The Braselton Main Street program recently earned another reaccreditation certificate after meeting 10 rigorous performance standards set by the National Main Street Center.
Braselton leaders will soon consider a request to allow a townhome development in a manufacturing section of the town.
The Braselton Main Street program earned another reaccreditation certificate having completed another program of work based on the national association’s review process.
Main Street America has once again recognized four Gwinnett municipalities for having completed work based on the national association’s stringent review process. Auburn, Braselton, Lawrenceville and Suwanee have been recognized for their commitment to improving quality of life, economic development, historic preservation, tourism and job creation at the local level.
Braselton’s Mayor and Town Council will hold a public hearing at 4 p.m. July 9 at the Braselton Police and Municipal Court Building, 5040 Ga. 53 to consider an application for rezoning to allow for the development of 161 attached single-family dwelling units on Broadway Avenue/Ga. 124.
The Braselton Town Council recently approved its General Fund budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
Hearings on a request for a large apartment project in the Braselton area were again deferred this week.
Like a lot of other governments across the state, the Town of Braselton is looking to cut its main budget for its upcoming fiscal year.
At least one group of workers isn’t getting a pay cut in the economic downturn — Braselton town employees.
A major rewrite of the Town of Braselton's development codes will be one of the major focuses of the community's 2020 Comprehensive Plan Update.