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On June 21, the Gwinnett Place, Gwinnett Village, Lilburn and Evermore community improvement districts all received grants for transportation infrastructure improvements totaling 3 million dollars. The funds were awarded from the Georgia State Road and Tollway Authority’s (SRTA) 2012 Georgia Transportation Infrastructure Bank (GTIB) grants. Final award approval rests with the board of the SRTA, who is chaired by Governor Nathan Deal. Of the GTBI, Governor Deal highlighted, “The GTIB program is a way for communities who are serious about...read more
The Lilburn Community Improvement District (CID) was awarded a $700,000 grant from the Georgia Department of Transportation. The grant will fund the development of a multi-use pedestrian trail. The grant originated from the Lilburn CID’s Highway 29 Corridor Study which has been approved by the Livable Centers Initiative and is therefore eligible for additional sources of funding. Lilburn CID is a collaboration of concerned citizens actively involved in community groups, committees, city and county government and committed to...read more