Tucker/LaVista Hills cityhood meeting tomorrow morning

12.18.2014
Scott

I was notified today that the five House member panel tasked with determining the final boundaries for the proposed cities of LaVista Hills and Tucker will meet tomorrow morning from 9AM to 11AM in Room 606 of the Coverdell Legislative Office Building to vote on boundaries. Because of the last-minute nature of the announcement, I am unable to reschedule a previous work engagement. However, I have communicated with the subcommittee Chair, who has assured me that the meeting will be streamed live and recorded for those who would like to watch. You can find a link to the live stream below. I will send out a summary of the meeting shortly thereafter.

LIVE STREAM OF THE DEKALB COUNTY CITYHOOD SUBCOMMITTEE OF GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS MEETING

If you are having difficulty using the link above, the broadcast can be found by going to www.house.ga.gov, clicking the 'Video Broadcasts' tab on the left-hand side of the page and clicking the event.



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