Gwinnett County residents have an important vote ahead of them on March 19. Hear directly from the county commissioner as well as members of the Gwinnett Department of Transportation and from MARTA representatives what this vote entails, how it will impact you and what it means to the economic future of Gwinnett County.
Gwinnett County representatives are on hand to help educate citizens as to the meaning and impact of the referendum. They cannot and will not suggest how Gwinnett residents should vote. The League of Women Voters, a non-partisan, grassroots organization, is hosting this event and has taken an official position in support of greater access to public transportation.
Bring your questions and take advantage of this opportunity to address them directly to the Charlotte Nash, Gwinnett County Commission Chairperson, and other experts on the issue.