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.
The Lawrenceville Lawn will not expand physically, but new amenities will be added, said Lisa Sherman, a city spokeswoman.
The $31 million facility is expected to attract more than 100,000 visitors, residents, artists and students annually to Gwinnett.
The $31 million, 50,000-square-foot arts center expansion will include a 500-plus-seat theatre, education space, office space and public space that will create a central gathering spot for the arts.
The Lawrenceville City Council will hold the second of two public hearings on the proposed millage rate and Fiscal Year 2020 budget at 4 p.m. May 15 in the Council Chambers of City Hall.
Summer of Impact, is an eight-week internship program designed to enhance student abilities and provide real work experience.