North Fulton Advisory Committee Meeting with Alpharetta Mayor David Bell Isle: RSVP for Oct 6

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Name: North Fulton Advisory Committee Meeting with Alpharetta Mayor David Bell Isle: RSVP for Oct 6
Date: October 6, 2017
Time: 8:15 AM - 9:30 AM EDT
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:
Join the Council for Quality Growth's North Fulton Advisory with Alpharetta Mayor David Bell Isle.
 
About Mayor David Bell Isle:

Education
BBA: University of Georgia, Terry College of Business (1997)
JD: Georgia State University, College of Law (2000)
MBA: Georgia Sate University, J. Mack College of Business (2000)


Career
David launched his law firm in the heart of Alpharetta in 2007, focusing his practice on commercial real estate and secured transactions. Hipes & Belle Isle is now 7 attorneys strong and the premier law firm for North Fulton’s business needs, covering litigation, real estate, employment law, contracts, wills and estates, corporations and secured transactions.  David has been twice named a Top Young Attorney in Georgia by Atlanta Magazine, Super Lawyers’ Edition. He has also been named Best Attorney by My Community Magazine.

Leadership
Over the course of David’s public service, he has championed three efforts to reinvent Alpharetta’s downtown. Food trucks, new construction, and music-centered events have begun to transform Downtown Alpharetta. Where there was once empty storefronts, there are now nearly a dozen restaurants with new shops opening every month.
 
In David’s first year as mayor, David led the charge with a forward-thinking Council to land Georgia’s newest technical college in the city of Alpharetta, making the case for a $4,000,000.00 incentive to enable the new campus.
 
David formed the State’s first technology commission.  Comprised of Alpharetta’s leading technology executives, the ATC is leading the City towards innovation, cutting edge infrastructure, national branding, and the creation of a technology culture. In 18 months, Alpharetta has added over 4,300 high-paying technology jobs and is becoming known as the Technology City of the South.
 
Over the course of David’s leadership, Alpharetta has been named the 6th fastest growing city in the country and the 7th friendliest city in the nation by Forbes. It has maintained the lowest unemployment rate in Georgia, and it is one of only two cities in the State to hold a AAA bond rating. Alpharetta also maintains the lowest office vacancy rate in the state and was recently named the fourth best city in Georgia in which to live.


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Location:
Council for Quality Growth
5901-C Peachtree Dunwoody Road
Suite 500
Atlanta, Georgia  30328
Date/Time Information:
8:15am - 9:15am
Contact Information:
James Touchton
Fees/Admission:
No Cost: Council Members Only.
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