Everyone I talk to agrees that jobs should be a number 1 priority. A citizen said to me that jobs are the most important factor in spurring the economy of this district.
The creation of jobs is critical to the socioeconomic health of our district.
The Lawrenceville area is primed for business enterprises with its location near major transportation arteries. We can lead the way to recovery with the attraction of technology and industry to Lawrenceville and Gwinnett.
We need a continued strategy for tax incentives to attract businesses. Incentives will be a hook for companies looking to relocate.
We want to advertise this location and invite companies to search in Lawrenceville and Gwinnett for a new home.
This is a hub to attract subsidiaries of existing businesses. Scientific and logistic enterprises located here reach out to other businesses for goods and services. Why can't they also be attracted to locate here to bring more high paying jobs for our citizens?
We have a ready-made work force with world class training through Gwinnett Technical Institute. Education is pivotal in attracting businesses.
Support of our excellent county school system and improvement of traffic concerns is important in attracting new jobs and educated and trained people.
Georgia Gwinnett College is also an outstanding draw to this area. It is growing in influence and reputation. The college is unparalleled in its customer service.
As a State Representative, I can't fix the mess in Washington. I can and will stick to conservative fiscal principles to keep Georgia's spending under control.