The Grayson City Council approved an ordinance Monday night to hold its city election this fall, while approving its election officials.
The Lawrenceville City Council unanimously agreed that Colonial Buick GMC’s main automobile sales operation has relocated to Loganville, thus upholding its own recent denial of a business license request by the dealership at its old location at 850 Collins Hill Road.
Grayson’s code enforcement officer has decided to retire from his position this week and literally hang out a sign which says, “Gone Fishin.”
Lilburn adopted its 2014-15 city budget on Monday night, including a pay increase for city employees based on performance.
Lawrenceville extends lease with Aurora Theatre through 2027
Grayson’s tower, which will be constructed at the intersection of Rosebud Road and Ga. Highway 20, will include a bell, and will be built with the kind of stone used elsewhere at places like the old rock building, and brick, representing new growth.
Lilburn gave the OK for an intergovernmental agreement Monday night with Gwinnett County, paving the way for the future construction of a combination City Hall/Public Library complex.
Lawrenceville will be considering at its next meeting whether to allow a national franchise company to provide day and overnight care for dogs within the city limits.
Grayson City Council approves many infrastructure improvements during Monday meeting
Lilburn City Council honored one of its fallen heroes here Monday night