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Ongoing cleanup of the CID generates solid curb appeal results. But maintenance hasn’t fully addressed gutter spaces throughout the corridor until now. CID-contracted maintenance workers recently deployed a street sweeper to fully clear roadside gutters. The initial pass covered both sides of Lawrenceville Highway – 6.5 miles from Ronald Reagan Parkway to Jimmy Carter Blvd.…

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KEDPlasma, one of the world’s leading collectors of high-quality human blood plasma, recently opened its new plasma collection center on Lawrenceville Highway. With the addition, KEDPlasma owns and operates 13 plasma collection centers nationwide. KEDPlasma is a subsidiary of Kedrion Biopharma Inc., and it collects plasma to produce products for use in treating or preventing…

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Roundup of SPLOST improvements

Gwinnett County’s citizen committee on Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) agreed to funding allocations for a number of improvements in the greater Lilburn CID area. County Commissioners have not formally approved these allocations, and county staff still needs to prioritize the hundreds of projects. Schedules are unknown at this time. In the meantime,…

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Imagine a bustling town in Central or South America – the vendors, the shops, the meshing of languages and cultures. Now imagine that experience set in Gwinnett County, because that’s just what General Manager Joe Comonte and his associates envisioned three years ago when they started planning Plaza Las Americas in Lilburn. With one of…

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Leaders of the Lilburn CID sought opportunities to address much-needed traffic and safety improvements through the support of Gwinnett’s special purpose local option sales tax (SPLOST) funding. After months of submitting project concept plans and need justifications to the county’s Citizens Project Selection Committee, the Gwinnett Board of Commissioners approved the CID’s requests along with…

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Imagine having the option for professionals to easily access rapid transit – close to their Lilburn homes – for comfortably travel to high-paying tech and research facilities. This scenario may be a reality sooner rather than later as Gwinnett leaders ponder a new future for transit services. For the first time in 16 years, Gwinnett…

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Lilburn CID stakeholders Scott and Alicia Mecredy have owned and operated Music on Main Street (MOMS) in downtown Lilburn since May 2011 when they purchased the 1895 historic home at 113 Main Street. After a few months of interior renovations, they started offering music lessons, and it was obvious they were filling a community need.…

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The BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir celebrated its 10th anniversary with a visit from His Holiness Mahant Swami Maharaj from June 21 through July 7. During the two-weeks visit, an estimated three to four thousand BAPS devotees traveled to Lilburn to honor their spiritual leader and take part in daily activities and conferences. His Holiness oversaw…

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The Lilburn CID is providing 100% of the funding to complete much-needed landscaping improvements at three key Highway 29 intersections. This corridor makeover will drastically improve and further define our CID. Look for future updates as we make progress on these and other projects. Rockbridge Road & Indian Trail – This intersection was landscaped at…

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State Rep. Clay Cox recently delivered a legislative update to the Lilburn Business Association. According to Rep. Cox, this year’s budget is a record $25 billion. In this year’s spending plan, the Education Department will receive $9.4 billion or 38% of the budget to educate 1.7 million K-12 students in 2,267 schools. The Department of…

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Every year, Gwinnett County transportation employees rate the pavement status on about half of the county-maintained roads to determine those most in need of resurfacing. Gwinnett will resurface close to 170 miles of its roads this year –with roughly 70 miles inside the CID. About half of the $2 million needed for the work will…

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The CID has multiple projects in various stages of planning and completion, including those that require special permitting, new partnerships and additional funding resources. Please click here to download a snapshot update of the ongoing improvement efforts.

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Summer means more mowing, weed control and debris removal for the landscaping professionals contracted by the Lilburn Community Improvement District (CID). Crews regularly patrol the CID corridor to support a clean appearance of right-of-way spaces, and these visits increase during the warmest months. The CID also coordinates with the City of Lilburn and Gwinnett County…

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The Lilburn CID continues to grow through the addition of new member commercial properties. Executive Director Emory Morsberger’s efforts resulted in 48 parcels added to the CID from throughout the greater Lilburn area. These properties account for an assessed value of $35,125,200 with locations along Highway 29, Lilburn Industrial Boulevard and Arcado, Beaver Ruin, Burns,…

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Lilburn Trigg Myers must be having a good laugh. Myers, the railroad superintendent from Virginia who laid out the present day Lilburn in 1890, will soon have his likeness on hundreds of bottles of vodka produced just feet away from the railroad tracks he knew so well. More than a year ago, husband-and-wife team Paul…

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Recent rains are keeping the CID’s professional landscaping crews busy. Contractors are maintaining their efforts to keep the CID free of litter and debris, preserving the curb appeal of the business corridor. Mowing and weed control will also increase with the demand for more attention. These efforts come in addition to pending landscape installation work…

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Lilburn will host a day for recycling and disposing of unwanted materials as part of the Great American Cleanup on April 22 from 8 a.m. to noon in the city’s greenway parking lot (76 Main Street). Free electronics recycling, including cell phones ($15 for each TV and CRT monitor) Bulk trash (EXCLUDING yard waste, batteries,…

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Ground has broken and the foundation laid for a new medical complex at the intersection of Mimosa Drive and Highway 29. The $5 million building of nearly 15,000 square feet will serve as a plasma collection center operated by Kedplasma USA. The company is a subsidiary of Kedrion Biopharma, an international producer and distributor of…

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Gwinnett County is updating their Comprehensive Transportation Plan (CTP), Destination2040. Destination2040, funded by Gwinnett County and the Atlanta Regional Commission, is examining the many changes that have occurred in the County’s population, employment, land use, and development since the adoption of the 2008 CTP. After hearing from County’s residents during 2016, the planning team is…

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The Lilburn CID continues its focus on the district’s clean appearance with routine landscaping upkeep. The litter and debris removal work will occur in weekly sweeps beginning this year. In the meantime, CID-contract landscaping professionals just installed mulch in the median islands on Highway 29 from Postal Road to Ronald Reagan Parkway. Plans are also…

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The fourth annual Taste of Lilburn is set for Saturday, April 22 from 1 pm to 4 pm in the Nash Pavilion at Lilburn City Park. The event is a fundraiser for the Wynne-Russell Historic Home. The deadline for restaurant applications is March 1. More details available at LilburnEvents.com.

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Lilburn’s City Council recently approved a resolution making it possible for the Google Fiber high-speed internet provider to offer services within city limits. According to an update from the city, “The City of Lilburn received a request from Google Fiber to establish a franchise fee resolution, which would pave the way for Google Fiber to…

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Lilburn employers within a designated area can qualify for state income tax credits. When at least five new full-time positions are created, the business may qualify for credits of up to $3,500 per job, per year, for five years. In the Lilburn area, the tax credit area (as determined by census data) is located on…

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The CID is excited to announce the addition of the following commercial properties as district members: Sawa Trucking – 4354 Lilburn Industrial Way Owner, Sam Gebremeskel Gwinnett Graphics – 4234 Lilburn Industrial Way Owner, Jimmy Green Metal Finishers of Atlanta – 4493 Lilburn Industrial Way Owner, Katherine Carr Caribe Management Group – 4265 Lilburn Industrial…

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Lilburn CID Projects Update

The Lilburn CID is continuing to take the lead on enhancements that increase property values and create investment opportunities throughout the district. Here is a short update on a number of CID-sponsored initiatives: Lilburn Industrial Way: The CID is working with property owners and city leaders to reconstruct this commercial corridor to better serve businesses…

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The city of Lilburn and the efforts of its CID have gained substantial media attention. Our community is increasingly featured as a significant cultural destination with property owners committed to a greater economic future. Click the links below to see some of the publications featuring Lilburn and the CID. Atlanta Journal Constitution Georgia Trend Birmingham…

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The CID is forging new partnerships to bolster plans for district wide cleanups as well as pedestrian-focused improvements. CID organizers are pulling together a first-ever coalition of area apartment communities and homeowner associations to broaden support and participation. The CID expects to increase the frequency of litter removal and mowing in 2017, and cooperation with…

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Leaders of the Lilburn, Stone Mountain and Gwinnett Village CIDs continue to find areas of cooperation and coordination across their district and county boundaries. Unifying efforts targeting the spaces along Mountain Industrial Boulevard and Jimmy Carter Boulevard will contribute to single, unified Incredible Corridor serving all commercial property owners within the three CIDs. The Incredible…

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The Lilburn CID is expanding its maintenance program to keep the district clean. In the coming year, the CID plans to increase the frequency of litter and debris removal from twice monthly sweeps to a weekly schedule. Along with additional cleanups, the CID will increase the frequency of its mowing and weeding services. Currently, some…

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Landscaping professionals contracted by the Lilburn CID continue to maintain the clean appearance of roadways throughout the district. Crews are routinely mowing, removing debris and working to promote overall clean curb appeal.

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In the coming months, the Georgia Department of Transportation will launch the largest road improvement project in Georgia’s history, an undertaking that could impact commuters in the CID. New flyover ramps and collector-distributor lanes will dramatically realign the interchange of I-285 and Ga. 400 as part of a billion-dollar construction effort that will continue through…

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New City Hall Complex Open

The CID was pleased to join in the recent ribbon cutting and grand opening celebration for the new Lilburn City Hall complex and Gwinnett County Public Library. This historic event included Commission Chairman Charlotte Nash, Commissioner Lynette Howard, Mayor Johnny Crist and Lilburn City Manager Bill Johnsa and other elected officials along with many CID…

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[AJC, 06/16/2016] The Lilburn City Council voted unanimously for expansion of the Lilburn Community Improvement District, following prior approval by the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners. Read the full story here

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The Lilburn Community Improvement District (LCID) is seeking to implement traffic and pedestrian operational improvements at two locations on US Highway 29 (Lawrenceville Highway). The planning and engineering tasks requested from the consulting community will be utilized by the Lilburn Community Improvement District Board of Directors and Gwinnett County Department of Transportation in determining the…

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The Lilburn CID is undertaking a master planning process for the area around the BAPS Mandir Hindu Temple. The BAPS Mandir Temple is one of only five in the country, the largest Hindu temple outside of India and is Gwinnett County’s number one destination for tourism. The CID is working with BAPS Mandir Temple officials,…

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The Lilburn CID is pleased to announce the appointment of Emory Morsberger as its new Executive Director. Emory is very familiar with issues of importance to our community. Lilburn has been home to Emory, his wife and their seven daughters for the last 25 years. He also served the residents of Lilburn as their State…

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The Lilburn Community Partnership reached $105 million in property value with the addition of two Home Depot stores. They were the locations in Lilburn and the Jimmy Carter location at U.S. Highway 29 and Jimmy Carter. The goal to attain to form the district is $437 million, with work “on target” to reach that goal.…

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Aging Lilburn Aims for Overhaul

Metro Atlanta’s suburbs will not compete for the young professionals drawn to neighborhoods inside the Perimeter unless they can offer urban amenities. That challenge, incorporated into Gwinnett County’s new development plan, is driving efforts in Lilburn to create a community development district to finance an overhaul of the city’s aging commercial district. “We don’t have…

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A group of civic and business leaders from Lilburn have begun work to establish Gwinnett County’s fourth community improvement district. Community improvement districts, or CIDs, are made up of businesses and property owners who agree to tax themselves to generate money to pay for economic development and transportation related projects. The Lilburn CID would run…

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