Lawrenceville residents approved Sunday brunch bill during Tuesday election.

Lawrenceville residents approve Sunday brunch bill 

Lawrenceville voters on Tuesday approved a brunch bill that will allow restaurants in the Gwinnett County seat to serve alcohol at 11 a.m. on Sundays.

“Economists have shared that the passage of this referendum in local communities can positively impact businesses by nearly half-a-million in collective gross sales annually,” Mayor Judy Jordan Johnson said in a release.

“We are thankful for a pro-business citizenry that continues to move Lawrenceville Forward,” the mayor said.

Snellville, another Gwinnett city, also approved the brunch bill on Tuesday. 

Final election results will be verified by Friday. The earlier sales will begin April 1, Lawrenceville said. 

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