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Wednesday May 27th, 2015 6:08PM

Riker leaving Flowery Branch

By Ken Stanford Reporter
FLOWERY BRANCH - Friday was Flowery Branch Planning Director James Riker's final day on the job.

Mayor Mike Miller confirmed Riker is taking a similar position with the city of Duluth.

Riker had been with Flowery Branch since March 2005. He came to Flowery Branch from the Pico Rivera, Calif., Planning Department.
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