Lawrenceville is set to begin construction on phase 2 of its 2.2-mile linear park that will connect Georgia Gwinnett College with the city’s downtown district. The $10 million project will include a 2.2-mile roadway with multi-use trails, bike paths, roundabouts and landscaping.
Lawrenceville Council Member and former Downtown Development Authority Member David Still is the only candidate to qualify to run for mayor in the Nov. 5 municipal election. In addition, Victoria Jones will continue in her current position on the city council as the only qualifying candidate for Council Post 2.
With approval of this labor contract $290,000 will be remaining in the project. Lawrenceville maintains more than 4,000 utility poles.
This stormwater project includes demolition and removal of the existing storm drain system and installation of a new drain system with pre-cast headwalls.
This data will be used to determine areas of strengths and weaknesses and help the city plan for future improvements in the most cost-efficient way.
Capt. Tawnya Gilovanni received the promotion in late May after 13 years of service with the Lawrenceville Police Department. The law enforcement veteran has had a knack for leadership since the start of her career, making sergeant with the Braselton Police Department at the age of 24.
Lawrenceville residents will likely see an increase in their city property taxes this year, the city announced Wednesday.
The updated policy outlines criteria for evaluating and scheduling community festivals and special events, guidelines for necessary permits, the application process, and necessary insurance.
The building renovations will include the selective demolition and replacement of interior finishes throughout the building, as well as reconfiguration of interior office space.
The amendment regulating “alcoholic frozen consumables” is on the agenda for the council’s June 19 work session. The amendment proposes a new $500 annual permit for selling alcoholic frozen treats.