Town Hall & New Year

Representative Holcomb

I want to wish everyone a Happy New Year! I'm looking forward to the 2017 legislative session and I wanted to send a brief update to inform you about an upcoming town hall and information about the start of the session.

Town Hall on January 5th

The DeKalb County House Delegation will hold a town hall meeting on Thursday, January 5th, at the Doraville Civic Center, 3770 Central Ave., Doraville, 30340, from 6:30-8:00 PM. This is an opportunity for you to present your thoughts and concerns to members of the DeKalb House delegation.

Legislative Session Begins on January 9th

The 2017 legislative session begins on January 9th at and will then run for forty days. I will do my best to provide updates to you throughout the session. You can reach me via phone at (404) 656-6372 or by email at If you are a constituent, please include your residential address with your email. This greatly helps my office to identify emails from constituents. Also, here is the link to the Georgia House: You can use this website to watch the House while it is in session, to monitor committee meetings, and to track legislation.

Page Program

My office welcomes pages for the upcoming session. Information about the program and the interest form can be found here: Pages must be 12 years old at the time of application. The paperwork can be emailed to JC Bryant, my administrative assistant, at

Take good care, and best wishes for 2017.

Very truly yours,


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