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LAWRENCEVILLE (GWINNETT/METRO ATLANTA) GA – February 1, 2018
Lawrenceville Mayor Judy Jordan Johnson will deliver the Annual State of the City Address during the upcoming City Council meeting scheduled for Monday, February 5, 2018 at 7 p.m. The State of the City Address will share a snapshot of 2017 successes while providing a vision and roadmap for Lawrenceville’s future in 2018. The meeting will be held on the fourth floor of City Hall (70 South Clayton Street) in the Council Chambers.
“This annual address offers citizens the opportunity to listen and understand how their investment in our community is working for them and where the community, collectively, is headed in the coming year,” said the Mayor. “The City looks forward to sharing what we have accomplished, what our partners are accomplishing within our town, and how we are working together to implement the people’s vision to keep moving Lawrenceville forward.”
During the State of the City Address, residents and visitors should expect to hear updates on the City’s LCI (Livable Communities Initiative) two-way conversion project as well as what will come in 2018 with regard to the College Corridor, the cultural arts facility and the partnership with the Hooper-Renwick Legacy Preservation Committee.
The Address will also briefly touch on the accomplishments and successes from 2017 including demolishing old buildings and starting construction on the College Corridor to connect Georgia Gwinnett College with the Downtown; the creation of zoning that would bring Gwinnett it’s first-ever brewery, Slow Pour Brewing Company; and recruiting developers to invest just under $200 million in new residential options around the Downtown.
For information on this meeting and other upcoming public meetings in Lawrenceville, visit www.lawrencevillega.org
and be sure to visit the City’s Historic Downtown Square for its first event of the season, St. Paddy’s on Perry, March 17th from 4-10 p.m.