Grayson appears to be tired of waiting. The city’s mayor and city council formally sent a request dated Oct. 16 to Gwinnett Commissioners requesting the dissolution of a speed hump agreement between Grayson and Gwinnett. The original agreement, dated Aug. 1, 1994, stated the county could install asphalt speed humps in residential areas to help slow drivers. The speed control devices would be installed, monitored and inspected by the county.
Per the request, Gwinnett Commissioners voted Nov. 28 to terminate the agreement. According to county documents, “the city has requested this termination to establish its own speed hump program.”