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Jime Bracco Resigns as Georgetown BID Executive Director

A year after the Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID) underwent a rebranding initiative tagged "Come out and play," its executive director has resigned.

"The Georgetown BID's Executive Director, Jim Bracco, has decided to leave the BID after an exemplary three-and-a-half years of service." In a letter Tuesday to its members, the organization's president, Crystal Sullivan, went on to say, "On behalf of the BID's Board of Directors, we would like to thank Jim for his great efforts on making Georgetown a clean, safe and enticing community for our businesses to thrive and visitors to enjoy. He has been a steady presence in not only the Georgetown community but in representing our neighborhood amongst city agencies and initiatives. We greatly appreciate his time and level of service to Georgetown, and he will be missed."

With several new community projects underway including the recently approved security camera initiative, and holiday street-scape options to be unveiled shortly, Sullivan told The Georgetown Dish," We're at a crossroads now, and will be searching for an executive director to help position Georgetown as a renowned destination."