The Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District 2016 annual report has been released by the Board of Directors and is available online. The report is designed to update the CID’s partners, stakeholders and community members on the organization’s accomplishments in the past year and to provide details on future plans.
Topics covered in the annual report include:
- Businesses that have opened or expanded operations in Gwinnett Place
- Transportation infrastructure improvement projects
- Public safety and community beautification efforts
- Feasibility studies identifying ways to better connect the area’s parks, residential and commercial locations, and recreational destinations
The Board is proud of the CID’s accomplishments, and the focus remains on the necessary work ahead to meet our goals of creating a more walkable, sustainable and economically viable community. We look forward to leveraging the area’s strengths in order to tell the Gwinnett Place story.
The CID also voted in two new board members during the annual Caucus of Electors as a part of its April board meeting. The new members are Trey Ragsdale, Manager of Government and Community Relations for Kaiser Permanente in Georgia, and Craig Hudson, Customer Experience Director at Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health. They will serve a three-year term, and join five other board members working to enhance the vitality of Gwinnett Place through future improvement projects and by engaging more property owners to participate in the overall redevelopment efforts of the greater Gwinnett Place district. Click to view the full press release.