Town Hall Meetings 5/11 and 5/18

5.7.2015
Scott

Please join me at either of two town hall meetings that I am holding in order to discuss the highlights of the legislative session that concluded last month. Among the topics are:

—DeKalb County reform legislation (independent audit, ethics commission and purchasing)
—Referenda for proposed new cities of LaVista Hills and Tucker
—Transportation bill
—Referendum for Governor Deal's proposed constitutional amendment to address failing schools
—Other local and state issues

Henderson Mill Elementary School
2408 Henderson Mill Rd.
Atlanta 30345
Monday, May 11 7-8:15

Ashford Park Community Building
2980 Redding Rd.
Brookhaven 30319
Monday, May 18, 7-8:15


Evansdale Safe Routes to School meeting

For my constituents in the Evansdale community: I want to make sure you know about the meeting that will be held tomorrow, Thursday, May 7th from 6-7 PM, at the school. This meeting is being conducted by DeKalb County and the GA DOT for neighborhood residents to provide updated input regarding the sidewalk that was approved five years ago as part of the Safe Routes to School program.



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