Looking ahead to the New Year
By Charlotte J. Nash, Chairman
Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

As 2014 gets underway, I believe the overall outlook for Gwinnett County will continue to improve. Together, we’ve been climbing out of a deep economic hole for the last six years, and I believe we’re starting to see daylight at the top.

SPLOST makes Gwinnett better
By Charlotte J. Nash, Chairman
Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

This off-year election offered one major choice – a renewal of the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax for three more years.

Giving back at the Holidays
By Charlotte J. Nash, Chairman
Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

Growing up on a farm, late fall was always a time of mixed emotions for me. Shorter days and colder weather kept us all indoors more but at least we could look ahead to the holidays with great anticipation.

Nov 5 SPLOST vote is important
By Charlotte J. Nash, Chairman
Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

Gwinnett voters have approved the one-penny SPLOST sales tax seven times since 1985. This year, on November 5, it will be on the ballot again.

What’s Great about Gwinnett
By Charlotte J. Nash, Chairman
Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

In this – my second column for the Gwinnett Citizen – I’ll talk a bit about why I enjoy serving you as a leader in our county government. We’ve faced significant challenges in recent years, but local residents and County staff met all them head-on, and I’m proud to say that success still lives here.