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The Lawrenceville Neighborhood Alliance mission is to help
Lawrenceville become a signature city.
Our Goals are to:
- Provide a communication network among the residents
who live in the City of Lawrenceville.
- Provide relevant and timely information about what is
happening that can impact our quality of life.
- Provide a unified voice to the city council of local and
- Focus on QUALITY OF LIFE and sustainability of the city.
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Important upcoming dates:
March 1 thru May 31 - Great American Cleanup
April 16 - City Council work session
|Crime - type of crime
||2/26/14 - 3/28/14
|Assault with a deadly weapon
|Breaking & entering
Neighborhood Gathering Sponsored by LNA
On February 27th, the LNA sponsored its first "neighborhood gathering." The gathering was held for three communities located between GA Highway 20 South and Simonton Road. Fifteen residents from Park Place, St. Lawrence Plantation, and Waverly Woods attended the meeting. Tom Combs, LNA President and Beverly Dryden, LNA Director, assisted with sign-ins, name tags, and introduction of speakers.
Gerald Martin, LNA Board Member, reviewed the Park Place construction project that was approved by the City Council. The project is for $1.6 million for sidewalks, lighting, drainage, curbs and gutters, and traffic calming. Mr. Martin also encouraged residents to get involved with the Neighborhood Watch program.
Tom Combs Keith Roche
Keith Roche, Lawrenceville City Councilman, provided excellent background and insight on the recent Council decision to contract out the commercial code envorcement ordinances. Mr. Roche expects a turn around in code enforcement. The project is to begin immediately.
One of the objectives of the meeting was to assist and encourage the residents to form an "Information Tree" for dissemination of information and also provide a venue to neighborhood concerns.
Gerald Martin Bill Perkins
Bill Perkins, LNA Board Member and fellow Park Place resident, encouraged residents to find a way to keep their neighborhood informed. Many in attendance committed to reach out to their neighbors by collecting contact information. LNA provided the initial communications by mailing flyers and letters to all residents. Follow up meetings will be held at the Ingles store on Grayson Highway. We thank Ingles for using their cafe as a meeting place.
Great American Cleanup
March 1 – May 31, 2014
Keep America Beautiful's Great American Cleanup is the nation's largest annual community improvement program. For three months during the spring, over 4 million volunteers and concerned citizens in communities all across the nation work together to beautify neighborhoods, reduce waste, initiate recycling programs, plant trees and gardens, and so much more. The Great American Cleanup Gwinnett Challenge is hosted locally by Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful, and we want 2014 to be our best year ever! Together, we can instigate lasting change in an effort to make Gwinnett the best place to live, work, and play.
In order to make this happen, we need YOU to take part in The 2014 Great American Cleanup Gwinnett Challenge! It's open to businesses, local governments, school groups, churches, civic groups, athletic teams, and individuals. Getting involved is not only rewarding… it's easy!:
- Take the Pledge!: Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful's I Pledge Program means you are committed to being an environmental steward… caring for the land, water and community every day. You pledge to “live green” by changing your habits and practices at home, school, work and play – not just during the three months of the Great American Cleanup, but year-round.
- Take Your Pick! : Choose at least one activity from our Gwinnett Challenge Activity List -OR- design a Great American Cleanup activity of your own imagining.
- Take a Peek! : Please review our Rules and Guidelines for participation.
- Take a Stand! : Register your project idea online or submit a Project Registration Form via fax to 770-822-5179. Then, be sure to complete your project by May 31, 2014.
- Take Photos! : As you and your team work together on your project, snap some candid photos and send them our way at email@example.com . Don't forget to tell us who you are and what project you are tackling. You might just see them featured on the Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful Facebook and/or Flickr pages!
- Take a Bow! : Submit your Post-Project Results Form via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or via fax at 770-822-5179 by June 6, 2014 for recognition and consideration for CASH PRIZES!
Community Based Mentoring
Michael K. Hinton, School Leadership and Operations Assistant, is asking for help with Gwinnett's community based mentoring program. This program's mission is to provide social and academic mentoring for identified at-risk students.
Mr. Hinton is seeking corporate sponsors, community organizations and individuals who are willing to support this worthy program in the form of
* Monetary donations
* Volunteers and prospective mentors.
Persons interested in additional information should attend one of our information and training sessions.
When: May 21, 2013 7 PM or June 13, 2013, or June 25, 2013
Where: 52 Gwinnett Drive, City of Lawrenceville (next to Lawrenceville Elementary)
RSVP: Joann Baker 770-682-8086 or email@example.com Information: visit www.gwinnett.k12.ga.us Click on mentoring under the Quick links heading.
Lawrenceville Neighborhood Alliance
It's Time to Spring into Action!
According to City of Lawrenceville Councilman Bob Clark , there are a dozen good neighbor practices that promote harmony and pride in our community. These practices keep our neighborhood clean, neat and enhance property values.
Good practices make good neighbors.
1. Smile and wave to other drivers or pedestrians.
2. Keep speed in the neighborhood under the speed limit of 25 mph.
3. Place trash for pick-up at the top of your driveway on the evening before or day of pickup. Pick up newspapers each morning.
4. Retrieve garbage cans the afternoon of pickup and store out of sight.
5. On a weekly basis, mow and trim around trees, driveway edges, and the street curb.
6. Keep your home and mailbox repaired and painted. Place house number so that it is visible from the street.
7. Park only on hard surfaces in the front of your home and on hard or gravel surfaces to the side or rear of your home.
8. Keep your driveway in good repair.
9. Do not park routinely or overnight on neighborhood streets.
10. Park work trucks at work, no in residential driveways.
11. Keep radio, television, or powered music sounds inside your home or very low outside your home.
12. Store household or yard care equipment and material out of sight.
Good practices make neighborhoods shine.
Interested in being appointed to one of the City's boards or commissions?
A number of citizens have expressed interest in being involved with the planning and operations of the City. If you would like to be considered for a seat on one of the City's boards or commissions, fill out the on-line application here.