Grayson passes budget
For the first time in its history, Lilburn is allowing leashed pets on the lawns throughout the city park, and not just on its walking trails
Dog camp gets approval in Lawrenceville
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
Lawrenceville’s Police Department will be receiving a new Mobile Command and Communications Center, thanks to funds collected from confiscated assets and approved Monday night by the City Council.
The Grayson City Council approved several appointments to city boards Monday night.
Lilburn City Councilman Thomas Wight announced Monday night that he has resigned his post to run for the U.S. Congressional seat held by Rep. Rob Woodall (R-Ga.)
Lawrenceville City Council adopted a new landscaping ordinance following recommendations from a local consultant.
This year’s theme of Grayson Day, scheduled for April 26 in City Park, is “Making Wishes Come True.” The city will have the Make a Wish Foundation (Georgia) as its partner for the festivities, and will be raising money to sponsor six children who are battling life-threatening illnesses.
Jeff Royal and the Indian Trail Professional Park were given permission Monday night by the Lilburn City Council to proceed with a residential townhome development on Hillcrest Road.
A number of public hearings during the meeting included requests for special permits given the changes to the ordinance.
Mayor Allison Wilkerson chaired her first meeting Monday night in her new position as the first female mayor of the city, succeeding Jim Hinkle who decided to retire last year.
The city council met Monday evening.
Lawrenceville’s City Council started off 2014 with the swearing in of two city council members, including one serving his first term, and hearing Mayor Judy Jordan Johnson’s State of the City Address.
Grayson City Council holds meeting
The Georgia Department of Community Affairs recently approved the city of Lilburn’s amendment to its 2030 Comprehensive Plan, including work on the U.S. Highway 29 Boulevard of Opportunity Corridor Study.
The Marathon Gas Station on Grayson Highway will no longer be able to continue its U-Haul rental section.
The Grayson City Council convened Monday night for its regular monthly meeting.
Lilburn City Council voted to relocate Public Works fleet maintenance, impound storage lot
The Grayson Farmers’ Market became the first city market in Gwinnett County to start operating year-round.
The Lilburn City Council has decided to create a specific fund for the use of fees and royalty payments received from Gas South.
Lawrenceville recognizes Georgia Gwinnett College.
The city of Grayson City Hall and Senior Center are getting a makeover.
Mayor announces date for annual Lilburn Daze Festival
After serving the City of Grayson for a quarter century as mayor and city attorney, Mayor Jim Hinkle said he will not be a candidate for re-election this fall.
The Grayson City Council has agreed to again join Partnership Gwinnett in an effort to spur economic growth and business development.
The Lilburn City Council amended its Traffic and Vehicles Code on Monday night in an effort to clear city streets of both commercial and non-commercial recreational-type vehicles.
Lawrenceville Councilman Peter K. (P.K.) Martin IV announced here Monday night that he would not seek re-election in the city’s fall election.
Qualifying dates for the fall city election were set Monday night by the Grayson City Council.
LILBURN -- Melissa L. Penate was appointed Monday night as the new acting city clerk by the Council, succeeding Kathy Maner who recently retired after serving as city clerk for 20 years.. Previous to her clerk position, Maner had served five years as the Lilburn receptionist. She will be honored
LAWRENCEVILLE -- In the next six months, the face of Lawrenceville will be changing, according to an ordinance approved Monday night by the City Council.. Previously, window and door signs in the city had been exempt from regulation, but the new regulation changes that, requiring that applicants for window signs
GRAYSON -- At its regular meeting Monday night, the Grayson City Council set the public hearing dates for the city's millage rate.. The hearings will be held at 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. July 1 and at 6 p.m. July 8 for the adoption of the millage rate.. Gwinnett County
LILBURN -- The Lilburn City Council approved its annual $6.2 million general fund budget Monday night, a decrease from last year's figure.. The budget for fiscal year 2013-14 also includes $85,000 for the Confiscated Assets Fund, $171,000 for the Capital Projects Fund, $3,416,000 for 2009 SPLOST funding, and $200,230 for
LAWRENCEVILLE -- The Lawrenceville City Council approved Monday night a mechanical amusement devices (coin-operated) ordinance to bring city law into compliance with legislation passed this year by the Georgia General Assembly.. Although the requirement for device owners to pay a fee to register each device has been outlawed, the
GRAYSON -- Grayson has decided to join its sister Gwinnett cities Lilburn and Snellville in sponsoring a farmers' market this summer.. Grayson Mayor Jim Hinkle announced at the council meeting Monday night that the market will be held Wednesday afternoons during the summer with June 5 as the opening date
LILBURN -- For the first time in the city's history, Lilburn voters will have a chance to use touch-screen voting machines.. "No more cards," Mayor Johnny Crist said at Monday night's regular meeting of the Lilburn City Council.. The Council will be entering into an intergovernmental agreement (IGA
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Lawrenceville's City Council took care of several housekeeping items here Monday night, including approval of a 16-item consent agenda.. Included in the consent agenda were the following expenditures: $6,700 for the purchase of two electro-fusion machines; $84,423 for a 25-passenger van; $7,035 for distribution system
GRAYSON -- The Grayson City Council agreed Monday night to join forces with the Georgia Department of Revenue to ensure the proper payment of sales tax in the city.. "The Georgia Municipal Association and Gwinnett County wants this to get a handle on the sales tax," Mayor Jim Hinkle
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Lawrenceville toned down its colors following Monday night's City Council meeting.. In an amendment to its "color palette" ordinance, the body agreed to restrict colors such as pink, purple, orange, etc. from display on commercial buildings. If these types of "loud" colors are requested from a business owner
GRAYSON -- The Grayson City Council unanimously reappointed the entire slate of city board and commission members at Monday night's meeting.. All members had agreed to serve additional one-year terms. They are:. Planning and Zoning Commission: John West and David Cloud; Code Enforcement Board: Richard Parker, Michael Sutton and
LILBURN As far as public art is concerned, Lilburn's proposed traffic roundabout has taken a different turn.. At Monday night's meeting, the City Council decided to declare the contract with sculptor Dave Govedare of Washington State "null and void" so the city can pursue a different art avenue for