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Taking a look at the big picture
By Charlotte J. Nash, Chairman
Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

Preparing my annual State of County speech is always a chance to reflect on what’s great about Gwinnett County. Here are some of this year’s thoughts.

Gwinnett goes green and gold
By Charlotte J. Nash, Chairman
Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

Energy efficiency. Water conservation. Green buildings. Reducing the impact on our water, air, and land. Environmental sustainability means all of these things and more.

County government restores some services
By Charlotte J. Nash, Chairman
Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

On January 6, 2015 my fellow board members and I adopted Gwinnett County’s 2015 Budget.

We’re planning to invest about $1.42 billion to operate County services and build new capital facilities for all Gwinnett residents in 2015.

Help for the Holidays
By Charlotte J. Nash, Chairman
Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

Everyone I know seems to get very busy as the holidays approach – and this year is no exception. Sometimes all it takes is the eager face of a child or the gratitude of a senior to remind us that gifts of time and attention are far more satisfying and rewarding than any gift we can buy.

Every drop of water is precious
By Charlotte J. Nash, Chairman
Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

One-hundred seventy-six gallons every day – that’s how much water the average single-family home in Gwinnett County used last year. Our source is Lake Lanier on the Chattahoochee River, which provides water to 60 percent of Georgia’s population. 

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