Edited, 11:26 a.m.
The Norcross City Council will meet Monday for its October policy work session.
The meeting will take place at 6:30 p.m. on the second floor conference room of Norcross City Hall, located at 65 Lawrenceville St.
The following items are on the agenda:
-A revisit of the digital display reader board, which has been debated in past sessions and was tabled in the September city council meeting. The item proposes that the city's current reader board, located by the railroad tracks on Jones Street, be replaced with an LED screen.
-A gateway sign at Buford Highway and Holcomb Bridge Road, which was first proposed at the September policy work session. The sign would be similar to the aforementioned digital board proposed for Jones Street.
-Also discussed at last month's policy work session that's on the October agenda is the proposal to support the Norcross Alliance and the Norcross Arts Center. The council discussed the topic at length during the last meeting.
-Adding to and revising the existing gateway sign at Holcomb Bridge Road and Peachtree Industrial Boulevard, which was also discussed in September.
-The rezoning of an office showroom and sales business at 2350 Beaver Ruin Rd.
-A special use permit for a business to operate an automotive tire store
-A feasibility study for the restoration of the Barton Street Waterworks Facility
-A special alcohol permit for downtown's Third Thursday Arts Party events
-Emergency roof repair for Norcross City Hall
-A license agreement model pole attachments
-A budget amendment for parks maintenance
-An ordinance/resolution for establishing a vacant or foreclosed real property registry
-Intergovernmental agreement for the Gwinnett County Energy Excise Tax
-A resolution to adopt the revised emergency operations plan for Gwinnett County and the municipalities
For the full agenda, download the document from the city of Norcross website.
- Do the Arts Need More City Support in Norcross?
- How Would You Solve the Truck-Railroad Issue at Holcomb Bridge?
- Norcross City Council Split on Digital Reader Board
- Should Norcross Replace its Reader Board With a Digital One?