Gwinnett Place CID elects new board member, names new vice chair

Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District, a self-taxing district that uses additional commercial property taxes to accelerate infrastructure improvements, security enhancements and economic development in the Gwinnett Place area, elected one new board member and named a new vice chairman during its annual Caucus of Electors on April 12.

Brett DeLoach, general manager for Sonesta Gwinnett Place Atlanta and Sonesta ES Suites Gwinnett Place, was voted on the board and will serve a three-year term. The board’s new vice chairman is Trey Ragsdale, manager of government and community relations for Kaiser Permanente in Georgia. Ragsdale replaces James Song as vice chairman who completed his current board term.

The CID also announced the launch of a redesigned website. The new site, which is easier to navigate and mobile-friendly, has the most current content on active, and completed projects, blog posts, photos of the area and information on available space, redevelopment opportunities and incentives in Gwinnett Place.

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