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Lawrenceville council tables talk about United Methodist Village subdivision

Posted on September 14, 2020

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LAWRENCEVILLE — After discussing things for more than an hour, the Lawrenceville City Council tabled talk in regard to a subdivision at the former United Methodist Village, in the area of Cedar Street.

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