Commercial property owners have agreed to form a CID to serve as a tool to facilitate infrastructure improvements in and around South Forsyth's commercial corridors to continue to position the area for economic development.
The CID Board of Directors consists of property owners within the district who are elected by the district’s property owners and appointed by the Board of Commissioners and/or City the CID's boundary is within. A CID's Board of Directors have full authority over the use of these funds, but must direct the funds to one or more of the following uses:
As the Executive Director of the South Forsyth Community Improvement District (CID), Jon Antoine is focused on the continual success of the CID. Prior to joining the South Forsyth CID, Jon was the Public Safety Director at Aerotropolis Atlanta CIDs. During his previous job, he worked with local, state and federal law enforcement on issues that include citizen education regarding the use of video surveillance systems in the CID, and preparations for the 2018 College Football National Championship. Jon holds a master’s degree in Public Administration and is a graduate of the 2016 Regional Leadership Institute. He is very involved in the community; donating his time and efforts to several charities, such as Gateway Center, Atlanta March of Dimes and the Real Men Read program. Prior to joining the private sector, Jon also served his community for 23 years as a law enforcement officer, until his retirement in 2015.