Gwinnett County’s budget for 2023 totals $2.27 billion, broken down into $1.78 billion for operating costs and $488 million for capital improvements.
County Business – Charlotte Nash
Sharing our good fortune with others is an important part of what defines us as Americans.
The great thing about the American free enterprise system is that anyone can start a business. The unfortunate downside is that no one is guaranteed success.
Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation plays an essential role in placemaking for our nearly a million residents.
New home construction has fallen dramatically, even as our population continues to grow. Pair that with a dramatic increase in the price of existing homes for sale and aging neighborhoods, and we have a housing problem on our hands.
With summer winding down and school starting up, a Gwinnett Staycation offers plenty of touristy things to do without days of travel.
Gwinnett residents of a certain age may recall the excitement when Gwinnett’s first shopping mall opened in 1984 on Pleasant Hill Road at I-85 near Duluth.
Government exists to serve the people. And people have both a right and a duty to keep an eye on what their governments are doing.
It’s wonderful to see the Gwinnett Citizen back in production after the worst of the pandemic, and I’m grateful for this opportunity to report on my recent State of the County address.