The LCID Board will be meeting at Lilburn City Hall on August 21, 2019 from 7:30 -10 a.m.
Lilburn City Hall in the Preston
340 Main Street NW
Lilburn, GA 30047
Lilburn, GA – June 27, 2019
Lilburn Community Improvement District (LCID), a self-taxing organization comprised of business owners who use additional property taxes to enhance economic development by contributing to infrastructure and security improvements in the Lilburn area, has appointed Tad Leithead as its new executive director.
Leithead joins LCID after having been board chair and then executive director of the Cumberland CID, the oldest and largest CID in Georgia. Leithead’s experience in governmental, development and transportation relations through his consulting firm, Urban One Associates, led him to work with Midtown Alliance, Perimeter, Gwinnett and Cobb Counties to help form other CIDs.
In addition to these organizations, the work Leithead did with the Atlanta Regional Commission and his commercial real estate experience with Cousins Properties and Childress Klein Properties made him the ideal candidate to succeed Emory Morsberger, who is leaving LCID on June 30 and has become the executive director of Gateway85 CID.
Morsberger was instrumental in forming the Gateway85 CID (formerly Gwinnett Village CID) in 2005, where he also has served on the Gateway85 board of directors and was announced as the new executive director on April 1, 2019. Accepting the position at Gateway85 was contingent upon Morsberger resigning from LCID. With the added resources of a CID five times larger, he intends to extend his accomplishments at Gateway85 to benefit LCID as well.
“I could not be leaving the CID in better hands than with Tad Leithead,” said Emory Morsberger. “We have known each other for years and I have the utmost confidence that he will continue the incredible work LCID has accomplished thus far.”
“The fact that I was selected as the new executive director for Lilburn CID means a great deal to me,” noted Leithead. “A chance to grow this CID will be both exciting and a great challenge. I look forward continuing in Emory’s footsteps in leading the CID into the future.”
The transition of LCID’s new leadership will become official on July 1, 2019.
Lilburn, GA – April 12, 2019
Beginning April 12, the Lilburn Community Improvement District (LCID) is receiving applications for executive director/consultant. Candidates who are willing to work with the LCID board to incorporate additional members, increase commercial property values, facilitate infrastructure planning and implementation, increase economic vitality, and enhance the community are invited to review the following and consider making an application.
The LCID was formed by a collaboration of concerned citizens, all of whom are committed to creating a greater Lilburn that allows family and business to prosper. The LCID works with the City of Lilburn to provide for governmental services and facilities within our district. The LCID has focused on upgrades of the Lawrenceville Hwy Corridor, from Jimmy Carter Blvd. to Ronald Reagan Parkway, including infrastructure improvements.
Responding parties are requested to relate whether they have experience in the following areas:
In addition to the above, the responding party is requested to provide the following:
The selected party will be responsible for:
Resumes for the LCID executive director/consultant position may be directed to the Vice Chair, Ed O’Connor at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for submittal will be April 29, 2019.
After four years with the LCID, Emory Morsberger the current Executive Director has accepted the executive director position with the Gateway85 Gwinnett CID.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN as provided in the GWINNETT COUNTY COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS ACT (Ga. L. 2001, p. 3709, et. seq.), that a caucus of Electors of the Lilburn Community Improvement District (CID) shall be held on the 30th day of April, 2019 at the Lilburn City Hall, 340 Main Street, NW, Lilburn, Gwinnett County, Georgia 30047. Registration for the election shall be held from 7:30 o’clock A.M. to 8:00 o’clock A.M. Voting will occur immediately thereafter. The purpose of the caucus is to elect Board Members to Posts 1, 3, 4 & 6 to serve on the Lilburn Community Improvement District Board. A map of said District is on file with the Gwinnett County Commission Clerk and the Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner. All Electors as designated under the Act are invited to attend and cast their votes.
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