Lula got a new city councilman on Monday evening.
Source: Gainesville Times | Posted: Mar. 20, 2019
With a unanimous vote the Lula City Council passed a resolution Monday night adopting a measure that puts the city in a position to better sponsor and manage strong anticipated growth in the coming decades.
Source: Access North Georgia | Posted: Mar. 19, 2019
Lula is taking another step to prepare for growth by establishing a development authority that reaches outside downtown.
Source: Gainesville Times | Posted: Mar. 18, 2019
“Tonight, we had the chance to celebrate Mordecai Wilson’s 94th birthday,” said Mayor Jim Grier. “Mordecai has been a valued member of this council for the last 17 years.
Source: Access North Georgia | Posted: Mar. 12, 2019
The City of Lula is getting ready for the future, putting itself in the best possible position to control its own destiny when the soft sounds of promised growth become the thunder of new jobs and new housing and growing public demands on infrastructure.
Source: Access North Georgia | Posted: Feb. 12, 2019
The city of Lula is updating its comprehensive plan, which will guide development in the city, and officials want local input on growth in Lula.
Source: Gainesville Times | Posted: Feb. 5, 2019
Matthew Hamby is the sole candidate to sign up for the March 19 special election, according to City Clerk Rosemary Totty.
Source: AccessWDUN.com | Posted: Jan. 10, 2019
Matthew Hamby was the sole qualifier for the city council post vacated in August by Vince Evans, according to City Clerk Rosemarry Totty.
Source: AccessWDUN.com | Posted: Jan. 8, 2019
Lula officials won’t receive the formal presentation until January, but that’s not stopping city leaders from celebrating Lula’s designation as a PlanFirst Community.
Source: Access North Georgia | Posted: Dec. 11, 2018
Business went as usual for the Lula City Council Monday evening. However, for visitors to the voting session it was something happening outside city hall at the start of the meeting that generated conversation as to what - if anything - could be done.
Source: Access North Georgia | Posted: Nov. 21, 2018