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Georgia, U.S.A.
Welcome to Berkeley Lake, Georgia.
In 1956, Berkeley Lake was a summer retreat, but is now a thriving community of a very affluent population. The city is centered round the 88-acre Lake Berkeley, and is home to barely 2,000 of the wealthiest people in Georgia. The picturesque town is known for being environmentally conscious and progressive, with a bird and wildlife sanctuary. It has been designated as a Tree City USA for the past years, and the residents of the community are working diligently to keep it that way. People in Berkeley Lake comprise a high standing mix of entrepreneurs, corporate executives and other high-power professionals, as well as several successful artists and writers. Frank Coggins developed the land around Berkeley Lake in the 1940s, and the lake itself is one of the largest earthen dams in the state. Lake Berkeley was named after Mr. Coggins' Berkeley Blue Granite Quarries in Elberton. For many years, the city was a summer getaway mainly comprising fishing cottages and a few permanent homes. A passionate core of residents closely guarded the community around the lake, and in 1953 they formed the Lake Berkeley Civic Association. The organization brought necessities to the town like electricity and telephone lines and other things that would help secure its eventual charter. In 1956, the City of Berkeley Lake was incorporated in Gwinnett County. Being a former resort, there is not much do to but relax in the Berkeley Lake, but thanks to the large number or artists and other media you can often catch an elegant exhibition at the Blue Heron Gallery!
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