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Mayor Mike Mason presents Dan Baker, Senior Vice-President of Georgia Commerce Bank, with a proclamation recognizing his contributions to the city at the City Council meeting on April 21.
City Recognizes Two for Their Community Contributions
At the April City Council meeting Dan Baker and Mark Ogden were recognized by the Mayor and Council for their efforts and contributions to the community.
As Senior Vice-President of Georgia Commerce Bank, Mr. Baker was a tremendous help by providing financial assistance for start-up operations for the new city and the acquisition of the Town Center property. He is a longtime member of the community and supporter of Peachtree Corners as well as a founding member and past president of the Peachtree Corners Business Association.
Mark Ogden has been the director of the Peachtree Booster Club Hockey program for the past eight years and will be leaving at the end of the season. It was his passion for hockey combined with his volunteer spirit that helped transform an informal recreational activity into a full-fledged sports program. Mr. Ogden's leadership provided the framework for the creation of year around hockey for all age groups.
The City offers its heartfelt thanks to Mr. Baker and Mr. Ogden for their community efforts.
Mark Ogden, (right) director of the Peachtree Booster Club Hockey program for the past eight years receives a proclamation from Mayor Mike Mason at Tuesday's City Council meeting
 Dr. Sunit Singhal and Mayor Mike Mason share the ribbon-cutting duties during the opening of the new offices of Suburban Medical Center on Peachtree Parkway. (Photo courtesy of Shama Singhal)
Family Practice Relocates to New Peachtree Corners Offices 
The city is home to a number of professional medical offices including Dr. Sunit Singhal, owner of Suburban Medical Center, who has been practicing medicine in Peachtree Corners for 14 years.
On Sunday, April 19, he along with his staff and family celebrated the relocation of their new offices at 4989 Peachtree Parkway during a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Mayor Mike Mason was invited to join in on celebrating the event. Dr. Singhal's new offices are located on the first floor of the two-story office building once occupied by Re/Max.  Read more ... 
Boy Scouts Luke Chapin, Ben Chapin and Evan Johnson from Troop 575 participated in the flag-raising ceremony. (Photo courtesy of Jenny Chapin)
 Owners Matt and Paola Steyling, both veterinarians and Mayor Mike Mason celebrate the opening of their new animal hospital with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Spalding Animal Hospital Opens in Peachtree Corners 
Pet owners looking for veterinary care for their cats, dogs and exotic pets now have a new option.
Spalding Animal Hospital, owned by the husband-wife team of Doctors Matt and Paola Steyling, have opened a full service animal hospital at 105 Technology Parkway. The 8,000 square-foot facility is located across from the Wesleyan School entrance on Spalding Drive.
The new facility offers a variety of services including preventative health care, surgery, pet grooming and boarding. The hospital also offers curb-side drop off and pick up, options to have pet's medications mailed to your home and a special "Pet Taxi" service for those unable to bring their pets in themselves. Read more ...
Dr. Paola Steyling shows off the new boarding facilities during an open house on April 11, 2015. 
Councilmember Phil Sadd, owner Sonya Harrison and Mayor Mike Mason celebrate My Secret Garden's opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. 
New Garden Center Opens in Former Hastings Location
For gardeners, and even those who don't have a green thumb, there's good news to report; A new boutique garden center has just opened in the city. And with spring upon us, the timing couldn't be better. 
My Secret Garden is located at 3420 Woodhill Drive in the old Hastings Garden Center behind Chick-fil-A on Peachtree Parkway. The new owner brings a new look to both the interior and exterior. Inside is filled with unique gifts and decorative items and outside is an array of flowering plants, fruits and vegetable plants, colorful pots for planting and bubbling water fountains for sale.  
"We welcome My Secret Garden to our business community," said Mayor Mike Mason during the ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday, April 11. Read more ... 
Hours of operation are Tuesday - Sunday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Peachtree Corners to Participate in Annual Great American Cleanup
For 17 years Keep America Beautiful, a national non-profit organization, has been bringing together communities each spring for its annual Great American Cleanup campaign - and once again the City of Peachtree Corners is teaming up with the United Peachtree Corners Civic Association and Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful in cleaning up designated areas of the city.
This year, Saturday, April 25, 2015, has been designated as the Great American Cleanup date in Peachtree Corners. Volunteers are asked to work from 9:30 to 12 noon. Please contact Pat Bruschini at to volunteer or for additional information. Read more ... 
A 9.5 ton ship's anchor was recently installed in front of the UASC's north American headquarters.
Dropping Anchor in Peachtree Corners
Those who travel Peachtree Parkway regularly have undoubtedly noticed the giant ship's anchor that has been installed on the front lawn of the United Arab Shipping Company's office building located at the Spalding Drive intersection.
The 19,000 pound anchor was transported from the Savannah port to Peachtree Corners by the Georgia Port Authority. The cast iron anchor measures 16 feet tall and about 10 feet wide and is bolted to a two-foot thick concrete slab.The company plans on having the anchor sanded, primed and painted a dark marine gray color and the surrounding area will be landscaped. Read more ... 
The Georgia Port Authority loaded and delivered the cast iron anchor from Savannah to its Peachtree Corners location. 
City to Launch Business Incubator Study
We can credit Paul Duke, considered the city's founder, for his forward thinking in creating and developing Technology Park. Since Tech Park was established in the 1970s and '80s, the area has been considered a hub for innovators. To continue fostering that effort, the City of Peachtree Corners is undertaking a study to help create a business incubator program for budding entrepreneurs.
"We are excited about exploring this strategy for supporting the city's economic development," said Mayor Mike Mason. "Incubators provide real payback for our citizens in terms of creating jobs. It's one of the best economic development tools a city can employ." Read more ... 

 The Chattahoochee River at Jones Bridge Park. The Gwinnett County Park is located at 4901 E. Jones Bridge Road, Peachtree Corners, GA 30092.

Did you know ...

In 1978 the U.S. Congress created the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area consisting of 48 miles of the river from Buford Dam to Peachtree Creek.

The area includes the nearly seven miles of river front that marks the western border of the City of Peachtree Corners. 


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