The city of Loganville is getting in on the downtown revitalization party that has swept suburban communities across metro Atlanta.
The town of Loganville, Ga., about 40 miles east of Atlanta, is proposing a $180 million revitalization of its downtown in partnership with Atlanta developer Connolly Investment & Development.
Since March, the city of Loganville’s alcohol rules have lurched to and fro more than a drunk staggering through an alley.
The Loganville City Council will likely approve a 60-day moratorium on rezones to R-22 Overlay, the city’s densest zoning classification.
Johnson has been a firefighter for almost 25 years, beginning his career as a volunteer with the Loganville Fire Department.
Finance director Natalie Warnack and City Manager Danny Roberts announced the city would take the rollback tax rate this year at Monday’s city council work session.
“Eastside Medical Center is proud to support the City of Loganville and local first responders in their efforts to create and sustain a safe and healthy community,” Eastside Medical Center CEO Trent Lind said.
At Thursday’s meeting, the group passed new rules defining food and alcohol. Alcohol, in the new ordinances, only includes distilled spirits. Food now includes beer and wine.