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Grayson city council names Arnold next mayor pro-tem

Grayson city council names its next mayor pro-tem among other appointments and several other approvals.

Deannexation request denied at Lilburn City Council meeting

Deannexation request denied at Lilburn City Council meeting

Lawrenceville postpones vote on crematorium

Action on a proposed crematorium/funeral home on Hurricane Shoals Road was postponed Monday night by the Lawrenceville City Council.

Grayson council recognizes third-grader’s book drive efforts

Grayson City Council’s Monday evening business.

Lilburn council allows changes in senior care home

The Lilburn City Council set a few things Monday night, including changes to an ordinance affecting a family-owned personal care home.

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Rotary Club holds Career Night at Peachtree Ridge

“Real Goals for Real Careers” could very well be the theme of Thursday night’s Rotary Club Career Exploration Night held at Peachtree Ridge High School.

Lawrenceville City Council hears no opposition for proposed crematorium, funeral home

In a public hearing Monday night, there was no public opposition to a proposed crematorium/funeral home planned for 288 Hurricane Shoals Road.

Grayson hears plans for pedestrian, bicycle plan

The Grayson City Council heard a presentation on a proposed Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan by Jimmy Adams, working with the University of Georgia College of Environment and Design on Tuesday. Some of the plan’s goals, Adams said, are to help decrease traffic congestion, and enhance the environmental and livability conditions in the city limits.

Grayson hears plans for pedestrian, bicycle plan

The Grayson City Council heard a presentation on a proposed Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan by Jimmy Adams, working with the University of Georgia College of Environment and Design on Tuesday. Some of the plan’s goals, Adams said, are to help decrease traffic congestion, and enhance the environmental and livability conditions in the city limits.

Lilburn City Council hears about Christmas Eve giving

The Council decided that drop boxes for clothing, donations and other items will be a “thing of the past” within city limits. After hearing a complaint made to the city and research done by city staff, Lilburn passed an ordinance banning such boxes.

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