There were only two items on the agenda at Tuesday's meeting which City Council handled quickly before adjourning to executive session to discuss a real estate matter.
First on the list, the mayor and council approved sending the city's 2033 comprehensive plan to the Atlanta Regional Commission and Georgia Department of Community Affairs for review.
The city had begun working on the 20-year plan in January which involved organizing a citizen committee and holding a series of meetings and workshops seeking citizen input on the plan. It will eventually head back for the City Council to review and approve before being submitted to the State of Georgia.
The second agenda item was to consider approving the use of inmate labor from the Gwinnett County Detention Center to have litter picked up once a week on Peachtree Corners Circle between Holcomb Bridge Road and Peachtree Industrial Boulevard.
The daily rate charge is $310 said Diana Wheeler, Peachtree Corners' community development director who added that a number of municipalities use this service for picking up litter in the public right of ways. She said the inmates are in the custody of an armed officer while working on the roadways. Council voted unanimously to approve the action item.
The city had received a number of complaints from residents about litter and debris being dumped along this section of roadway.
The City Council then adjourned to executive session to discuss a land matter. The next council meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 3.