News Line for Loganville

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

Loganville council denies liquor store variance
City officials heard testimony and posed questions over three hours Wednesday before denying a request for a 5-foot variance on a pending development of a liquor store.
Source: Walton Tribune

Curry says Loganville ‘poised and ready for growth’ heading into ‘14
Mayor Dan Curry touted many of the past successes and goals for the future in his first State of the City address.
Source: Walton Tribune

Liquor store issue heading to state Supreme Court
Last week, officials were ready to move forward and finally close the book on the ongoing legal saga related to the issuance of liquor store permits inside city limits.
Source: Walton Tribune

Loganville officials refute liquor store applicant's motion for reconsideration
Loganville has filed its response with the Georgia Court of Appeals in reaction to the appeal filed by Buddy Balance LLC regarding its liquor store paperwork being tossed out during the initial application process.
Source: Walton Tribune

Loganville mayor, council members sworn in
Three council members and the mayor of Loganville were sworn into office on Thursday. Councilmen Mark Kiddoo, Rey Martinez and Chuck Bagley took their oaths of office, as did mayor Dan Curry.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Loganville honors local heroes for bravery
Fire Chief Danny Roberts took the opportunity during Thursday’s city council meeting to recognize several local heroes.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Council weighing options with Rock Gym
City officials are considering what the future may hold for the Rock Gym.
Source: Walton Tribune

Curry re-elected as Loganville mayor
Incumbents were popular with voters in Loganville on Tuesday.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Curry, Kiddoo, Martinez re-elected in Loganville
Three incumbents were re-elected to office Tuesday and will be joined by a familiar face when they take office in January.
Source: Walton Tribune

Council asks for more from chamber of commerce
Some councilmembers want more bang for their buck from the Walton County Chamber of Commerce.
Source: Walton Tribune

Former councilmen square off to become mayor
Dan Curry has held the title of mayor for more than four months and he is working hard to keep the position.
Source: Walton Tribune

Loganville approves first SPLOST spending
Loganville officials approved the first expenditures for the current Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax collection.
Source: Walton Tribune