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Flowery Branch City Council to discuss annexations, false alarm law
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The Flowery Branch City Council plans to consider five annexation requests and a false alarm ordinance at its meeting Wednesday.

The annexation requests concern properties clustered around the busy intersection of Hog Mountain and Spout Springs roads in South Hall.

Two businesses, Habersham Bank and Parkway Mini-Storage, are among the applicants.

All are seeking a highway business designation.

Council members discussed the false alarm ordinance last month.

The law’s aim is to cut back on the number of false service calls that the city police department has to respond to each year. If passed, it would set up fines for businesses and residences where the police department responds to more than three false alarms.

The meeting is set to begin at 9:30 a.m. at City Hall, 5517 Main St.

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