First Elected: 2007
Current Term Ends: December 31, 2015
Spouse: Mike Wynn
Becky Wynn has been very involved in serving her community since moving to the area more than 17 years ago. Since being elected in 2007, Becky has been instrumental in a number of City projects that have enhanced our community. Some of these projects include: The new Grimes Bridge and Hembree Road bridge projects; the Holcomb Bridge Road at Highway 9 intersection improvements; the Chattahoochee Bridge Pedestrian improvement; the Mimosa Blvd. extension; the South Atlanta Street Study; the Grimes Bridge Road Roundabout; and the Bike Box/Sharrows street markings as well as the recently completed Holcomb Bridge sidewalk project.
Becky was also instrumental in the City’s offering residents free 65-gallon recycling bins, a $1 million investment by Roswell’s commercial curbside recycling provider, and passage of the City’s stormwater ordinance and utility fee which will allow the city to maintain and make improvements to our aging stormwater system. This was accomplished with a concurrent reduction in solid waste fee charges.
Becky not only serves as one of your councilmembers, but also gives her time to a number of committees and boards in the Metro Atlanta Area. They include: Senator John Albers’ Education Committee, the Roswell Historical Society, Keep Roswell Beautiful, Roswell Rotary and Bike Roswell. She has also represented Roswell on the North Fulton Transportation Comprehensive Stakeholders’ Committee, was appointed by Mayor Jere Wood to the International Cooperation Committee, and was appointed by former Commissioner Lynne Riley to the Fulton County Water Use Task Force.
Prior to being elected to the Roswell City Council, Becky worked for the Fulton County Board of Commissioners as the North Fulton County Liaison to County Commissioners Mike Kenn and Bob Fulton. She was responsible for constituent issues, and briefing the commissioners on all North Fulton zonings and transportation projects. She was instrumental in establishing the successful Fulton County Code Enforcement Board and served as its Chairman. She also served on the Roswell Design Review Board.
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