A Duluth mother is facing felony charges after allegedly threatening "to blow up" her child's elementary school.
Berkeley Lake changes tree removal requirements. Staff Correspondent. BERKELEY LAKE -- Deputy city administrator Pat Chapman presented proposed changes to the city's tree removal regulations Thursday, citing a need to lessen the burden on Berkeley Lake's Ordinance Enforcement Officer's time.. The new regulations, which the City Council approved unanimously, state
BERKELEY LAKE -- City Council members Thursday heard from two residents, both of them suggesting building berms on their properties. John Thafvelin, who lives at 10 Lakeshore Drive, presented a plan to council members in which the proposed berm would straddle the line between his property and Berkeley Lake's. "Actually
Restoration work on Berkeley Lake dam delayed by rainy weather.
Berkeley Lake annexes Hermitage Plantation subdivision. Carole Townsend. Staff Correspondent. BERKELEY LAKE -- A public hearing was held during Thursday's city council meeting in Berkeley Lake, giving residents and property owners of Hermitage Plantation subdivision the opportunity to discuss annexation into the city. A few subdivision residents voiced concerns regarding
BERKELEY LAKE -- City leaders Thursday unanimously approved a special-use permit for an auto body repair shop located at 4540 S. Berkeley Lake Road. The applicant assured mayor Lois Salter and the council that the chemicals used in the course of performing the repair work will be monitored and
Commissioners approve project to add sidewalks along North Berkeley Lake Road.
BERKELEY LAKE -- Mayor Lois Salter and city council members Thursday listened as deputy city administrator Pat Chapman reviewed a special-use application for an auto body repair shop located at 4540 South Berkeley Lake Road. The application specifies that the type of work to be done on the premises
The event will be held in Berkeley Lake.
Driver ID'd as 37-year-old Beverly L. Wilkins of Dacula; charged with DUI, five counts of accident with serious bodily injury
BERKELEY LAKE -- City council members voted unanimously Thursday to adopt a sign ordinance and to amend it to allow temporary signs in the GC-A district of Berkeley Lake. These moves paved the way for business owners to continue to do business, now that they have been annexed into
Nearly all of the water in Berkeley Lake is being drained to prepare for the long-awaited repairs of the lake's dam, which was damaged by floods in September of 2009
City leaders will decide next month whether to allow a farmer’s market at the Berkeley Lake Chapel (zoned R-100 with a special use for a religious institution), with the special use being considered an “accessory use.”
A Berkeley Lake resident has announced she will run for the District III seat on the Gwinnett County Pulblic Schools Board of Education.
Sunday sales to commence on differing dates.