LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrenceville City Council wants to make its position opposing the expansion of Gwinnett County’s Briscoe Field to allow commercial flights in the city’s 2030 Comprehensive Plan clear.
DULUTH — The Duluth City Council during work session Monday directed its Downtown Development Authority to pursue locating a Pure Taqueria restaurant next to the Red Clay Theatre downtown.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- The Lawrenceville City Council on Monday unanimously adopted zoning ordinance changes that would require the council's permission for a privatized and expanded airport to operate in the part of Gwinnett County's Briscoe Field that lies in the city limits.
DULUTH -- The Duluth City Council stopped short of voting Monday to allow Duluth residents and visitors to purchase beer and wine from additional restaurants in the downtown business district in specially marked cups for consumption on the Town Green. The council wants to discuss the issue further.
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrenceville City Council on Wednesday unanimously passed the first readings of zoning ordinance changes that would require the airport operator and other aviation businesses at Gwinnett County’s Briscoe Field to obtain special-use permits to operate in the city limits.
The Lawrenceville City Council recently adopted a fiscal year 2011 budget of $90.6 million, about $2.7 million less than the city's fiscal year 2010 budget of $93.3 million.
DULUTH -- The Duluth City Council agreed Monday to authorize the Duluth Downtown Development Authority to seek architectural drawings for replacing part of the Red Clay Theatre downtown.
DULUTH -- Mayor Nancy Harris invited Duluth residents to provide input on proposed designs for replacing part of the Red Clay Theatre at 7 p.m. Aug. 17 at the theater.Harris issued the invitation at the Duluth City Council's Monday meeting.
The state of the city of Lawrenceville is good, according to Mayor Rex Millsaps, and it remains in a strong financial position.
Duluth has a strong tradition of planning that Glenn Coyne intends to continue as the city's new director of planning and development.