Let’s Celebrate The Men & Women In Support Of National Police Week & First Responders
As part of the DTL Happenings programming, the City of Lawrenceville encourages its citizens to Light Lawrenceville Blue for the fifth year in a row! In support of National Police Week and First Responders, we encourage residents and businesses to use blue bulbs to light the exterior of their home or business. Below is information on the type of bulb we selected after testing many. Please feel free to purchase it at your favorite retailer. Be sure to take photos of your home with your blue bulb in use and use the hashtag #LightLawrencevilleBlue on Instagram. For easy “cutting and pasting” into your browser, here is the detailed description of the bulb: Sunlite 80145 Blue LED A19 3 Watt Medium Base 120 Volt UL Listed LED Light Bulb lasts 25,000 Hours
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Showing Gwinnett County Worker Solomon Kang Some Love
Solomon is an Engineer IV and project manager for the Department of Water Resources. Since joining the department in January 2022, Solomon has taken on eight engineering and construction projects throughout the county including water production, water reclamation, and pump station facilities. Some of his responsibilities include ensuring projects meet the county’s water and sewer infrastructure needs, overseeing project budgets and schedules, and managing the quality of goods and services provided to the county.
“As a resident of Gwinnett County, my job is very rewarding because my work contributes to our mission to provide superior water services to the community I call home,” he said. “When I turn the faucet on at home, I try to remember that more than 600 of my coworkers are working hard, some overnight, to make sure we all have access to clean water.”
When he’s not at work, Solomon enjoys exploring Gwinnett County’s culturally diverse dining options with his family and friends. He especially enjoys frequenting Korean restaurants and cafes in Duluth and Suwanee, but he admits that he’s biased as a Korean American.
“I truly believe that Gwinnett County is the preferred community where everyone can thrive, and I’m very grateful that I get to live, work, and raise a family here.”