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100th Anniversary of the Association of County Commissioners

03/14/14

100th Anniversary of the Association of County Commissioners

  Gwinnett County Commissioner Chairman Charlotte Nash, featured in Georgia Trend's 100th Anniversary of the Association of County Commissioners feature, giving her "State of the County" address, and on Memorial Day of last year.  

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Spotted in Georgia, Window Art February 2014

03/11/14

Spotted in Georgia, Window Art February 2014

A pop-up installation by Gina Somebody for Voyeur Designs at Paces Ferry Plaza, 3539 Northside Parkway Northwest, Atlanta, featuring nearly 75,000 feet of fluorescent yarn and string and 3,600 screws. Voyeur Designs is an Atlanta-based collaborative that creates site-specific sculptures in vacant retail spaces. Through blending art and design they transform empty storefronts into focal points for the developments they inhabit. The installations demand attention, promote the property and raise the bar in commercial real estate marketing. This particular piece is lit at night and it is a highly recommended sight to see.

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Spotted in Georgia, October 2013

03/06/14

Spotted in Georgia, October 2013

Little White Church spotted in Duluth, Georgia during the Walk for PKD around the square in Historic Duluth. Photo by Liz Henry

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Georgia Municipal Association 2014 Mayor's Day Conference

03/04/14

Georgia Municipal Association 2014 Mayor's Day Conference

In January, the Georgia Municipal Association hosted the 2014 Mayor's Day Conference in Atlanta. Keynote was Presentor Dr. James Johnson Jr. Director, Urban Investment Strategies Center, Frank Hawkins Kenan Insititute for Private Enterprise; William R. Kenan Jr. Distinguished Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and is a demographics expert. Among the trends he discussed were the vanishing of men from the white collar workplace, the shortage in service industry employees needed to match the growing senior population, and the deficit of social services matching the needs of the working class. It was an eye opener. Georgia Trend Publisher Ben Young also spoke at the event, discussing Georgia Trend's February Hub Cities article....

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Longtime Georgia Trend Journalist Dies

02/28/14

Longtime Georgia Trend Journalist Dies

Fare thee well, Ed Lightsey - a great man who led life to the fullest and wrote wonderful pieces for Georgia Trend for nearly 20 years.

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