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City of Lilburn
City Council Work Session Agenda


January 8, 2018 at 6:30 p.m.
Lilburn City Hall, 340 Main St., Lilburn, GA 30047

Council Members:
Johnny Crist, Mayor
Brian Burchik, Post 1
Scott Batterton, Post 2
Eddie Price, Post 3
Tim Dunn, Post 4
I.

Call to Order

II.

Announcements

III.

Agenda

1.

City of Lilburn 2018 Mayor and Council Appointments

Each calendar year it is necessary for the Mayor and City Council to appoint the Mayor Pro-Tem, City Attorney, Legal Organ, Building Official, City Planner, Council Responsibilities, Municipal Judges and Solicitor(s), and members to all Commissions and Boards. 
2.

Adoption of the Gwinnett County Stormwater Management Manual and Design Standards

The City has historically referenced the Gwinnett County Stormwater Design Manual in the Development Regulations, as an alternative to the Georgia State Stormwater Management Manual (GSMM aka the Blue Book) in administering stormwater ordinances and providing for stormwater design standards, inspections and post-construction maintenance.

The State stormwater manual was re-written in 2016 and the current Gwinnett manual “Stormwater Systems and Facilities Installation Standards and Specifications (SSFISS)” will be replaced March 1, 2018, by the new manual and separate pipe standards (adopted by BOC in December, 2017).  The city must adopt either the State document or the County documents to maintain compliance with State NPDES requirements. 

Staff recommends adoption of the 2017 Gwinnett County Stormwater Management Manual and Gwinnett County Storm Sewer Pipe Standards, as may be revised or amended from time to time.  Upon adoption, staff will identify references within the city code and provide text amendments for council approval to achieve implementation. 

3.

A resolution to continue participation and cooperationwith the Lilburn Community Improvement District (LCID) preserving and enhancing the Highway 29 corridor community and the City of Lilburn

This resolution is to accompany the Lilburn CID’s application to the ARC LCI Planning Grant Funds for the 5 Year Update of the LCI “Highway 29 Corridor of Opportunity” Study

The update supports continued efforts to provide a balanced transportation system, enhance access, improve safety, encourage economic development, and promote quality of life. As part of the study, the LCID and the City of Lilburn will continue to partner and collaborate on planning and action plan items to the benefit of the Highway 29 Corridor and the City of Lilburn communities. 

IV.

Adjournment

As set forth in the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the City of Lilburn does not discriminate on the basis of disability in the admission or access to, or treatment or employment in its programs or activities. Doug Stacks, 340 Main Street, Lilburn, GA 30047 has been designated to coordinate compliance with the non-discrimination requirements contained in section 13.107 of the Department of Justice regulations,information concerning the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the rights provided thereunder, are available from the ADA coordinator.


The City of Lilburn will assist citizens with special needs given proper notice (seven working days).  Any requests for reasonable accommodations required by individuals to fully participate in any open meeting, program or activity of the City of Lilburn should be directed to Doug Stacks, 340 Main Street, Lilburn, GA 30047, telephone number 770-921-2210.