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2020-12-02 - Gwinnett picks Fuqua to handle redevelopment of former Olympic Tennis Center site
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2020-10-07 - AJC.com: Amazon Facility spurs south Gwinnett growth
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2020-09-16 - AJC.com: Evermore CID names new roundabout for long time resident
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2020-09-11 - Evermore CID Gwinnett Great Days of Service Collection Drive
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2020-09-01 - Amazon preparing to open first robotics fulfillment center in south Gwinnett County
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2020-07-15 - 2020 Board of Director's Election and Meeting Guidelines
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2020-04-22 - Gwinnett County Commission Chairman Virtual Candidate Forum
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2020-04-19 - Gwinnett Daily Post: Five Gwinnett County CIDs will co-host online commission chairman candidates forum
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2020-04-17 - AJC: Gwinnett CID's Offering Online Canidate Forum
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2020-04-01 - Roads & Bridges: Taking a Turn for the Better
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2020-03-13 - Evermore St. Patty's Day Guide
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2020-02-19 - AJC.com: Evermore CID invites public to US 78 Concept Study meeting.
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2020-02-19 - 2020 Concept Study Open House
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2020-02-14 - Evermore Valentine's Guide
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2019-12-30 - Evermore CID presents traffic study results for U.S. 78 in Snellville
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2019-12-13 - Evermore CID's Holiday Shopping Guide
  
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2019-12-09 - Gwinnett Primed for Amazon Fulfillment Center
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2019-12-02 - Gwinnett commissioners OK hotel near Netherworld, Amazon site
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2019-06-10 - Amazon building fulfillment center on Gwinnett-DeKalb line, bringing 1,000 jobs
It turns out the rumors were true: the mysterious Project Rocket development that stirred speculation last year is indeed an Amazon fulfillment center.
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2019-06-01 - Boosting Business Gwinnett CIDs tackle common challenges to improve transportation and recreation
Streetscapes, sidewalks and trails are the bread and butter of many community improvement districts (CIDs), and those in once-suburban Gwinnett are no exception
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2017-02-01 - Community Improvement Districts along Atlanta's eastern edge are working together to improve the whole region.
The county recently did a land transfer with the Stone Mountain Memorial Association that will result in the county being able to offer this land for redevelopment.
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