Commercial property owners in the Lilburn Community Improvement District (CID) recently re-elected Lisa Reeves and Jim Vaught to the CID’s Board of Directors.
Reeves has long-standing personal ties to the greater Lilburn community. She is the manager of a commercial real estate development company that focuses on converting retail shopping centers into new commercial environments.
Vaught, a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel, has lived in the Lilburn area for most of his life. He is headmaster of the Lilburn-based Providence Christian Academy, a role he has maintained for 18 years.
Executive Director Gerald McDowell said he is pleased that Reeves and Vaught will continue to provide leadership while serving as CID board members.
“We greatly appreciate the support that our member properties and stakeholders entrust to the CID and its leaders,” McDowell said. “I know that Lisa Reeves and Jim Vaught are committed to growing success for greater Lilburn and helping us achieve even more in the future. We are glad to have them continue with the board.”
Additionally, CID board officers were elected with Ed O’Connor continuing as chairman, Reeves as vice chairman and John Souter as secretary/treasurer. O’Connor is vice president of the Connolly Realty Services Inc. commercial real estate firm; Souter owns the Oyster Barn Bar & Grill and is active in redevelopment efforts.
With the board elections complete, CID representatives joined with City of Lilburn leaders for a guided bus tour of the area. Mayor Johnny Crist and staff members discussed city initiatives.
(Editor's note: This article is from a Lilburn CID press release.)