3-Story Apartments, Massage Ordinance on Loganville Council Agenda Monday

The Loganville City Council work session is at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 11. Items on the agenda include the 3-story apartment rezoning, removing the investigative fee in massage ordinance and several proposed city purchases.

The Loganville City Council meets at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 11, 2013, at City Hall for the February work session. The regular February City Council meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013. At that time, Loganville Mayor Ray Nunley is expected to give his state of the City address.

The public is invited to both meetings. Loganville City Hall is located at 4385 Pecan St., Loganville.

Monday's agenda is as follows:


a)    Planning & Development – Chairman Michelle Lynch

  • Case #R12-005 – Mahaffey Pickens Tucker, LLP – 31.75 acres on Old Zion Cemetery RM-8 to R22
  • Case #V12-006 – Mahaffey Pickens Tucker, LLP – 26.02 acres on Hwy 78 increased height and units/acre
  • Case #V13-001 – Colonial Buick GMC - 3965 Atlanta Highway – Change Materials for facings
  • Amendment to Massage Ordinance – To remove Investigative Fee
  • Updates / Reports

b)    Human Resources – Chairman Skip Baliles

  • Updates / Reports

c)     Finance – Chairman Mark Kiddoo

  • Updates / Reports

d)    Public Safety Committee – Chairman Rey Martinez

  • Phone System Purchase – Fire Department
  • SCBA Bottle Purchase – Fire Department
  • Bunker Gear Purchase – Fire Department
  • Updates / Reports

e)    Parks & Events – Chairwoman Michelle Lynch

  • 2013 Event Calendar
  • Anna Holbrook Rental Agreement
  • Updates / Reports

f)     Public Utilities –  Chairman Dan Curry

  • Equipment Quotes – Dump Truck and Mini-Trac
  • IGA Gwinnett County – Brand Road (Fiber Cable)
  • Gwinnett County Resolution – Brand Road CDBG (Water Line)
  • Updates / Reports

g)    Public Works / Highways & Streets –  Chairman Mike Jones

  • Lift Truck Purchase
  • Paving Bids – SPLOST
  • Southern Concrete Bids - SPLOST
  • Updates / Reports


  • Gwinnett County IGA – Ad Valorem Tax
  • Updates / Reports


  • Updates / Reports
Gladys Strickland February 11, 2013 at 04:36 PM
It is my understanding that the people wanting to build the 3-story apartment buildings want traffic to use Trident Trail which is basically a street going into the Loganville High School. Traffic would be a nighmare and students would be put in danger. We do not want 3-story apartment building next door to our high school and defiitely not feed onto the school street.
Dw Lipsey February 11, 2013 at 05:28 PM
Loganville doesn't need any 3 story apartment buildings anywhere.
Gladys Strickland February 15, 2013 at 06:13 PM
Does anyone know how the Council voted on the two agenda items concerning the 3-story apartment/homes? If so, please post. Thank you so much.


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