News Line for Duluth

Duluth council to buy 6.53-acre property
The Duluth City Council approved a request by City Manager James Riker to buy a 6.53-acre property at the intersection of Hill Street and Hardee Street during the regularly scheduled council meeting Monday.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Public art added in Gwinnett
Lilburn and Duluth are adding public art, in the form of pianos and doors.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

City of Duluth provides surprise for Peachtree Christian Hospice
While the greater joy is usually in the act of giving, Peachtree Christian Hospice (PCH) recently experienced immense joy in receiving an awesome surprise from numerous City of Duluth employees.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Duluth PD’s citizens police academy still accepting applications
There’s still time to join the city of Duluth’s citizens police academy.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Duluth City Council approves two developments
The Duluth City Council approved two developments after separate public hearings during Monday’s regularly scheduled meeting
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Duluth discusses joint transportation project
Duluth’s City Council discussed a proposed intergovernmental agreement with Gwinnett County for two joint transportation projects.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Historic, beloved Duluth trees to come down
For decades, the lawn at Joan Glancy Memorial Hospital served as the “town green” for Duluth.
Source: Griffin Daily News

Duluth amends zoning ordinance
The Duluth City Council amended its zoning ordinance during a public hearing at the regularly scheduled meeting on Monday.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Study: Duluth, Suwanee among state's safest cities
A recently released study cites two Gwinnett County cities among the safest places to live in Georgia.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Duluth City Council discusses Scott Hudgens Park access
The Duluth City Council had multiple topics to discuss during Monday’s work session but spent a lot of time discussing access issues at Scott Hudgens Park.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Duluth votes to keep same millage rate
The Duluth City Council voted to keep its millage rate at 5.991 mills for the 2015 fiscal year during a public hearing at the regularly scheduled meeting on Monday.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

City of Duluth extends agreement with Eddie Owen Presents
The city of Duluth has extended an agreement to keep Eddie Owen Presents at the Red Clay Theatre for five more years.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Developer gets nod in Duluth public hearing
A public hearing on rezoning of 11.67 acres on U.S. Highway 23 and Old Peachtree Road had dozens of homeowners turn out in an effort to voice their opinions during Monday’s regularly-scheduled city council meeting.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

3 GSMST students, city of Duluth partner on alcohol training video | VIDEO
Calling it surreal to meet the Duluth City Council and work with professional people, three students from the Gwinnett School of Math, Science and Technology recently made a video the city will use to educate and train businesses and their employees about alcohol education.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Duluth City Council discusses comprehensive plan, budget
In what city manager James Riker described as two of the most important items that would be discussed and voted on, the Duluth City Council adopted the 2035 Comprehensive Plan and heard the Fiscal Year 2015 budget presentation during Monday’s regularly scheduled City Council meeting.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Duluth City Council discusses street sweepers
In an effort to save taxpayer dollars, the Duluth city staff recommended to the City Council to utilize an outside contractor to do citywide sweeps.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post