The Lilburn City Council joined other cities in Georgia, including nearby Duluth, to approve a professional agreement with RedSpeed USA for the installation of school zone speed cameras.
Other conditions of approval prohibit body or paint repair, outside storage or outside displays. There was no objection from the public.
The proposed residential development includes 4 single family detached lots and 29 attached townhomes, each with 2-car garage and minimum 1,400-square feet of heated area.
The ban will be in effect for the next year, similar to the Snellville legislation. The temporary ban allows the city to reevaluate how it handles e-scooters in a year.
The format of the meeting is causal to encourage citizens to get to know their mayor and feel comfortable asking questions about city government.
A new senior living community has broken ground in Lilburn, according to city officials.
The additional time is based on recommendations from Lilburn’s staff who feel they need additional time for research and proper discussion, impose a temporary moratorium on applications for licenses and permits to operate such establishments to review and consider the necessary regulations.
The Lilburn Community Improvement District serves as a catalyst to improve local perceptions of attitude and appearance, as well as business opportunities in the Highway 29 corridor and surrounding areas.
The request for the 175-foot wireless tower, filed by TowerCom, meets all of the required criteria to obtain the permit.
“This is an outstanding achievement,” said GMA Executive Director Larry Hanson. “We commend council member Dunn for this accomplishment and for the dedication he’s shown in using this valuable resource to become a more effective city official.”