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Lula

Lula exploring the addition of a Main Street director

November 12, 2019

Access North Georgia

A number of Georgia cities have Main Street programs and the City of Lula may be the next.

Lula may join Gainesville, county in vape shop moratorium

October 16, 2019

Gainesville Times

Lula could soon be following Gainesville and Hall County in temporarily banning new vape shops while officials look at regulations.

Lula looks at moratorium on vape shops

October 15, 2019

Access North Georgia

The Lula City Council could vote next week on whether to impose a temporary moratorium on so-called vape shops.

Lula employees will pay tribute to former mayor during funeral procession

October 15, 2019

Access North Georgia

Even though the current City of Lula staff was not on the job when Joseph Douglas “Doug” Morris served as mayor and on the city council, employees have asked to pay tribute to him.

See inside Lula’s renovated downtown depot

September 26, 2019

Gainesville Times

Lula’s downtown depot has a fresh look, and the city’s newest event space honors its railroad heritage with some tech-savvy touches.

When you can see inside Lula’s renovated downtown depot

September 18, 2019

Gainesville Times

The building was completely gutted inside and renovated with new walls, floors, lighting and furniture. The outside...

Town elections set

August 29, 2019

MainStreet News

Elections won’t be needed in Maysville, Alto, Lula and Gillsville where only one candidate qualified for each race on the ballot.

Lula moves to form Planning Commission and adopting tethering laws

July 9, 2019

Access North Georgia

Because Hall County provides animal control services for the City of Lula the Lula City Council agrees that modifying current citywide animal regulations to match Hall County’s codes will be in the best interest of all parties involved.

Lula budget keeps water rates stable, won't collect property tax

June 17, 2019

Gainesville Times

The Lula City Council plans to approve a budget Monday that continues the city’s tradition of not collecting property taxes and that keeps water and sewer rates the same.