A group of non-residential property owners along Ga. Hwy. 211 in Braselton will soon decide who will serve on the town’s first community improvement district.
The Braselton Town Council approved a resolution on Monday officially establishing a community improvement district — commonly called a CID — in the area largely anchored around several retail centers.
In a CID, non-residential property owners agree to a selfimposed tax to fund projects in the district and elect a board of directors.
Mayor Bill Orr opted Monday to wait until January to appoint two council members to the CID board of directors after three council members — Tony Funari, Peggy Slappey and Richard Mayberry — expressed interest in serving on the board.