News Line for Sugar Hill

Sugar Hill Funds Downtown Development Authority
The Sugar Hill City Council on Monday agreed to fund its Downtown Development Authority $50,000 annually and allow the organization to sublease its old city hall to home-based businesses.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Sugar Hill, Snellville, Suwanee make homeownership list
Three Gwinnett cities were recognized in the top 10 best places for homeownership in Georgia, according to NerdWallet.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Sugar Hill councilman honored by Kiwanis club
A Sugar Hill city council member was recently honored by the statewide Kiwanis organization.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Sugar Hill Council approves annexation
The housing bust of the Great Recession appeared to be over in Sugar Hill on Monday as the city council approved the annexation and zoning for a new subdivision and final plat ratifications for two other subdivisions.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Sugar Hill to "bury" 75th anniversary time capsule next month
The city of Sugar Hill’s time capsule — commemorating the community’s first 75 years — will be “buried” next month.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Sugar Hill amends alcohol ordinance
The Sugar Hill City Council on Monday amended the city’s alcohol ordinance to allow the sale of beer and wine at city sponsored events.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Covered pavillion, playground coming to Sugar Hill park
The city of Sugar Hill is completing a $500,000 construction project at E.E. Robinson Park that will include a covered pavilion and playground.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

New mayor takes helm in Sugar Hill
The Sugar Hill City Council met Monday for the first time in more than a decade with a new mayor at the helm.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Sugar Hill Mayor Gary Pirkle made a mark on city
A faulty stormwater pipe brought Gary Pirkle to city hall nearly two decades ago.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Sugar Hill names new city manager
The Sugar Hill City Council on Tuesday named a new city manager who will take office next year upon the retirement of current City Manager Bob Hail.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post