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Friday, May 17, 2013

The Next Tucker Together Informational Meeting - May 21, 2013

Informational Meeting
May 21, 2013 - 7pm
St. Andrews Presbyterian Church

Brandon L. Bowen
Please join Tucker Together next Tuesday, May 21 at 7:00 PM at St Andrews Presbyterian Church for the 2nd in a series of meetings to explore the processes and possibilities of Tucker becoming a city.  We welcome guest speaker Brandon L. Bowen,  partner with civil trial firm Jenkins & Bowen, who will discuss zoning and planning possibilities in a potential city of Tucker and as a county service.  There will be an opportunity for questions and answers.

Areas seeking to incorporate must provide at least three of the following services, either directly or by contract:  law enforcement; fire protection/fire safety; road and street maintenance or construction; solid waste management; water supply and/or distribution; waste water management; storm water collection and disposal; electric or gas utility service; code enforcement (building, housing, electrical, etc.); planning and zoning; or recreational facilities.  We will be continuing through this list at subsequent meetings.

Tucker Together’s goal is to provide access to information so that we can explore our options as a community.  We are also accepting donations to fund a feasibility study that will help us better understand Tucker’s viability as a city.

For more information, please visit Tucker Together on line.

Donations can still be made to Tucker Together at their donation page.

Car magnets will be available for $10.00 at all Tucker Together events, at Cofer Brothers and at Local 7.  All proceeds go towards funding the feasibility study.

T-shirts with the Tucker, GA magnet graphic can still be bought from Yellow Llama, either at their store at 2321 Main Street, or through their website at YellowLlama/TuckerTogether.  A major portion of the proceeds will go towards the Tucker Together feasibility study fund.

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