The Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District announced that two of its board members who were up for re-election this past week will be sticking around for three more years.

The board re-elected Kaiser Permanente government and community relations manager Trey Ragsdale and Northwood Ravin director of development Ben Yorker to new three-year terms on Wednesday. They make up one-quarter of the eight-member board, which works with CID staff on efforts to improve the Gwinnett Place area.

“We have enjoyed having Trey and Ben on our board and are happy to see them re-elected,” Leo Wiener, chairman of the CID Board of Directors and president of Ackerman Retail, said in a statement. “Trey has been with us for almost two years and is truly a dedicated board member who is always seeking new ways to improve our district. Ben has been with the board since November 2018, but his involvement and fresh ideas have been a strong addition to the team.”

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