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Nash taps seven residents to serve on 2018 budget review team
Seven Gwinnett residents have agreed to help Commission Chairman Charlotte Nash set priorities and make recommendations for the 2018 proposed budget. The budget review team will convene for the first time Monday, August 28 when County department directors and agency heads present their business plans and financial resource requests. Budget presentations will take place through Thursday, August 31.

The six residents who served on last year’s review team are joined this year by Alida Sims, a social worker and recent graduate of the Gwinnett 101 Citizens Academy. Sims works as a regional kinship navigator for the Georgia Department of Community Services Division of Family and Children Services and also volunteers with a number of community organizations.

She is serving alongside Norwood Davis (CFO, 12Stone Church), Kevin Do (realtor, ReMax Grand South), Burt Manning (retired real estate appraiser) and Santiago Marquez (President and CEO, Georgia 
Hispanic Chamber of Commerce) as well as Lisa Burleson (retired Gwinnett County Public Schools administrator) and David Cuffie (CEO, Total Vision Consulting LLC), who are fellow Gwinnett 101 alumni.

Nash said she finds that seeking public input in local government decisions leads to a better outcome and that the budget setting process is no exception.

“I am grateful to these talented individuals for volunteering to serve in this capacity,” said Nash. “Each person brings something different to the table, which is valuable as we listen to departmental needs and plans for the future, review revenue projections, and prepare the 2018 proposed budget.”

The videotaped business plan presentations will be available to view on demand on this website starting the afternoon of August 28.

The Chairman’s 2018 budget proposal will be made available to the public and news media on November 28 in conjunction with a formal presentation to the district commissioners. A budget public hearing will follow on December 4. By county ordinance, the Board of Commissioners must adopt the annual budget during its first meeting in January.


Citizens’ Guide to Gwinnett County Finances
Welcome to the Citizens' Guide to Gwinnett County Finances, a resource for citizens that provides a portal to the County government’s finances

Select the links below to view detailed information about Gwinnett County Government's financial operations and how your tax dollars are spent.
 

Guide to the Budget

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Property Information

Get property assessment information and search for unclaimed property

Where Your Property Taxes Go

See your tax dollars in action

 

Grant Resources

Learn about grant opportunities in Gwinnett County

 

Vendor Resources

Find out how to do business with Gwinnett County Government

 

Archive: Financial Reports

View detailed financial information

 

SPLOST

Learn more about the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST)

 

Engage Gwinnett

Engage Gwinnett: Citizens Committee for the Future of Gwinnett

 

Board and Commission Meetings

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Contracts

See a list of the County’s annual contracts for goods and services

 

Audits

Check out the results and recommendations of external audits of County finances

 

Lobbying

Find out which groups represent Gwinnett County’s interests at the state and federal level


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