Mayors Salter, Newton, and Mason are panel guests at Southwest Gwinnett Chamber's July breakfast meeting.
With Gwinnett poised for major economic development in the coming years, business owners in the Southwest sector of the County are curious about the local impact and upcoming opportunities.
On July 12, 2019, from 7:30 am – 9:00 am at the Hilton Atlanta Northeast, the Southwest Gwinnett Chamber's monthly breakfast meeting agenda will highlight a panel discussion with the mayors of Berkeley Lake, Norcross, and Peachtree Corners. The discussion is intended as an opportunity for area stakeholders to learn how their municipal leaders are addressing concerns and representing economic interests at the local, County and metro levels.
Mayor Lois Salter (Berkeley Lake), Mayor Craig Newton (Norcross) and Mayor Mike Mason (Peachtree Corners) represent cities touting both one of the biggest and smallest populations in Gwinnett, as well one of the County's newest and oldest incorporated municipalities. The panel will address concerns that cross town boundaries and potentially impact the area's overall economic health in 2019 and beyond. Mr. Jim Woods will moderate the discussion, posing pre-submitted questions as well as local- and County-level questions from the audience. "This is a great opportunity for our audience to be engaged in the direction being taken by our community," said Southwest Gwinnett Chamber chairman Weare Gratwick.
Reservations are recommended for this event and should be made no later than noon on Thursday, July 11. (ticket purchases at the door are subject to availability of seating.) To register, visit www.southwestgwinnettchamber.com or email Beth Coffey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT THE SOUTHWEST GWINNETT CHAMBER
The Southwest Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a healthy economy and to improve the quality of life in Berkeley Lake, Norcross and Peachtree Corners. The organization's broad objectives include (but are not limited to) increasing job opportunities and economic prosperity in the Southwest sector of Gwinnett County, providing a forum for addressing issues of importance to the area, and to represent the economic interests of these three communities at County and regional levels.