Citizens for a Better Gwinnett is a nonprofit organization of residents concerned about issues affecting our quality of life. Issues include Briscoe Field expansion, water rate increases, the 2012 TSPLOST vote (transit), and the budget deficit. Our team includes, among other professions, real estate specialists, accountants, teachers and engineers.
Gwinnett commissioners have lost the trust of their constituents. When they took office, they pledged to uphold the Code of Ethics for Gwinnett, which states: "to give to the performance of his/her duties his/her earnest effort and best thought, to seek to find and employ more efficient and economical ways of getting tasks accomplished, make no private promises of any kind upon the duties of office, and uphold these principles, ever conscious that public office is a public trust."