The Suwanee City Council recently voted to grant an alcohol license tax credit for next year to help businesses hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three traffic calming islands will be installed at strategic locations along Settles Bridge Road at a total cost of $72,940. The work includes erosion and sediment control, curb replacement, pavement striping, as well as traffic signage.
The city is offering this as a one-time credit and all licensees will be responsible for the full license fees in future years.
The Suwanee City Council recently approved an agreement with the Pierce Point subdivision homeowners association for access and trail maintenance to the Suwanee Creek Greenway.
Citizens in Suwanee will have the opportunity to elect a new council member Nov. 3.
Suwanee began the new fiscal year July 1 with a $13.4 million balanced operating budget representing a 3.3% decrease in operating expenditures as compared to FY 2020.
Suwanee officials are planning to keep the city’s millage rate at the same level that it’s been at for nearly a decade, city officials announced Friday.
The Suwanee City Council recently voted to adopt a memorandum of understanding with the Office of the District Attorney Gwinnett Judicial Circuit to participate in a task force to prevent elder abuse.
Suwanee was awarded $160,000 to complete a study of potential projects for the city’s pedestrian and bicycle plan update. To receive the funds, the city has entered into a contract with the Atlanta Regional Commission, which administers the funds.
The Suwanee City Council recently approved a special use permit to allow livestock at 181 Abbey Hill Road.