At Duluth’s Dec. council meeting, City Engineer Margie Pozin presented the results of a month-long virtual public meeting used to collect citizen feedback on ways to improve traffic flow at Ga. 120/Abbotts Bridge Road and Pine Needle Drive.
Duluth is actively seeking members of the public to serve on the city’s Citizen’s Budget Review Advisory Committee. Committee members from a cross section of the community provide helpful feedback and recommendations on ways the city can be more efficient and effective.
The Duluth City Council recently voted in a 4 to 1 decision to accept quitclaim deeds from the three homeowners associations related to the condominium and two townhome developments adjacent to city hall.
The Duluth City Council recently accepted a $35,000 donation presented to the Duluth Public Arts Commission from Greystar for the Everleigh project. The donation will be credited to the Performing Art and Acquisition Fund.
Downtown Duluth is covered in lights for the holidays. Eight larger-than-life light installations have been put up in the city’s center for residents to enjoy while observing social distancing.
Duluth has launched a new effort, called Eat Local Bingo, to promote the city's restaurants and boost business that has been hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In another effort to help support local businesses through the pandemic, Duluth has introduced Eat Local Bingo.
The Duluth City Council recently voted to change the city’s alcohol code due to the passage of HB879, which was signed into law by Governor Kemp Aug. 2.
In Duluth’s ongoing efforts to make downtown a gathering place, the city is considering adding a 2,500-square-foot restaurant building on the Downtown Paver Lot, the parking area between Taylor Park/City Hall and the Truck and Tap restaurant.
The Duluth Police Department is trying out a way of providing 911 services to residents that is new in Georgia.