on the site at Buford Highway and Hill Street.<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.
Nine students from Georgia Tech’s School of Industrial Design and fourteen students from the University of North Georgia’s doctoral program of Physical Therapy are spending the week on the Dahlonega school’s campus, collaborating to meet the needs of some special north Georgians who face unique physical and sensory challenges.