Partnership Gwinnett, along with local public and private leaders, officially kicked off Phase One of the development of Partnership Gwinnett 3.0, the third, five-year economic growth strategy for Gwinnett County. The goal of this strategy is to recruit, retain and help expand businesses in Gwinnett; attract, educate and retain workforce talent; and improve quality of life for all Gwinnett residents.
Phase One of the process is focused on gathering input from business leaders as well as members of the community through focus groups and an online survey. Focus group members met for two days to discuss key community topics: manufacturing, entrepreneurship, young professionals, education and corporate and professional services.
In addition, an online community survey open to all those who work and/or live in Gwinnett will be available now through February 5. It may be accessed at www.surveymonkey.com/s/PartnershipGwinnettSurvey. Please take the survey and feel free to forward!
The City of Lawrenceville now uses Municode to maintain and track amendments to the General Code of Ordinances.
Municode, more formally known as Municipal Code Corporation, is the largest private sector publisher of municipal ordinances, responsible for the codification and publication of municipal codes for more than 2,700 cities and counties in all 50 states.
As a result of the new system, when accessing the General Code of Ordinances from the main Lawrenceville webpage, you will be automatically redirected to the Lawrenceville page of the Municode website. Click here for additional information on navigating a City’s page within Municode.
Top 15 in ’15: Recyclables and their Destinations
Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful’s Most Popular Recycling Search Terms for 2015
The following were among the Top 15 Search Terms on Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful’s Recycling Web Page dropdown menu to learn where local individuals and businesses can recycle certain materials:
- Aluminum Cans
- Carpet and carpet padding
- Yard Waste
- Motor Oil
- Batteries- Household
- Glass Bottles and Jars
- Fluorescent Tubes
- Computer Systems
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