Lilburn City Council Meeting Highlights
Feb. 10, 2014
Lilburn City Hall
Camp Creek Greenway Trail Dedication: Join the City on Saturday, Feb. 22, at 10 a.m. for the dedication of the Camp Creek Greenway Trail as a National Wildlife Federation Certified Wildlife Habitat. Volunteers are invited to help with trail maintenance and cleanup immediately following the dedication.
Congratulations to Councilman Tim and Sheila Dunn, celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary.
Recognition of Councilman Eddie Price for completion of 42 hours of training at University of Georgia.
Scintel Technologies, an IT services firm in Duluth, recognized the police officers who assisted a man who walked 29 miles to Lilburn Municipal Court in freezing temperatures. AJ Ajonovich, Lt. Chris Dusik, Andy Blimline, Cody Belcher, and Rick Holmes (not present) were presented with pocket watches.
Timothy K. Pojunas: Complained that the newly revised Noise Ordinance does not do enough to reduce noise issues. Councilman Tim Dunn explained that the old ordinance was subjective and not enforceable, but the new ordinance is enforced through a noise meter and specific noise restrictions must be followed.
Approved the application of Jeff Royal/Indian Trail Professional Park, LLC, for rezoning from commercial business (CB) to medium density residential (R-2) for a 6-unit townhome development on Hillcrest Road, adjacent to the Lilburn Library. The two-story townhouses will have garages and various brick/stone exteriors. Vote: 4-0
Approved a request by Providence Christian Academy for use of a public address system on the school property on March 14 from 3:30-8:00 p.m. Vote: 4-0