Gwinnett County’s newest community improvement district has elected its first board of directors.
The Sugarloaf Community Improvement District is a group of commercial property owners who have agreed to pay an extra property tax for improvements in the Sugarloaf Parkway/I-85 area near Duluth. The Gwinnett Board of Commissioners recently approved the new district.
Now property owners have elected a board of directors:
•Post 1 - Joseph Macrina, COO, Wolverton & Associates.
•Post 2 - Chris Brown, senior vice president (Southeast region), Duke Realty.
•Post 3 - Brand Morgan, CEO, Brand Properties.
•Post 4 - Crawford Arnold, director, TPA Group.
•Post 5 - Jim Ezell, executive vice president, Retail Planning Corporation.
•Post 6 - Tom Wheeler, board of directors vice chairman, Wheeler/Brand.
Morgan will serve as chairman and Ezell will serve as vice chairman.
Other board officers include:
•Treasurer - Stan Hall, Gwinnett Sports Commission.
•Assistant Treasurer - Craig Brown, Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce.
•Secretary - Scott Meadows, Wheeler/Brand.
•Assistant Secretary - Norwood Davis, 12Stone Church.
A seventh district board member will be appointed by the Gwinnett Board of Commissioners.
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