Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Commissioners unanimous in moving forward with examining plans for privatizing Briscoe Field.
Showing the political unity that has been advised, Gwinnett's Board of Commissioners unanimously approved plans Tuesday for a citizens review panel and for moving forward with proposals regarding the potential privatization of county-owned Briscoe Field. Meeting in Lawrenceville, the commissioners named eight people to the Citizens Review Committee (there will be 11 total) and empowered Infrastructure Management Group (IMG) to provide counseling in the proposal process. The board also scrapped previous qualifications submitted. "The process has been restarted," Commission Chairman Charlotte Nash said after the meeting. "This Board Of Commissioners has made that decision." The next step will be for the county to issue Request for Proposals…
Friday, January 21, 2011
Event to be held at Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center.
Voters will have their first chance to meet all four candidates for chair of the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners on Monday, Jan. 24. The candidates – Charlotte Nash, Larry Gause, Duane Kissel and William Costa – have been invited to attend a forum at the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center, 75 Langley Drive in Lawrenceville. The candidates will field questions from moderator Mike Moore. The forum is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.
Monday, January 17, 2011
The four candidates for chair of the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners weigh in on the biggest issues facing the county.
In part two of our weeklong series, Dacula Patch asked each of the candidates for chair of the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners to identify the three biggest issues facing the county. Candidates Charlotte Nash of Dacula, Larry Gause of Tucker, Gerald Duane Kissel of Snellville and Will Costa of Lilburn identified a variety of problems including budget issues, crime, loss of public trust and declining property values. Dacula Patch did not limit the length of the responses. Each candidate’s answer is presented unedited and in its entirety. Dacula Patch asked, "In your opinion, what are the three biggest issues facing Gwinnett County?" LARRY GAUSE: DUANE KISSEL: I could use some of the cliche answers and say crime, drugs and gangs. …