Proposed Map for Lakeside and Tucker

3.13.2014
Scott

Copy of Map Agreed to By Lakeside and Tucker




To my Constituents:

Today I was able to get a copy of the map with the proposed Tucker and Lakeside borders that have been agreed to by the Lakeside City Alliance and Tucker 2014. The map has not yet received a vote, but I wanted to publish it so the public can view it. I believe it is critically important that this process be open and transparent.

Some constituents have asked whether Livsey Elementary is in the proposed city of Lakeside or Tucker. Based on our reading of the map, the school would be in the proposed city of Tucker, across Livsey Road from the Livsey precinct. Those who live in that precinct would be in the city of Lakeside, however. For additional questions or further clarification, I recommend that you contact the leaders of the Lakeside City Alliance or Tucker 2014. They negotiated the borders and can best answer your questions.

My best,

Scott



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