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City to Establish Community Resource Program 
 
There are many in our community in need and finding assistance can be a daunting process. Wading through a maze of websites and phone numbers can be overwhelming for those seeking family or financial help.
 
To assist, the city is launching a community resources program which will be a catalyst for providng a resource for those in need.
 
The first important step is to assemble a core group to establish a Community Resource Program committee.
"This is a wonderful way to get involved in our community," said Councilmember Jeanne Aulbach (Post 4).  Read more ... 
 
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Council member Alex Wright (Post 3) has been selected for the 2016 Leadership Gwinnett Class. 
 
Council Member Selected for Leadership Gwinnett Class
 
Alex Wright, Council member for Post 3, has been chosen as one of 40 local leaders for the 2016 Leadership Gwinnett Class. Wright will begin the nine-month program in August.
 
Established in 1985, Leadership Gwinnett was created to ensure that the community's most influential leaders are knowledgeable about issues pertaining to the county and region. The program includes several overnight retreats, the class will cover topics such as infrastructure, economics, education, health and human services, study groups, exclusive tours and hands-on experiences.
 
"We're very proud that Council member Wright was selected for this year's class," said Mayor Mike Mason. "Leadership Gwinnett has a great track record of success in leadership development." Read more ... 
 
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 Nearly 220 attended "An Evening of Entrepreneurship & Innovation" at the Hilton Hotel in Peachtree Corners to learn about the city's plans for a business incubator. (Photos by Jonathan Phillips)
 
Incubator Kick-Off Event a Big Hit
 
To say the city's foray into testing the waters to determine whether the community would support a business incubator was a success - would be a huge understatement.
 
Nearly 220 excited hopeful entrepreneurs, business owners, investors, community leaders and citizens attended "An Evening of Entrepreneurship & Innovation on Thursday, May 14 at the Hilton Hotel in Peachtree Corners. Organizers had hoped to draw 50-75 participants.
 
Peachtree Corners partnered with Georgia Tech's Enterprise Innovation Institute to bring the event to the community. "I couldn't be happier with the turnout," said Mayor Mike Mason. "I think the business community realizes the huge benefit of having a business incubator here. It would be a key investment for our city's economic development."  Read more ... 
 
Mayor Mike Mason (center) talks with several members from Georgia Tech's Enterprise Innovation Institute at the incubator kick-off event. 
 
The evening event launched the Georgia Tech study which is expected to be complete by June
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 The Chattahoochee River at Jones Bridge Park. The Gwinnett County Park is located at 4901 E. Jones Bridge Road, Peachtree Corners, GA 30092.
 

Did you know ...

In 1978 the U.S. Congress created the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area consisting of 48 miles of the river from Buford Dam to Peachtree Creek.

The area includes the nearly seven miles of river front that marks the western border of the City of Peachtree Corners. 

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