Friday, January 11, 2013
The $35,000 approved by the CID helps Roswell leverage its own matching funds with $280,000 from state and federal funding.
Friday, January 11
The North Fulton Community Improvement District (CID) put $35,000 in the pot to help fund part of the Big Creek Parkway planning study in Roswell. The roadway is intended to help alleviate local traffic congestion and provide better connectivity between the eastern and western portions of the city. The Big Creek Bridge Road Corridor Study begun in 2010 will evaluate two north-south roadways parallel to Ga. 400 that would connect Holcomb Bridge Road at Davis Circle on the West, and at North Point Parkway on the East side. Final Holcomb Bridge Road Corridor Study Meeting Scheduled – June 2012 Holcomb Bridge Road Corridor Study Kicks Off – August 2011 At its January board meeting, the CID approved $35,000 to help fund phases three and four …
Thursday, June 16, 2011
CID board votes to partner with city of Roswell in $56,000 traffic study of Sun Valley area.
Thursday, June 16, 2011
As a follow up to Roswell's decision to partner with the North Fulton Community Improvement District (CID) during its meeting Monday night, the CID also agreed to fund half of a traffic study that could greatly expand connectivity in the Sun Valley and Warsaw roads area. The $56,000 study by URS will take approximately four months. The area being researched is located west of Ga. 400 and north of Holcomb Bridge Road. It is adjacent to the CID and near a major UPS facility. “Should these projects move forward to construction, the connectivity will create a clear benefit for commercial property owners in the area, and to properties within the existing CID,” said CID Board Chairman Kerry Armstrong. The unanimous vote by the CID board followed…
Thursday, January 6, 2011
The North Fulton Community Improvement District Board offered a resolution promising to consider funding any infrastructure for Gwinnett Tech that falls within its mandate, but promising funding was too much.
Gwinnett Tech got a measure of support from the North Fulton Community Improvement District (CID) board in its plan to open a North Fulton campus, but it wasn't as strong as Tom Ladow wanted. The North Fulton CID approved a resolution on Jan. 4 pledging to consider any public infrastructure improvement within the district that meets its legal mandate. But Ladow, head of Ladow Properties, was looking for a dollar amount. Ladow, a member of the North Fulton CID board and the Alpharetta-Roswell committee looking to get the technical college's future North Fulton campus located north of the Chattahoochee River, wanted the group of self-taxing commercial property owners along the GA 400 corridor to match whatever either Alpharetta or Roswell…