Following a recent public hearing, the Lilburn City Council approved amendments to the city’s zoning ordinance to allow for breweries within the commercial business and mixed-use zoning districts and within the town center overlay district.
City leaders called Officer Almedin Ajanovic a “hero” for helping two conductors escape as the fire drew nearer to them.
On Nov. 15, 1920 a fire started at the Lilburn Supply Company in Old Town Lilburn. The devastating fire spread quickly, nearly destroying every downtown business. But in a show of force and unity, the remainder of the town was saved.
Lilburn has joined other Gwinnett cities by sponsoring two public art pieces as part of the “Button Art” series, a public art initiative named after Button Gwinnett one of the original signers of the Declaration of Independence.
Originally planned for May 16, the sale was postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic. The city has taken precautions to help ensure the public’s safety, however, and the event is scheduled for September 19.
The Lilburn City Council recently approved an agreement between Gwinnett Department of Transportation the city for Gwinnett DOT to assume maintenance of Lilburn Industrial Way, Business Drive, Business Park Court, and Luxomni Road.
The Lilburn City Council recently voted unanimously to approve revisions to the city’s personnel policies and procedures.
Snellville has challenged Lilburn to a Lip Sync Battle. Residents of each city have until 5 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 19 to submit their videos which will then be compiled into a final video the cities will use to compete in the battle.
Lilburn will be installing RedSpeed School Zone cameras at Killian Hill Christian School, 151 Arcado Rd. The city has already placed two cameras at Arcado Elementary and two at Trickum Middle School.
The Lilburn City Council unanimously approved the Fiscal Year 2020/2021 budget ordinance on June 22. The city adopted balanced budgets for six funds totaling $12,310,574. This budget represents a decrease of $17,342 from the previous budget of $12,327,916.