Lilburn CID March 2018 Newsletter

Lilburn Community Improvement District March 2018 Newsletter

Owners Meeting
The March 13 Lilburn CID owners meeting was well attended, and members heard a state of the district update from Georgia House of Representatives Clay Cox (R- Lilburn) and then heard from Doug Stacks, director of planning and economic development for the City of Lilburn. Stacks provided the latest information on city plans, projects and recent land acquisitions to continue to improve the district. The final presentation by Eric Lusher, senior project manager of Transportation and Community Development – Pond, provided an overview of Gwinnett 2040, the County’s unified plan.

The Georgia Department of Community Affairs requires all counties and cities in Georgia to have a comprehensive plan, and the purpose of the Unified Plan is to provide a road map of how the County’s residents and other stakeholders want to see it grow and develop over the next 20 years.  Lusher described how the plan will help determine how transportation, housing, land use and economic development will work together.  If you’d like to review the plan, please click here.

Currently, the County is conducting a survey as part of the plan’s research phase.  If you’re interested in participating – click here to take a short survey before May 31.

Board Changes
The Lilburn CID is proud to announce that Lilburn City Council member Eddie Price replaced Norman Nash as the city appointee on the LCID board of directors. In addition, the owners elected Anand Mehta as board secretary. Congratulations to both!

CID Member News

Providence Christian was recently named a top STEM program in Georgia, right here in our CID!  The mission of Providence Christian Academy’s STEM Program is to provide excellence in Christ-centered education as an extension of the Christian home within the broad fields of STEM. They do so through a world-class curriculum provided by Project Lead The Way (PLTW), high-quality professional development and an engaged network of parents, alumni, partners, mentors and advisors.  Providence Christian Academy has three STEM Labs that are filled with the latest design software, robotics and cutting-edge equipment such as 3D printers. This program was recently covered in the Gwinnett Post.  Click here to read more.


Gwinnett Chamber – On Topic

On March 28, members of the LCID attended the Gwinnett Chamber’s On Topic Transportation Talk featuring Russell McMurry, Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Transportation and Chris Tomlinson, Executive Director of the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority.

There’s also been a great deal of interest in the development of a shuttle route from the Lilburn CID to the Centers for Disease Control’s campus on Clifton Road at Emory University. The meeting allowed the LCID to gain more information on the development of this critical link from the district. More to come!

Scott Kemp, CDC Community Transportation Services Lead, Brittany Barrett, Emory Assistant Director Transportation, Alan Chapman, Gwinnett DOT Department Director and Emory Morsberger, LCID President

200 Years and Going Strong!
Did you know Gwinnett is celebrating its 200th anniversary this year?  As part of the celebration, the County organized a torch run.  We were proud to have two relays through our district on March 12 at 3 p.m., and again on March 21 at 3 p.m.  The second run arrived at Lilburn City Hall.

Project Updates

Intersection Landscaping Project Location & Schedule

  • Rockbridge @ US 29 (Completed June 2017)
  • Killian Hill/Indian Trail @ US 29 (installation 2019)
  • Beaver Ruin @ US 29 (2019)
  • Indian Trail-Lilburn Rd median – near Hillcrest (installation TBD)

District Wide Cleanup occurs on Lawrenceville Hwy and Jimmy Carter Blvd. has increased from once a month to weekly. The boundaries within the city limits are covered by a joint effort between the CID and the City. Mowing occurs outside the city limits to supplement the GDOT and Gwinnett County mowing three times per year, but the LCID is working with both governments to increase the frequency to improve curb appeal.