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Gwinnett County, Georgia

 

Gwinnett County is a suburban county located in the U.S. state of Georgia. It was created on December 15, 1818. Gwinnett county is the state's 42nd county. As of the 2000 census, the population was 588,448 but the explosive growth seen through out the first decade of the 21st century has pushed the population to 808,167 as of 2009, making it the second most populated county in the state of Georgia after Fulton County. The county seat and largest city is Lawrenceville. The county was named for Button Gwinnett, one of the delegates who signed the United States Declaration of Independence on behalf of Georgia. This county is within the five-county core part of the Atlanta Metropolitan Area (Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area). It contains many suburbs of Atlanta, many of whose residents commute using the major highway, Interstate 85. Despite recent efforts of forming a public bus system, the average commute time in Gwinnett County is 30.8 minutes, ranking it the highest in metropolitan Atlanta and 18th highest nationwide (2003 census).

 

Gwinnett County's population is approximately 18.3 percent of the total Atlanta region population and has captured 26% of the region's growth since 2000, growing faster numerically than any other county in the region for the past 25 years running. It was the third-largest county on the list of 100 fastest-growing counties in the nation from 2000–2004.Gwinnett County Public Schools is the largest school system in Georgia and the fastest-growing in the Southeastern United States, with 113 total school facilities and a projected 2007–2008 enrollment of 159,258 students.

 

 

Lawrenceville, Georgia

Lawrenceville is a city in and the county seat of Gwinnett County, Georgia, in the United States. The 2000 census recorded the city's population as 22,397. The Census Bureau estimates the 2008 population at 29,258. Lawrenceville has six ZIP codes (30042-30046, 30049); it is part of the 678/770/404 telephone area code, which is used throughout metropolitan Atlanta. Lawrenceville was incorporated by an act of the Georgia General Assembly on 15 December 1821. This makes Lawrenceville one of the oldest cities in the Metro Atlanta Area. The city is named after Commodore James Lawrence, commander of the Frigate Chesapeake during the War of 1812. In 1821 a permanent site for the county courthouse was selected and purchased, the four streets bordering the square were laid out along with other streets in the village, and a public well was dug. Major Grace built the first permanent courthouse, a brick structure, in 1823-24 for a cost of $4,000. The courthouse presently on the square was constructed in 1885.William Maltbie, the town’s first postmaster, suggested the name “Lawrenceville” in honor of Captain James Lawrence, a naval commander during the War of 1812. Lawrence, a native of New Jersey, is probably best known today for his dying command, "Don't give up the ship!"

 

The two most famous people born in Lawrenceville gained their fame elsewhere. Charles Henry Smith, born in 1826, left as a young man and lived most of his life in other Georgia towns. Beginning during the Civil War, he wrote humorous pieces for Atlanta newspapers under the name Bill Arp. He has been described as the South's most popular writer of the late 19th century, though he is not much read today. Ezzard Charles, born in Lawrenceville in 1921, grew up in Cincinnati, where opportunities for African-Americans were far better at the time than in the Deep South. He eventually was heavyweight boxing champion of the world. As a boy, Oliver Hardy lived in downtown Lawrenceville around 1900. But the future movie star's stay was brief. His family moved often within Georgia. Lawrenceville was one of many venues in the nation where Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt faced obscenity charges in the late 1970s. On March 6, 1978, during a lunch break in his Lawrenceville trial, he and his local attorney Gene Reeves were shot by a sniper near the courthouse. Both survived, though Flynt was seriously disabled. Imprisoned serial killer Joseph Paul Franklin claims to have been the shooter, but he did not make the claim until years after the crime, and he has never been charged in the case. A heavily fictionalized treatment of the shooting can be seen in the 1996 movie The People vs. Larry Flynt.

 

Historically significant buildings in downtown Lawrenceville include the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse and Lawrenceville Female Seminary. Also downtown are various landmarks and antique locations. The downtown area includes many restaurants like UpTown Café, Corner Stop Café, Cosmo’s Original Little Italy Pizza, and McCray’s Tavern on the Square. Downtown also offers valuable living on the square with the new "Cornerstone On The Square" condos and townhomes. Lawrenceville's revitalization plan was strengthened in 2005 when the city crafted a unique partnership with the Aurora Theatre (Gwinnett county's only professional theatre), which relocated from the nearby town of Duluth to a permanent site in downtown Lawrenceville in May 2007 for the opening of its eleventh season. Another theater is GTC on Gwinnett Drive. The Aurora Theatre also conducts Lawrenceville Ghost Tours--a 90 minute walking tour of the historic downtown area lead by professional storytellers. Ghost tour guides recount town lore and legends including Lawrenceville's role in the trial of Larry Flynt and the kidnapping of Barbara Jane Mackle.

 

Elementary Schools

  • Cedar Hill Elementary School (Central Gwinnett)

  • Lawrenceville Elementary School (Central Gwinnett)

  • Simonton Elementary School (Central Gwinnett)

  • Margaret Winn Holt Elementary School (Central Gwinnett)

  • Benefield Elementary (Berkmar)

  • Woodward Mill Elementary School

  • Lovin Elementary School

Middle Schools

  • Central Gwinnett Cluster Middle School (Central Gwinnett) (opening in August 2011)

  • J.E. Richards Middle School (Central Gwinnett)

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Suwanee, Georgia

Suwanee is a city in Gwinnett County, Georgia. The population was 8,725 at the 2000 Census. The City of Suwanee estimates in 2009 that approximately 16,712 people live within the City limits. Suwanee was the practicing home of the Atlanta Falcons football team from 1979 to 2001 and was voted among the Top 10 Best Places to Live by Money in 2007. Portions of Forsyth County and Fulton County also have Suwanee and its zip code (30024) as a mailing address. Award-winning Suwanee is a friendly, progressive community committed to maintaining a high-quality of life for its approximately 16,000 residents. We're proud of the numerous awards our community's efforts have garnered over the past several years. And we're delighted to have been recognized by Money Magazine as one of the country's best small communities in which to live in 2007. Most of all, though, we're gratified that our residents and business owners are proud to call Suwanee "home." Located about 30 miles north of Atlanta, Suwanee is well-known around the region for its distinctive parks, crowd-pleasing events, and high-quality mixed-use developments. Like many Gwinnett County communities, Suwanee began as a small agricultural town with strong ties to the railroad. Today, the City works hard to retain its charm and sense of neighborliness and to manage growth in smart, innovative ways. Our quality of life is outstanding. Suwanee offers a variety of housing options that fit an array of lifestyles. Our youngest citizens are served by the Gwinnett County Schools System, the largest public school system in Georgia and largely regarded as the finest. We have more than 500 acres of parkland and miles of walking and biking trails, much of which was preserved and created by the City of Suwanee through a voter-approved, award-winning open space initiative. Our emerging Town Center is an attractive community "front yard" where our residents and others from throughout the metro area gather for events, to shop and eat, or simply to relax and play. Whether you're passing through, spending a few days, or thinking about moving in, welcome to Suwanee, Georgia - a community where you can play hard...live well...and smile more.

 

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