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President

Phone: (678) ***-****  HQ Phone
Georgia Downtown Association
201 Pryor Street Sw
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
United States

Company Description: The Georgia Downtown Association (GDA) is a non-profit association that promotes the economic redevelopment of Georgia's traditional downtown's. Through advocacy,...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Executive Director
    The DDA
  • Director and Woodstock Director of Economic Development
    The DDA
  • Director of Economic Services
    Woodstock DDA
  • Executive Director
    Woodstock DDA
  • Director of Economic Development Services
    Woodstock DDA
  • Director of Economic Development Services
    City of Woodstock
  • President
    Main Street Woodstock , Inc.

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • bachelor's degree , political science
    University of Georgia
142 Total References
Web References
Carrollton Main Street – Downtown wins high honor
www.carrolltonmainstreet.com, 14 Mar 2013 [cached]
The Carrollton Main Street Program was the recipient of the annual Award of Excellence in Downtown Development at the Aug. 22 Georgia Downtown Conference in LeGrange. Pictured, from left, are Cindy Eidson, manager of the Office of Downtown Development, Georgia Department of Community Affairs; Jonathan Reed, former Carrollton Main Street employee; Ryan Roenigk, Carrollton Main Street board member; Jessica Reynolds, Carrollton Main Street executive director; Leigh Fulton, Carrollton Main Street assistant; and Billy Peppers, president of Georgia Downtown Association.
Board of Directors | Cherokee Office of Economic Development
cherokeega.org, 23 Jan 2013 [cached]
Billy Peppers; Assistant Secretary/Treasurer - Member Since 2006; City of Woodstock, Economic Development Director
Billy Peppers is the Director of Economic Development Services for the City of Woodstock. He has been with the city since September 2005 and manages the Downtown Development Authority, Convention & Visitors Bureau Authority, and Main Street Programs. Billy is the President of the Georgia Downtown Association. He graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in Political Science and worked two years for the State Senate. He is married to the former Julie Prather of Canton and they have an eighteen month old son, Turner. He understands small town development and commerce, growing up in two family-owned businesses, one a restaurant and the other a florist. Billy has earned his Senior Georgia Downtown Development Professional certification and is currently working towards a certification as an Economic Development Finance Professional with the National Development Council.
The city of Woodstock and the ...
www.cherokeetribune.com, 15 Nov 2012 [cached]
The city of Woodstock and the Woodstock Downtown Development Authority conducted a dedication ceremony on Wednesday evening honoring longtime businessman and DDA Board member Herb Priest. Above: Priest, left, and Woodstock DDA Executive Director Billy Peppers unveil the plaque that will eventually be placed permanently at the railroad crossing.
Herb Priest. Above: Priest, left, and Woodstock DDA Executive Director Billy Peppers unveil the plaque that will eventually be placed permanently at the railroad crossing.Staff/Todd Hull | Group honors longtime local businessman for service
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The city of Woodstock and the Woodstock Downtown Development Authority conducted a dedication ceremony on Wednesday evening honoring longtime businessman and DDA Board member Herb Priest. Above: Priest, left, and Woodstock DDA Executive Director Billy Peppers unveil the plaque that will eventually be placed permanently at the railroad crossing.
Herb Priest. Above: Priest, left, and Woodstock DDA Executive Director Billy Peppers unveil the plaque that will eventually be placed permanently at the railroad crossing.Staff/Todd Hull | Group honors longtime local businessman for service
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The city of Woodstock and the Woodstock Downtown Development Authority conducted a dedication ceremony on Wednesday evening honoring longtime businessman and DDA Board member Herb Priest. Above: Priest, left, and Woodstock DDA Executive Director Billy Peppers unveil the plaque that will eventually be placed permanently at the railroad crossing.
Staff/Todd Hull
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Above: Priest, left, and Woodstock DDA Executive Director Billy Peppers unveil the plaque that will eventually be placed permanently at the railroad crossing.
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Director of Economic Services Billy Peppers kicked off the dedication ceremony in downtown Woodstock among a crowd of about 50.
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Peppers said Priest always had a vision of the development of downtown.
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Peppers said the plaque will be permanently installed at the plaza within the next couple of weeks. Copyright 2012 Cherokee Tribune. All rights reserved. Share This Article | similar stories
Six applications have been submitted to ...
www.cherokeetribune.com, 19 June 2011 [cached]
Six applications have been submitted to the DDA, said Billy Peppers, DDA executive director.
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Peppers, who also serves as the economic services director for the city of Woodstock, said he has not been surprised at the amount of interest.
He noted the Woodstock community at large has an interest in preserving its historic buildings.
"We want them to be there 30 years from now for the next generation to enjoy," he said of the facades.
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Along with improving property values, Peppers added the improvement program also provides construction and contracting jobs to local people, thus "keeping construction dollars local."
Some city land acquired for right ...
www.ledgernews.com, 21 Jan 2010 [cached]
Some city land acquired for right of way will have to be rededicated to the state, DDA director and Woodstock Director of Economic Development Billy Peppers said, and the city can't have liens on property it gives to the state.
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Peppers said commercial areas within the new DDA boundaries could benefit from financing, incentives and tax credits the DDA has available to it. He said the lines have not been changed since they were drawn when the DDA was organized in 2001.
"The city's changed a lot since then," he said.
Peppers said while the DDA can assist businesses in its area, the move would not have any effect on homeowners included in the boundary.
"The normal property owner wouldn't even know they are in the downtown district," he said.
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