Hoping to give residents and tourists a new place to socialize, Lilburn is calling for bidders to open a brewery in its Old Town district.
Following review of 11 bids for upcoming sidewalk projects, the Lilburn City Council recently awarded the job to low bidder DAF Concrete, Inc.
At the city’s Dec. city council meeting, the Lilburn City Council noted the receipt of an additional $321,309 in CARES Act funding made available through a reallocation from Gwinnett bringing the city’s total to $1,683,159.
The Lilburn City Council recently approved a rezoning application for Killian Hill Road from low-density residential to medium-density residential.
Lilburn joins other cities in the state making changes to their alcohol ordinance to comply with Governor Kemp’s recently signed HB 879. The new law allows for home delivery of unopened containers of alcohol under certain situations as well as tasting events.
Lilburn will soon be home to a new brewery at 4098 Lawrenceville Highway. The Lilburn City Council unanimously voted Nov. 9 to approve a zoning change that will allow the applicants to renovate an existing retail building to develop a brewery, and in the future, provide outdoor seating and entertainment.
The Lilburn Main Street program and Old Town Lilburn business owners are hosting Bucket Brigade Day 3 to 5 p.m. Nov. 15 along Main Street to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the 1920 Old Town Lilburn Fire.
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.