It looks like the Gwinnett Village CID will be improving the district for another term.
Under the Gwinnett County Community Improvement Districts Act, every CID has to be renewed every six years through a vote. The property owners who pay CID taxes become a caucus of electors for this decision to dissolve or renew the district.
All the owners who attended the April 12th meeting voted unanimously for having the CID around for another six years.
"I think they're doing great work, and they're bringing a great service to the community," said board member Lisa Reeves of Post 2. Reeves explained that she's excited about the future projects such as the .
An examination and memorandum was prepared for the meeting as an overview of what the Gwinnett Village CID has done since its founding in 2006.
Other noteworthy items that were covered in the meeting:
- The Atlanta Regional Commission awarded $48,000 in LCI supplemental funds for the bike and pedestrian connectivity study on Jimmy Carter Boulevard and Indian Trail Road. Specifically, the CID aims to make a safe pedestrian way between Greater Atlanta Christian School and its newly purchased building across the street.
- Reported crime is continuing to decline in the Gwinnett Village district area.
- Sen. Curt Thomas, who's also the secretary of the CID board of directors, has retired from the board.
- Vice Chairman Bruce LeVell retired from the board.
- Major Dennis Spradley with the Gwinnett County Police Department was recognized with an award for working in the nearby district for 30 months. He recently moved onto the Dacula district.
- Shiv Aggarwal of Post 6 and Michael Deming of Post were both re-elected for another three years. Other re-elections include Aggarwal as the chairman and Chris Braun as the CID treasurer. Deming was appointed as the vice chairman and Emory Morseberger, who had been the assistant secretary, took over Thomas' position as secretary. Tim Le of Exit Realty is the new assistant secretary.