Speak Out: New Year's Resolution for Lilburn

What things would you like to see take place in Lilburn in 2013.

Now that 2012 has come to a close, it's time to look forward into the new year.

Personally, that could be resolving to work out more, to travel more, to start a family, or anything else. 

As residents of Lilburn, we want to know what you hope for the city as it moves into 2013.

-- Put your ideas in the comment section below. --

Do you want more community events, or business-related seminars? Do you think the city (and surrounding area) needs more coffee shops, or more places with free Wi-Fi? Or, maybe you like the way things are going, and just hope for more progress.

Whatever it is, let us and your community leaders know by writing your ideas for Lilburn in the comment section. 

Happy New Year!

Thor Johnson January 02, 2013 at 01:29 PM
No more sneaky last minute Special Called City Council meetings. Allowing public comment at City Council meetings… WITHOUT PRIOR CENSORSHIP BY CITY STAFF. Mayor and City Council to embrace the “Spirit” of their responsibilities as elected representatives to the citizens and not HIDE behind Rules, Policy, Procedures and the lawyer WE pay. The City needs to STOP wasting our time and MONEY on Big League DREAMS and devote their energy to more promising business building efforts for Lilburn… Don’t we have a PAID staff member to do that? Where is he, what does he do?
Thomas Wight January 02, 2013 at 10:05 PM
Ralph Shead January 03, 2013 at 03:23 AM
Quit building sidewalks that are under utilized. Use the ,money to widen the roads and landscape. Does Lilburn really need a new city hall??.
Thomas Wight January 03, 2013 at 04:00 AM
No. Lilburn does not need a new city hall. Nor does Lilburn need more sidewalks. We need more functional urban open space that builds communities and increases liveable communities and property value.
Jennifer Bullock January 03, 2013 at 12:58 PM
What Lilburn needs is a downtown area that rivals that of our neighboring cities. The city of Lilburn loses my money every time I go to Tucker or Norcross for dinner. Even when I have guests here from out of town that's where I'm taking them.


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