Good Morning Gwinnett Podcast
Summary: Good Morning Gwinnett is a live 4 day a week podcast all about people and places around Gwinnett County Georgia & beyond. The show is hosted by Audrey Bell-Kearney. On the show Audrey talks about news and current events happening around Gwinnett County. Occasionally she will interview movers & shakers as well as community and government leaders from Gwinnett County. She also uses her platform to provide much needed publicity for the small business owner by showing them the power of podcasts.
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www.GoodMorningGwinnett.comJoin me and 500 entrepreneurs Monday-Thursday @8am for the largest morning mastermind on the planet. Click here join us https://bit.ly/3jLMvUJGwinnett County Public Schools Superintendent Calvin Watts is warning parents about a new social media challenge calling on students to hit their teachers "on the backside."Watts sent a letter to parents on Monday night warning about TikTok challenges, such as the "Devious Licks" challenge that encouraged students to steal things from their schools in September. He highlighted a new challenge going around on the social media platform that calls on students to engage in behavior that Watts warned could result in sexual assault charges.SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com
www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Join me and 500 entrepreneurs Monday-Thursday @8am for the largest morning mastermind on the planet. Click here join us https://bit.ly/3jLMvUJGwinnett County received recognition from the federal government this week for its use of COVID-19 relief funds to help people facing housing insecurity.The U.S. Treasury named Gwinnett a “top performer” in using federal stimulus funds because of its Project Reset 2.0 program, according to an announcement from county officials. The 2.0 program was set up in partnership with Gwinnett County Magistrate Court and HomeFirst Gwinnett to use stimulus funds to extend the original Project Reset program that was initially created with CARES Act funds.SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com
www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Join me and 500 entrepreneurs Monday-Thursday @8am for the largest morning mastermind on the planet. Click here join us https://bit.ly/3jLMvUJForrest Tuff is the founder and CEO of One Vision Productions, an award-winning multimedia and branding agency whose clientele ranges from small businesses to Fortune 100 corporations. It is recognized as one of Atlanta’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For.A certified coach and sought-after keynote speaker, he is one of only 89 people in the world to receive Toastmasters’ prestigious Accredited Speaker credential. He has also been named one of Atlanta’s 500 Most Powerful Leaders and Top 100 Transformational Leaders by the John Maxwell Team.An avid producer, he trademarked the term Filmpreneur®. His work includes documentaries, indie films, music videos, podcasts, TV shows, and a major motion picture with Twentieth Century Fox.Tuff created a Pay It Forward grant, which is annually awarded to a nonprofit and is a recipient of the President's Call to Service Award.
www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Join me and 500 entrepreneurs Monday-Thursday @8am for the largest morning mastermind on the planet. Click here join us https://bit.ly/3jLMvUJ.Residents and business owners in Lawrenceville will soon find fines in their mailboxes if they accidentally set off too many false burglar alarms.City Council adopted an ordinance Monday evening that levies fines against residents after their third false alarm and businesses after their second false alarm. The decision comes after a monthslong discussion that started among city officials and law enforcement in February regarding high false alarm rates.Residents will pay $25 for their third false alarm and $100 for any subsequent false alarms. Businesses will be fined $50 for their second false alarm, $200 for their third false alarm and $400 for any subsequent false alarms.
www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Join me and 500 entrepreneurs Monday-Thursday @8am for the largest morning mastermind on the planet. Click here join us https://bit.ly/3jLMvUJ.Donald Trump is escalating his fight against Republican Gov. Brian Kemp of Georgia, and state Republicans fear it will give Democrats a stronger foothold in the key swing state as next year's midterm elections loom.The former President's criticism of Kemp now includes hyping Democrat Stacey Abrams as a preferable alternative to the GOP governor, whose crime against Trump was staying out of his attempt to overturn the Georgia 2020 election returns."Having her, I think, might be better than having your existing governor, if you want to know what I think," Trump said Saturday at his rally in Perry, adding later, "Stacey, would you like to take his place? It's OK with me."SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com
www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com A Superior Court judge ruled Friday that Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner Tiffany Porter must collect property taxes on behalf of Grayson without an additional fee.A state law enacted earlier this year to prevent some tax commissioners from charging cities a personal fee to issue tax bills is constitutional, according to a ruling by Judge Laura Tate. In her decision, Tate wrote that Porter will have to honor a tax-collection agreement made between Gwinnett County and Grayson, which requires her to handle property tax collections for the city without additional compensation.SOURCE: www.AJC.com
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www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Join me and 500 entrepreneurs Monday-Thursday @8am for the largest morning mastermind on the planet. Click here join us https://bit.ly/3jLMvUJ.The Aurora Theatre will set up shop in the 59,500-square-foot building with large windows overlooking downtown Lawrenceville and the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse.“I’m not sure there are words to adequately describe how we feel,” said Anthony Rodriguez, president, CEO and co-founder of Aurora Theatre. “It is a labor of love.”SOURCE: www.AJC.com
www.GoodMorningGwinnett.comJoin me and 500 entrepreneurs Monday-Thursday @8am for the largest morning mastermind on the planet. Click here join us https://bit.ly/3jLMvUJ._____________________________________________The city disqualified Nancy Wren on Sept. 13 due to her voter registration and residency status, said Jane Whittington, city clerk and elections superintendent. Wren was registered to vote in Hall County and not Gwinnett County at the time of qualifying on Aug. 18, Whittington said. Wren then used the address of her business, Sugar Hill Bakery, to register on Sept. 1, Whittington said.Anyone running for local office must reside in Sugar Hill for at least one year prior to qualifying.SOURCE: www.AJC.com__________________________________________Girl Do They Say You Talk A Lot? If so you should start a podcast. PodChix University Is now enrolling women want to get their message out with their own podcast. For more information and to enroll go to: www.PodChixUniversity.com
www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Join me and 500 entrepreneurs Monday-Thursday @8am for the largest morning mastermind on the planet. Click here join us https://bit.ly/3jLMvUJ______________________________________________ a highly anticipated announcement, Pfizer said on Monday a Phase 2/3 trial showed its Covid-19 vaccine was safe and generated a "robust" antibody response in children ages 5 to 11.These are the first such results released for this age group for a US Covid-19 vaccine, and the data has not yet been peer-reviewed or published. Pfizer said it plans to submit to the US Food and Drug Administration for emergency use authorization soon.The trial included 2,268 participants ages 5 to 11 and used a two-dose regimen of the vaccine administered 21 days apart. This trials used a 10-microgram dose -- smaller than the 30-microgram dose that has been used for those 12 and older.SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com
www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Lisa Caprelli is a speaker, songwriter and an award-winning author of the unicorn book series, Unicorn Jazz. ™ She is an author of 17 books, and has produced music videos for kids. Lisa is the producer and director of Unicorn Jazz Presents The Thing I Do –Seasons 2 is live as of August 24, 2021, a family show on Amazon TV. Lisa was inspired by Sesame Street and with her kids multi-media brand of Unicorn Jazz - kids can send in their own video content, music and talent to be part of the show!The Thing I Do show was created at the onset of the pandemic to share happiness for children and educators. Her 25+ years in marketing and branding over 150 CEO’s led to her changing her life in 2018 to create a children’s brand, Unicorn Jazz. Unicorn Jazz in the first book, is a shy unicorn who moves to a new land in search of new friends. She feels like she does not belong, or that no one understands her, until she meets a new friend, Woof the Crow. The book series offers social emotional learning components (empathy, kindness, love, belonging, believing in others, feelings and more). Lisa has been featured in FORBES magazine, ABC News, CBS news, USA today newspapers, and more media and news outlets.When students ask about why Lisa is passionate about writing, she will say, “I grew up shy and introverted. My only voice was on paper.” With that said, this Latina author has created a world-class brand around a unicorn named Unicorn Jazz, with animal friends and ocean animal characters.At the onset of the pandemic, Lisa knew she had to do something outside the box to continue creating and developing her characters for children. She relied on her public relations and broadcast radio experience and years of producing shows for FM and AM stations. A year later, she has launched Unicorn Jazz Presents The Thing I Do that is on Amazon TV/Prime with a full season launching summer 2021!She grew up with humble beginnings in the sun city of El Paso, Texas. She is proud of her Latin roots and culture. She always wanted to live near the ocean and today lives in Huntington Beach, California. She has made Orange County, California her home for the past 20 years. Lisa has experience presenting to elementary, middle and high school students and has taught at Long Beach State, California.
www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Gwinnett County is deploying new technology on the county's roadways to help emergency vehicles and other county vehicles get through intersections more easily.The county is partnering with the Georgia Department of Transportation on a Smart Corridor Deployment Program that will allow county-owned vehicles to use onboard units that can send signals to smart technology-enabled traffic lights. Those signals will tell the traffic lights to turn green for the approaching vehicles, particularly for law enforcement and fire services vehicles.This follows on a previous decision by the county commissioners to install roadside smart corridor units at 387 intersections starting in 2022 as part of a statewide regional connected vehicle program.SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com
www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com State Rep. Donna McLeod, D-Lawrenceville, and her legislative team are filing an open records request for more information about the city’s 12 cameras. The legislator has pressed city officials for months about how the camera locations were chosen and whether they are targeting Black residents, but says she’s still dissatisfied with the answers.McLeod has argued that the cameras are located in predominantly Black neighborhoods and that the current crime levels in these areas do not justify the placement of the cameras. A resident of Lawrenceville, she worries that the cameras unfairly target Black individuals.SOURCE: www.AJC.com
Support GMG www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Some of the ideas that attendees at the public input event suggested for the mall property included a performing venue; a high tech business incubator; multifamily housing; affordable housing; a sports complex; a community center; an amusement park; an upscale local, non-chain dining district; a Dave and Busters-type entertainment business with a movie theater; teen spaces; green space; a museum; sensory exhibits; a gallery; and a cafe among other suggestions.SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.comDo you want to mastermind with 500 entrepreneurs every morning? Then I invite you to join The Morning Meetup where over 500 entrepreneurs gather daily at 8am to mastermind about their business so that they can grow. Click the link to check it out for only $1 for 7 days. https://bit.ly/3jLMvUJ