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E-Scooters, Pedestrian Bridge, Lidl, Mobile World Congress 2019 and More [Podcast]

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Mobile World Congress 2019

Prime Lunchtime with Brian Johnson, City Manager

Summary:

On this very special episode of Prime Lunchtime, Brian Johnson walks us through the Mobile
World Congress where Curiosity Labs is featured among some of the most advanced
technologies and tech-based companies. Rico and Brian also discuss news about Peachtree
Corners including, E-Scooters, the Pedestrian Bridge, the new 55+ Community, and much
more.

Behind speakers, the keynote speakers, the president of Sprint Business spoke. He was
speaking about things and there in the background of one of the pictures was Curiosity Labs…. we’re being talked about in the same breath as some of the big cities out there.”

Brian Johnson

Timestamp for the Audio podcast:

[00:58] Intro
[5:35] Explaining the Convention
[8:13] Walking through the Mobile World Congress 2019 Expo
[16:45] Information on Peachtree Corner News
[21:24] E-Scooters at Curiosity Lab
[35:28] Pedestrian Bridge
[43:16] Old Fiserv Property – turned 55 plus active living, sold to The Providence Group
[49:46] Indigo Boutique Hotel at Town Center
[50:51] Former Earth Fare store lease by Lidl

Timestamp for the Video:

[00:58] Intro
[8:00] Walking through the Mobile World Congress 2019 Expo
[16:45] Information on Peachtree Corner News
[21:30] E-Scooters at Curiosity Lab
[35:40] Pedestrian Bridge
[44:03] Old Fiserv Property – turned 55 plus active living, sold to The Providence Group
[49:36] Indigo Boutique Hotel at Town Center
[50:45] Former Earth Fare store lease by Lidl

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Transit Referendum, Crooked Creek Trail, COVID-19 business grants and more from Peachtree Corners

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Peachtree Corners Life podcast

Why should you care about the Transit Referendum on the Nov 3rd Ballot? Plus, information on the Crooked Creek Trail, COVID-19 business grants, crime prevention initiatives and more. All with my guests, city council members Phil Sadd and Weare Gratwick.

Recorded live on Saturday morning, streaming as a LIVE simulcast.

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Councilmember Sadd Schedules Virtual Town Hall Meeting for Oct. 21

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Pedestrian Bridge, one item for discussion during the virtual town hall.

Councilmember Phil Sadd (Post 1) is hosting a virtual Town Hall on Wednesday, Oct. 21 at 7 p.m. One of the topics to be discussed during the Town Hall is the Gwinnett County Transit Referendum, which is on the November 3 ballot.

“It is important that voters are provided with information about this referendum so they can
make an informed decision,” said Councilmember Sadd. “I have invited Gwinnett County
Chairman Charlotte Nash to join me during the Town Hall to provide an overview of the
referendum. We want to provide our citizens an opportunity to understand the proposal and
be able to ask questions.”

Additionally, updates on other key activities throughout the City will be included:

  1. Project Activity
    • Crooked Creek Trail
    • Pedestrian Bridge
    • Spalding Drive widening
  2. COVID-19 related initiatives to support businesses
  3. Crime Prevention Initiatives
  4. Curiosity Lab Innovation Center
  5. Drive-Thru Flu Shot Clinic at City Hall

The meeting is open to the public and will include an open Q&A session giving citizens an
opportunity to voice concerns and ask questions.

To attend the meeting, please see the instruction below:
Link to watch live

Dial-In only:
+1-415-655-0002

Access code: 132 521 5700

For instructions on how to ask a question during the town hall and more, visit peachtreecornersga.gov

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Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce taps Peachtree Corners Mayor to Serve on Board of Directors

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Mayor Mike Mason

Mayor Mike Mason has been selected as a Chairman’s appointee to serve as a member of the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors for a one-year term beginning January 2021. Board members provide leadership and are responsible for directing and upholding the mission and goals of the Gwinnett Chamber and Partnership Gwinnett.

“Your commitment as a member of the Board enhances the ability of the Chamber to continue its high-quality services and programs that assist in promoting and sustaining a pro-business environment in Gwinnett,” said Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce Chair Elect Doug Jenkins.

Board members act as leading contributors to the community and provide direction to assist in
preparing for the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for the county.

“It is an honor to have been selected to serve as a member of this prestigious board,” said
Mayor Mason. “The Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce has always played a key role in the
development of our great county. Our greatest strength is our membership and together we
will continue to focus on ensuring Gwinnett County remains a strong economic leader.”

Mason has lived in Peachtree Corners for over 30 years and was elected as the city’s first Mayor
in March 2012. He holds an MBA in Finance from the University of Evansville and a B.S. In
Accounting from the University of Southern Indiana. During his career, he has served as Vice
President and Chief Financial Officer for several companies. He is currently the owner of Mason
CFO Advisory.

A U.S. Navy veteran, Mason is a native of Sandersville, GA. He and his wife, Debbie, moved to
Peachtree Corners in 1985 where they raised their two sons.

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