“There’s still time to get involved,” said Jonathan Holmes, chairman of ArtWorks Gwinnett as he enthuses about the county’s first-ever creative economy master plan, to be presented by the end of the year.

Developers of this plan are looking forward to receiving information from the public through their surveys and other methods of information gathering by Sept. 30.

Holley Calmes is a freelance writer and public relations consultant specializing in the arts. Email her at hcalmes@ mindspring.com.

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