The Braselton Community Improvement District (CID) board of directors cancelled its meeting on Monday, after failing to get a quorum of members to meet.
The seven-member board is largely spearheading the construction of a multi-use path — called the LifePath — that will connect residents along Ga. Hwy. 211 and Thompson Mill Road (Ga. Hwy. 347) to area businesses. The 10-foot wide path is designed to primarily accommodate pedestrians, cyclists and those driving golf carts.
The Braselton CID includes 25 commercial properties along Ga. Hwy. 211 in Gwinnett, Barrow and Hall counties. Those property owners have a self-imposed tax to fund the CID. The group has a $450,000 loan to fund construction of the LifePath.
The board of directors was set on Monday to adopt the millage rate for the Hall County portion of the CID and discuss the proposed millage rate for the Gwinnett County portion, but those items will be addressed at a called meeting, according to CID administrator Guy Herring.
For the current year, the CID has a five mill rate for all properties in the district in Barrow, Gwinnett and Hall counties.
The CID must advertise those millage rates prior to adoption. The date of a called meeting will be announced later, but is expected to be held before the board of directors’ next regular monthly meeting in July.