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.
Lilburn is proposing the 2020 property tax rate remain the same at 4.43 mills. The Lilburn City Council is inviting the public to comment on the 2020 property tax rate prior to adoption at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. June 22, or 6 p.m. July 13 at Lilburn City Hall, 340 Main St.
The Lilburn City Council recently voted to approve a Community Development Block Grant agreement between the city and Gwinnett. The city is the recipient of a $600,000 grant with 100 percent reimbursement and no required match.
Following a special election held on May 19, Emil Powella was recently sworn in by Lilburn City Attorney Richard Carothers to fill the vacancy for City Council Post 4.
Lilburn recently held a public hearing prior to the adoption of the city’s Fiscal Year 2020/2021 budget. The proposed $12,310,574 total budget will adopt six different balanced budgets including a General Fund totaling $8,657,180.
Lilburn is the latest Gwinnett city to postpone or cancel its Fourth of July celebration.
The Lilburn City Council recently approved a resolution that will provide $1.975 million in necessary funding for the Lilburn Downtown Development Authority to purchase three properties in the downtown central business district for the purposes of revitalizing and redeveloping the district.
For the third straight year Peachtree Corners has received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Government Finance Officers Association, a national association focused on government finance policy and management. Since its incorporation as Gwinnett’s 16th city in 2012, the city has applied, and received, the award three straight years in a row.
Four candidates will compete for Lilburn City Council Post 4 during a special election to conclude on May 19. All Lilburn registered voters can participate in the upcoming special election.
As entrances to the world go, one baby born in Lilburn this past week certainly had a memorable one that’s drawing praise for some of the city’s police officers