The Gwinnett Village CID welcomed two new faces to its board of directors Thursday morning at its monthly public meeting.
Michael Tuller and Phil Sadd are the new faces on the board, according to a press release frome the community improvement district. Sadd is the first appointment from Peachtree Corners and Tuller filled the vacant post as Gwinnett County's appointment.
"I'm excited to work for both of Phil and Mike," said Chuck Warbington, executive director for the Gwinnett Village CID, in the release. "They will be strong partners for the CID and their leadership will be invaluable as we continue our work to strengthen this community."
Tuller is a certified planning professional with more than 15 years of experience working in the metro Atlanta region. He recently formed his own firm, Chattahoochee Planning Associates, where he specializes in assisting local governments with their land use and transportation planning efforts.
Having worked and lived in Peachtree Corners for more than 20 years, Sadd is the new District 1 representative on the Peachtree Corners City Council. He is the senior vice president of sales for a local technology company and has served as the managing director of his company's first international subsidiary.
Community Improvement Districts are made up of commercial property owners who tax themselves in order to fund infrastructure, aesthetic and public safety projects in their community. At 14 square miles, the Gwinnett Village Community Improvement District is the largest in Georgia. The CID represents 550 commercial properties valued at over $1 billion.
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