Lawrenceville Mayor and City Council Celebrate Local Business Expansion

Published: August 17, 2016

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Lawrenceville Mayor and City Council Celebrate Local Business Expansion

Nobody’s Auto Service and Repair Shop hosts Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

 LAWRENCEVILLE (METRO ATLANTA) GA – August 17, 2016

Lawrenceville’s Mayor and City Council, along with community members and stakeholders, celebrated the grand opening for the new location of Nobody’s Auto Service and Repair with a ribbon cutting ceremony on August 17th.

Under the leadership of owner Art Kleve, Nobody’s has served Lawrenceville for 13 years and has expanded from its original location on Scenic Highway to its new location at 273 Grayson Highway. The company takes pride in being a “one-stop honest auto repair shop.”

“I have had the pleasure of watching Nobody’s grow over the years and I was thrilled to be a part of today’s celebration,” said Mayor Judy Jordan Johnson. “Art Kleve is an honest Christian man and you can trust that he has you and your automobile’s best interests at heart.”

The celebration was hosted by the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce, which provided the opportunity for guests – along with members of the Council – to speak about the years of honest and responsive service they have experienced at Nobody’s Auto Repair.

“I’m honored to live and own a business in the city of Lawrenceville and humbled at the community support and the opportunity that it allows us to serve others,” said Art Kleve, Nobody’s Owner.

The staff at Nobody’s Auto Service and Repair look forward to continuing to serve the community with their honest one-stop auto repair and by spreading the slogan “nobody’s does it better.”

To find out more about the services offered by Nobody’s, visit them at www.NobodysAutoRepair.com. To find out more about the businesses and services available within the City of Lawrenceville, visit www.LawrencevilleGa.org.

2016 Stormwater Quality Workshops

Published: August 3, 2016

The Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources will be hosting the following Stormwater Quality workshops at the Gwinnett Justice & Administration Center throughout the remainder of the year.

Stormwater Workshops

City Council Approves 2016-17 Annual Budget

Published: August 2, 2016

City of Lawrenceville Approves $171 Million Annual Budget

City Officials focus on the future with plans and projects for the 2016-17 fiscal year

 

LAWRENCEVILLE (METRO ATLANTA) GA – August 2, 2016

At the August 1st Council Meeting, City of Lawrenceville officials approved a $171-Million budget for the 2016-17 year. Included in this figure were operating costs associated with the City’s robust utilities infrastructure, administrative services and SPLOST projects.

“The 2016-2017 budget comprehensively reflects the needs of various City of Lawrenceville departments,” said Chuck Warbington, City Manager. “We prioritized these projects based on what will assist our staff to do their jobs more efficiently for their benefit as well as for the benefit of the public.”

Highlights for the 2016-2017 budget included expenses for City of Lawrenceville capital projects like the relocation of the Public Works facility to Pike Street, replacement of aging water lines on Clayton and Perry Street, replacement of all street and pedestrian lighting at the Historic Courthouse, and mainline natural gas pressure improvements.

The budget also highlights certain police department initiatives expected to assist in crime prevention and public trust efforts. These items include the purchase of analytic/predictive policing software, body cameras for police officers and the addition of one civilian crime scene technician to supplement crime scene investigations.

“In September of last year, we unveiled our strategic plan for the City’s economic development which was created with community and stakeholder input,” said Mayor Judy Jordan Johnson. “We use this plan as a blueprint when prioritizing upcoming projects.

Also included in the budgeted items were marketing initiatives that include a complete redesign for the City’s website. Plans for the new website will ensure that it is more user-friendly and interactive for the public. City officials have completed the process for accepting proposals and expect to begin work on the new website later this year.

To keep up to date with the latest information about the City of Lawrenceville, visit www.LawrencevilleGa.org.

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