By Dec. 31, local governments must decide if they will impose an energy excise tax that is intended to partially compensate for lost revenue resulting from a new state law that exempts energy manufacturers from from paying state and local energy sales taxes.
During the Sept. 27 work session, the Dacula City Council will discuss whether or not to adopt an energy excise tax intergovernmental agreement with Gwinnett County.
Also on Thursday night's agenda is an update regarding the status of a new sign for Dacula City Hall. City leaders are considering installing a programmable LED sign.
Other items on the Sept. 27 work session agenda include:
- Bid recommendation on Freeman Walk subdivision paving project.
- Bid recommendation on Superior Drive. Mobley Drive and Laura Lane road work.
- Discussion regarding the possible addition of sanitation fees to property tax bills.
The council meets at Dacula City Hall, located at 442 Harbins Road in Dacula. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.