News Line for Lilburn

Lilburn to allow leashed pets on lawns in city park
For the first time in its history, Lilburn is allowing leashed pets on the lawns throughout the city park, and not just on its walking trails.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Hundreds join Lilburn police for ‘National Night Out’
There were seek-and-destroy robots and K-9s tearing at arms among the ambulances, police helicopters, motorcycles and cruisers scattered throughout Lilburn City Park on Tuesday night
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Many Lilburn residents upset over council zoning vote
Some 200 residents upset over a planned mixed-use development swarmed the Lilburn City Council meeting Monday night only to leave defeated.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Lilburn adopts budget with pay increase for city employees
Lilburn adopted its 2014-15 city budget on Monday night, including a pay increase for city employees based on performance.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Lilburn paves way for future combination City Hall/public library complex
Lilburn gave the OK for an intergovernmental agreement Monday night with Gwinnett County, paving the way for the future construction of a combination City Hall/public library complex.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Lilburn City Council honored one of its fallen heroes at meeting
In memory of the 20th anniversary of his death, the Council honored Lilburn Police Officer Michael T. Hester, who lost his life while on duty April 19, 1994.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Sidewalks, intersections focus of residents’ 2014 SPLOST proposal
The day that collections began on Gwinnett’s newest Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax, local residents presented commissioners with a plan to spend the $225 million expected to be raised for transportation projects.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Lilburn City Councilman resigns his post to run for U.S. Congressional seat
Lilburn City Councilman Thomas Wight announced Monday night that he has resigned his post to run for the U.S. Congressional seat held by Rep. Rob Woodall (R-Ga.)
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Lilburn’s Camp Creek Greenway recognized by National Wildlife Federation
Now, visitors to the Camp Creek Greenway really are in an animal sanctuary, after the trail was recognized by the National Wildlife Federation as a certified wildlife habitat.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post