Greg Cantrell and Paige Havens with GO Gwinnett appear on Business RadioX

Greg Cantrell and Paige Havens join host Rick Strawn for a discussion on how the March 19, 2019 transit referendum gives Gwinnett a once-in-a-generation opportunity to invest in their future. Greg and Paige are residents, business owners, and community leaders that are voluntarily serving on the GO Gwinnett Advocacy Committee. GO Gwinnett is a ballot committee registered with the Gwinnett County Board of Elections and the Georgia Government Transparency & Campaign Finance Commission with a mission to seek passage of the March 19, 2019 transit referendum.

The Gwinnett transit referendum on March 19, 2019 is about one thing – guaranteeing the future success of Gwinnett County. Gwinnett County has seen impressive growth over the last 30 years and it is time to build a transportation system that matches it. Constant traffic and gridlock are jeopardizing the long-term vitality of Gwinnett.

Expanding access to transit and offering new transit options are essential to making Gwinnett County a better place to live, work, and raise a family. It will make lives easier, ensure smarter growth, and make Gwinnett more competitive with other counties in attracting high-wage jobs. It will offer more independence and inclusion for seniors and disabled residents. It will offer greater access to education and entertainment which helps keep millennials in Gwinnett.

Molly Bloom