The board for the Evermore Community Improvement District will vote Wednesday on its relocation to Stone Mountain as part of a push to save the Olympic tennis stadium.
Board members said the CID's move next to the stadium should add exposure to its efforts to keep the venue from the wrecking ball.
The move could begin as early as March, once the eight-member board officially votes on the matter.
Already, the CID has conducted an economic impact study showing that transforming the stadium into a multipurpose facility could bring $100 million over the next 10 years in additional jobs and commerce for the corridor, board member Kenny King has said.
The next step is a feasibility study to determine its long-term viability, he added.
The CID will meet at 2:30 p.m. at Inviting Events in Snellville.
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