Tucker Summit CID adds to board of directors

Tucker Summit Community Improvement District recently re-elected one board member and elected two new members. CONTRIBUTED
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Tucker Summit Community Improvement District recently re-elected one board member and elected two new members. CONTRIBUTED

Tucker Summit Community Improvement District (TSCID) recently announced two new board members and the reelection of a current member to the board of directors, according to a press release.

During the June 8 board meeting, Ackerman & Co. President Kris Miller was unanimously reelected to serve another three-year term, Jones Lang LaSalle’s (JLL) Executive Managing Director Stephen Bridges was also voted in as the newest member and gatc LP President and COO Carl Deckers was placed on the board of directors as the new City of Tucker appointee replacing Bill Kaduck.

In his 18-year tenure at gatc, Deckers has witnessed the incubator organization for international small businesses flourish and grow, and even more so since becoming a CID member in 2011. Deckers replaces Bill Kaduck, who is retiring as owner and founder of Microdesigns, as the City of Tucker’s board appointee.

“We are thrilled to welcome Stephen and Carl and have Kris return to our board of directors,” said TSCID President Emory Morsberger. “We have an extremely engaged board and their combined experience and dedication to improving our district are great assets to us, which helps make our district incredible!”

The next board meeting will be held on June 24 to vote on the proposal to levy the ad valorem tax of five mills for 2021.