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Three failed votes lead to deferral

Braselton News

January 16, 2020

After three unsuccessful votes, Braselton leaders voted Jan. 13 to defer a request for a large residential development near Chateau Elan.

 

Council observes moment of silence for Braselton Jackson

Braselton News

January 16, 2020

The Braselton Town Council observed a moment of silence at its Jan. 13 meeting following the death of Pam Braselton Jackson.

 

Jim Joedecke, Becky Richardson to be sworn in Jan. 9 to Braselton Town Council

Gainesville Times

January 7, 2020

Jim Joedecke is set to be sworn in Thursday, Jan. 9, as the newest member of the Braselton Town Council.

 

Snellville preparing to build new downtown from the ground up

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

December 27, 2019

The small city of about 20,000 people in eastern Gwinnett County officially signed on to an $85 million project, dubbed the Grove at Towne Center, in August.

 

Massive Chateau area project gets approval

Braselton News

December 26, 2019

Braselton leaders recently approved a controversial and legally contentious rezoning for property across from Chateau Elan on Hwy. 211.

 

Statham gets police head after closed sessions

Braselton News

December 19, 2019

The Statham City Council approved a new acting police chief Tuesday, Dec. 17.

 

Town council could vote on HECE development Wednesday

Braselton News

December 19, 2019

Braselton leaders may take action on a controversial and legally contentious rezoning proposed for property across from Chateau Elan on Hwy. 211 at a called meeting on Dec. 18 at 5 p.m.

 

Electric rates set to rise in Lawrenceville

Gwinnett Daily Post

December 19, 2019

Lawrenceville residents will have to start paying a little more to keep the lights on starting next month.

 

Lawrenceville officials break ground on The Lawrence downtown hotel, parking deck

Gwinnett Daily Post

December 13, 2019

The latest development in a series of downtown projects to break ground in Lawrenceville is an old idea with a new twist for the city.

 

Political tensions boil over in Hoschton

Braselton News

December 12, 2019

Political tensions in Hoschton boiled over at a Dec. 5 council meeting as one of the town's newest council members became embroiled in a heated discussion with embattled Mayor Theresa Kenerly over the form of the meeting's agenda.

 

Duncan Creek Rd. residential development deferred

Braselton News

December 12, 2019

A second public hearing on a residential development in Braselton was deferred last week.

 

Braselton defers action on massive Hwy. 211 development

Braselton News

December 12, 2019

Action on a controversial and legally contentious rezoning proposed for property across from Chateau Elan on Hwy. 211 was deferred by the Braselton Town Council on Dec. 9 until a called meeting on Dec. 18 at 5 p.m.

 

Snellville cracking down on booting practices at city's businesses

Gwinnett Daily Post

December 12, 2019

The City Council passed an ordinance amendment Monday to mandate business owners must have "clear signage" at all property entry and exit points that warn drivers that their vehicles could be booted.

 

Tourism team presents findings to Braselton officials

Braselton News

December 5, 2019

A panel of tourism professionals recently presented its findings to the Braselton Town Council and manager, staff and visitors.

 

Richardson keeps council seat

Barrow News-Journal

December 5, 2019

Incumbent Becky Richardson held on to her Braselton Town Council seat in the Dec. 3 runoff election.

 

Loganville wants in on the downtown redevelopment game

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

December 5, 2019

The city of Loganville is getting in on the downtown revitalization party that has swept suburban communities across metro Atlanta.

 

Norcross approves $22K to buy electric trolley for downtown events

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

December 4, 2019

The city of Norcross has approved $22,000 in tourism funds to purchase an electric trolley for downtown events.

 

Election results: Norcross, Snellville, Braselton decide runoffs

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

December 4, 2019

Snellville, Norcross and Braselton all had races go into the Dec. 3 runoff after no candidate received more than 50 percent of the vote in November.

 

Incumbent Becky Richardson wins second term on Braselton council

Gainesville Times

December 4, 2019

Incumbent Becky Richardson won the runoff Tuesday, Dec. 3, for Braselton Town Council’s District 1 seat.

 

City of Loganville proposes $180M revitalization project

Atlanta Business Chronicle

December 4, 2019

The town of Loganville, Ga., about 40 miles east of Atlanta, is proposing a $180 million revitalization of its downtown in partnership with Atlanta developer Connolly Investment & Development.

 

Richardson returned to Braselton Town Council in runoff victory

Access North Georgia

December 4, 2019

Becky Richardson will serve another term on the Braselton Town Council following her decisive victory in a Dec. 3 runoff election.

 

Braselton Town Council runoff set for Tuesday

Gainesville Times

December 3, 2019

Voting takes place 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3, in the runoff for the Braselton Town Council’s District 1 seat.

 

Braselton leaders to revisit rejected request

Barrow News-Journal

December 2, 2019

Braselton leaders will hold a hearing in December on a development request previously rejected by the town council.

 

Braselton leaders hear report on town's tourism opportunities

Access North Georgia

December 2, 2019

Braselton officials received what they called an "exciting" report last week from a tourism study of the town.

 

Judy Jordan Johnson to receive chamber's 'Citizen of the Year' award

Gwinnett Daily Post

November 26, 2019

Retiring Lawrenceville Mayor Judy Jordan Johnson will be recognized by Gwinnett's business learders next year for her years of service, the Gwinnett Chamber announced Monday.

 

Lawrenceville passes open container ordinance for downtown district

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

November 26, 2019

The city passed a new open container ordinance last week allowing people to carry and consume alcoholic beverages in the official downtown district.

 

Public Safety officers' dedication, kindness highlighted at annual Red, Blue and You event

Gwinnett Daily Post

November 22, 2019

A Lawrenceville police officer who cared for a homeless man in her off-duty time, practically adopting him in the process.

 

Planners OK large residential development off Hwy. 124

Braselton News

November 21, 2019

A new development may soon bring new life to an old section of vineyards in Braselton.

 

Early voting nears for Braselton runoff

Braselton News

November 21, 2019

Early voting is coming up for the Dec. 3 Braselton Town Council District 1 runoff election. Incumbent Becky Richardson faces challenger Richard Mayberry in that election.

 

Hoschton to discuss changing its charter

Braselton News

November 21, 2019

The City of Hoschton will hold a special called meeting on Nov. 25 at 5:30 p.m. at city hall to discuss changes it wants to make in its city charter.

 

Lawrenceville finance Department receives reporting award

Gwinnett Daily Post

November 21, 2019

The city has received the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada's “Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting."

 

Lawrenceville gas utility receives fifth consecutive safety award

Gwinnett Daily Post

November 21, 2019

Lawrenceville's Gas Department is being recognized for its safety efforts - again.

 

Gwinnett BOC awards nearly $5M contract to build new Duluth library

Gwinnett Daily Post

November 20, 2019

A new Duluth library branch has been in the works for years, but the joint city-county project cleared a major hurdle Tuesday when Gwinnett County commissioners approved a construction contract for the branch.

 

Lawrenceville Lawn getting new amphitheater, expanded parking

Gwinnett Daily Post

November 15, 2019

As work continues on Lawrenceville’s Southlawn project, city officials are preparing to simultaneously expand amenities at the neighboring Lawrenceville Lawn.

 

Braselton approves civic center bonds

Braselton News

November 13, 2019

The Braselton Town Council has approved issuing $8.3 million in bonds to finance the construction of the town's civic center.

 

Braselton approves civic center bonds

Braselton News

November 12, 2019

The Braselton Town Council has approved issuing $8.3 million in bonds to finance the construction of the town's civic center.

 

Meeting to explore the future of tourism in Braselton

Access North Georgia

November 11, 2019

A meeting in Braselton later this month will focus on the future of tourism in the town.

 

Norcross receives partner of the year award

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

November 8, 2019

Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs (ACE) recently awarded the Partner of the Year Award to Norcross in recognition of the city’s “high level of promotion of entrepreneurship, provision of resources, and community development.”

 

More Gwinnett cities extend Sunday alcohol sales with brunch bill

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

November 8, 2019

Five cities in Gwinnett County approved earlier Sunday alcohol sales in restaurants on Election Day.

 

Lawrenceville natural gas receives safety award

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

November 8, 2019

The American Public Gas Association recently recognized the Lawrenceville natural gas system with a Safety Contest Award for dedication to safety based on the systems’ overall incident (lost work time) rates.

 

Norcross introduces new director of economic development

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

November 7, 2019

Norcross recently introduced William Corbin as the city’s new Economic Development Director. Among his responsibilities, Corbin will work to increase economic growth particularly in key industries and provide employers with access to talent pools.

 

Duluth appoints first black judge for local court

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

November 5, 2019

The city of Duluth has appointed its first black judge. Gwinnett County lawyer Tiffany Porter has been appointed associate judge for the city.

 

Snellville releases logo for town center mixed-use development

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

November 1, 2019

Snellville officials recently unveiled the logo for ‘The Grove at Towne Center,’ the $81 million mixed-use development coming to the city.

 

Snellville bans vaping in city-owned buildings, parks

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

October 30, 2019

Snellville has banned vaping in city-owned buildings, parks and other spaces.

 

Norcross providing $25K to help families get out of motels

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

October 23, 2019

The city of Norcross will provide $25,000 to start a program aimed at helping families get out of local extended stay motels and find more stable housing.

 

Duluth updates guidelines for public art program

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

October 22, 2019

The Duluth City Council recently approved updated procedural guidelines for the Duluth Public Art Program. The Duluth Public Arts Commission, known as “DPAC,” consists of six regular members and one member of the mayor and council. At a minimum five members must reside in the city limits.

 

Sugar Hill getting ready for annual Sugar Rush festival

Gwinnett Daily Post

October 18, 2019

“With a new logo, new entertainment, and new downtown buzz in Sugar Hill, Sugar Rush 2019 invites everyone to enjoy an artfully festive fall,” city officials said in an announcement for the event.

 

Second Gwinnett city bars new vape shops from opening

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

October 17, 2019

Snellville has enacted a 12-month moratorium on new vape shops opening.

 

Lawrenceville, county partner to complete sewer upgrades

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

October 16, 2019

Gwinnett has requested permission to include upgrades to its Sanitary Sewer System on Sims and Phillips Streets west of Grayson Highway.

 

Multi-family project deferred in Braselton

Braselton News

October 11, 2019

The request was set to be heard at the Braselton Town Council's Oct. 10 meeting, but the hearing has been deferred until November.

 

Berkeley Lake to decide on Sunday Brunch Bill

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

October 11, 2019

Residents of Berkeley Lake are encouraged to vote on the proposed “Brunch Bill” to allow alcoholic beverage sale to begin at 11 a.m. on Sunday mornings.

 

Snellville offering digital badge program for online credits

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

October 9, 2019

Snellville recently launched a Digital Badge Program with a meeting between city officials and area educators.

 

465-home riverfront development recommended for approval in Gwinnett

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

October 8, 2019

A 465-home development is one step closer to reality in Duluth after a Monday vote.

 

Suwanee recognizes youth police explorers

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

October 3, 2019

The Suwanee City Council recently congratulated the Suwanee Police Explorers. Explorers from Post 980 recently welcomed new high school students from North Gwinnett, Peachtree Ridge, Collins Hill, and Lanier high schools. Two Explorers are currently attending the University of North Georgia and are enrolled in UNG’s P.O.S.T. mandate program. These two young adults will graduate as certified GA P.O.S.T. officers.

 

Lawrenceville Housing Authority to plant 80 trees and 150 shrubs

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

October 1, 2019

Lawrenceville and the Lawrenceville Housing Authority have partnered with Trees Atlanta to plant 80 native shade trees and 1500 shrubs inside the Lawrenceville city limits.

 

Norcross in search of grocery/farmers market to squelch “food desert”

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

September 30, 2019

The Norcross Department of Economic Development has hired Taproot, a placemaking consulting firm that specializes in food-oriented economic development, to conduct a feasibility study in the city to determine the type of local food-enterprise the city could support.

 

Suwanee to upgrade city council chamber audio visual equipment

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

September 26, 2019

The Suwanee City Council recently approved a contract not to exceed $55,000 for council chambers A/V overhaul. According to the city, the current equipment, which is original to the building, is outdated technology and is causing performance issues.

 

Sugar Hill awards $1M construction contract for Bowl improvements

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

September 26, 2019

The Sugar Hill City Council recently awarded a $1,079,109 contract to Barnsley Construction Group for improvements to the Bowl concert venue. The design includes a new concession kiosk between City Hall and the suites, upgraded seating options and surface materials in the Bowl, and permanent divider panels in the suites.

 

Snellville partners with Gwinnett Tech to offer GED classes

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

September 23, 2019

Gwinnett Technical College has partnered with Snellville to offer General Education Diploma classes in the newly remodeled space on the second floor of Snellville City Hall.

 

Braselton to consider senior living plan for Village at Chateau Elan

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

September 23, 2019

The Braselton Planning Commission will hold a public hearing at 7 p.m. Sept. 23 at the Braselton Police and Municipal Court Building, 5040 State Route 53, on a proposed amendment to previously approved zoning at the Village at Chateau Elan that will allow for senior independent living, senior assisted living, and senior memory care facilities.

 

Duluth modifies unified development code

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

September 19, 2019

Following a recent public hearing, the Duluth City Council voted to approve modifications to the city’s Unified Development Code.

 

Snellville police win top Governor’s Office of Highway Safety Award

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

September 19, 2019

The Snellville Police Department recently won the top prize at the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety awards banquet.

 

Duluth creates smoke-free zones on city-owned property

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

September 18, 2019

The Duluth City Council has voted to approve an ordinance creating smoke-free zones for any city-owned or operated building, indoor or outdoor recreational facility.

 

Alcohol – council’s ‘favorite subject’ – comes up again with new rules possible

Walton Tribune

September 17, 2019

Since March, the city of Loganville’s alcohol rules have lurched to and fro more than a drunk staggering through an alley.

 

Snellville passes new regulations for short-term rentals like Airbnb

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

September 17, 2019

Snellville City Council has passed new regulations for short-term rentals, including Airbnb.

 

City Council to level moratorium

Walton Tribune

September 12, 2019

The Loganville City Council will likely approve a 60-day moratorium on rezones to R-22 Overlay, the city’s densest zoning classification.

 

Crosswalk in downtown Braselton wins state award

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

September 11, 2019

Members of Braselton’s Downtown Development Authority and town staff recently accepted a “Best Design-Placemaking Award” of the year from the Georgia Downtown Association for the library crosswalk on Davis Street.

 

Lawrenceville to begin phase 2 of college corridor

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

September 10, 2019

Lawrenceville is set to begin construction on phase 2 of its 2.2-mile linear park that will connect Georgia Gwinnett College with the city’s downtown district. The $10 million project will include a 2.2-mile roadway with multi-use trails, bike paths, roundabouts and landscaping.

 

Suwanee 2020 budget increases by 2.2 percent

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

September 10, 2019

Suwanee’s $13,766,780 FY2020 budget includes 106 full-time and 17 part-time positions, including one new position and five position upgrades.

 

First craft brewery coming to downtown Norcross

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

September 5, 2019

In a unique partnership, Social Fox Brewing will work with nearby restaurants to complement their beverage options and in turn allow brewery patrons to order in food.

 

Suwanee to allow mixed drinks outdoors at Town Center

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

September 5, 2019

The Suwanee City Council recently voted to approve two amendments to the alcohol ordinance. The first will expand the Town Center entertainment district to reflect new construction across Buford Highway.

 

Duluth considering quiet zones near railroad crossings

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

September 4, 2019

A quiet zone is a section of a rail line at least one‐half mile in length where horns are not routinely sounded when trains are approaching the crossing.

 

Duluth’s Nancy Harris guaranteed fourth term as city’s mayor

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

September 4, 2019

In addition to Harris, voters will reelect Kelvin J. Kelkenberg and Greg Whitlock to their city council posts since no other candidates qualified to run in the Nov. 5 municipal election.

 

Suwanee’s millage rate remains 4.93 mills, same rate as past 7 years

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

September 4, 2019

The approved millage rate of 4.93 is higher than the calculated rollback rate of 4.709 mills and is anticipated to generate a 4.69 percent increase in property tax revenues due to growth from property value reassessments.

 

Braselton council to decide on new housing at Chateau Elan

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

September 4, 2019

In addition, as the Planning Director reports, the design standards proposed appears to conflict with the existing residential character and standards of both the abutting and greater Chateau Elan community.

 

Officials seeking reelection in Berkeley Lake will run unopposed

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

August 29, 2019

Incumbent candidates Mayor Lois Salter and City Council Members Bob Smith and Rebecca Spitler qualified without opposition and will automatically be reelected.

 

Norcross residents will choose from two for mayor

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

August 28, 2019

Norcross residents will vote Nov. 5 to either re-elect incumbent Mayor Craig Newton or challenger and current council member Chuck Paul as the city’s next mayor.

 

Yarn-bombing contest targets downtown Jonesboro

Clayton News Daily

August 27, 2019

To bring attention to downtown Jonesboro's new Arts District, the city is holding a Yarn Bomb Contest. Knitters, crocheters, weavers and others of a common thread are invited to send in their proposed designs.

 

Lawrenceville’s David Still to run unopposed for mayor

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

August 26, 2019

Lawrenceville Council Member and former Downtown Development Authority Member David Still is the only candidate to qualify to run for mayor in the Nov. 5 municipal election. In addition, Victoria Jones will continue in her current position on the city council as the only qualifying candidate for Council Post 2.

 

New car wash proposed at corner of Braselton parkway

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

August 23, 2019

The proposed automatic, tunnel type car wash on 1.16 acres would be an outparcel to a larger development adjacent to the property.

 

Snellville Mayor Bender to run unopposed; council seats contested

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

August 23, 2019

Snellville Mayor Barbara Bender, who was appointed to finish former Mayor Tom Witts term, will run unopposed to continue as the city’s leader. Six candidates have qualified to fill two open city council seats.

 

Norcross partners with life sciences trade association

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

August 21, 2019

According to Norcross Economic Development Coordinator, Tara Smith, there are over 88 biomedical and life science-related businesses in the Norcross area. These firms have some of the city’s highest paying positions with an average pay of $74,000.

 

Duluth to adjust stormwater fees to fund needed improvements

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

August 21, 2019

The new funding model will allow the city to make strategic, timely, and cost-conscious decisions about repairs to the city’s stormwater infrastructure over the next 15 years.

 

Two major projects fail to get green light in Braselton

MainStreet News

August 20, 2019

The new owners of Chateau Elan are requesting a master plan amendment for 48 acres near the winery. The proposal that came before the council was largely different than when the request was first brought before the Braselton Planning Commission.

 

Loganville welcomes Tim Johnson as new interim fire chief

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

August 15, 2019

Johnson has been a firefighter for almost 25 years, beginning his career as a volunteer with the Loganville Fire Department.

 

Sugar Hill seeking high school students for Youth Council

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

August 14, 2019

Students should be willing to engage Sugar Hill’s mayor and city council as well as their student bodies and attend city council meetings.

 

Lawrenceville renews $100,000 wood pole replacement contract

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

August 14, 2019

With approval of this labor contract $290,000 will be remaining in the project. Lawrenceville maintains more than 4,000 utility poles.

 

Suwanee proposes flat millage rate

Access North Georgia

August 13, 2019

According to the city, recent property assessments mean the flat rate would cause an estimated 4.69 percent increase in residents' property taxes.

 

New storm drain planned for Lauren Kay Court in Lawrenceville

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

August 12, 2019

This stormwater project includes demolition and removal of the existing storm drain system and installation of a new drain system with pre-cast headwalls.

 

Qualifying nears for Nov. 5 election

MainStreetNews

August 9, 2019

Braselton and Hoschton both have seats up for grabs in this year's election. Two in each city.

 

Lawrenceville currently charting entire electrical system

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

August 9, 2019

This data will be used to determine areas of strengths and weaknesses and help the city plan for future improvements in the most cost-efficient way.

 

Braselton project would combine housing, commercial and distribution

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

August 9, 2019

The plan requests re-zoning the two parcels into a split zoning of 9.53 acres for general commercial, 32.5 acres for multi-family housing, and 35.28 acres for manufacturing and distribution.

 

Loganville tax rate will fall

Walton Tribune

August 7, 2019

Finance director Natalie Warnack and City Manager Danny Roberts announced the city would take the rollback tax rate this year at Monday’s city council work session.

 

Suwanee to update pedestrian and bicycle plan

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

August 7, 2019

In 2011 the updated and renamed Pedestrian and Bicycle Plan provided a guide for prioritization and implementation of pedestrian and bicycle facilities to make Suwanee more walkable and bikeable.

 

Norcross lights up downtown for Purple Heart recipients

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

August 7, 2019

Norcross has wrapped the trees on the center crosswalk of South Peachtree Street in purple lights, as well as installed purple uplighting on their Champion American Elm tree in Betty Mauldin Park.

 

Dacula intersection to be named after a former mayor

Access North Georgia

August 6, 2019

According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Senator P.K. Martin and Representative Chuck Efstration, who both represent Dacula, presented resolutions asking that the new interchange at U.S. 29 and Harbins Road be named after the late mayor Jimmy Wilbanks.

 

Norcross wants to know apartment residents’ interest in homeownershi

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

August 5, 2019

LiveNorcross aims to create a more inclusive, welcoming and prosperous community for all Norcross residents.

 

Italian manufacturer to open first U.S. facility in Buford

Gainesville Times

August 2, 2019

Gov. Brian Kemp announced Thursday, Aug. 1, that Rivacold, a manufacturer of refrigeration systems, will create 140 jobs and invest $5 million in a new facility in Buford. The jobs will include skilled positions in manufacturing.

 

Buford to set 2019 millage rate, 2020 budget

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

August 2, 2019

Buford commissioners are proposing a 2019 millage rate of 12.70 mills which will result in an increase in property taxes of 7.11 percent.

 

Duluth announces qualifying dates for candidates

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

August 1, 2019

Individuals interested in running to succeed Mayor Nancy Harris will pay a qualification fee of $288. Candidates interested in qualifying for either Council Post 4 to succeed Kelvin “Kelly” Kelkenberg or Council Post 5 to succeed Greg Whitlock will need $180.

 

Suwanee sets dates and fees to qualify as candidate for Nov. election

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

July 31, 2019

In addition to completing qualifying forms, individuals intending to run for office will be required to pay a qualification fee of $450 for mayor and $270 for council member.

 

Suwanee launches "Art for All" campaign to raise funds for new public art installations

Access North Georgia

July 29, 2019

The release said that Suwanee's wide array of public art is funded solely through sponsor support, with no tax dollars being used.

 

Aerospace systems company relocating, expanding to Norcross

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

July 25, 2019

Zodiac Data Systems (Safran Aerosystems), a provider of testing instrumentation, telemetry and space communications, will relocate and expand to 3005 Business Park Drive in Norcross. The company will be adding 6 new jobs bringing the total employment at this location to 25 to 31 employees.

 

Loganville city hall receives defibrillator

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

July 24, 2019

“Eastside Medical Center is proud to support the City of Loganville and local first responders in their efforts to create and sustain a safe and healthy community,” Eastside Medical Center CEO Trent Lind said.