Rep. Mike Jacobs & Proposed New City Lines
Representative Mike Jacobs publishes a newsletter from time to time and there are a few nuggets of information listed.
Rep. Mike Jacobs has scheduled a pair of town hall meetings to discuss the results of the soon-to-be released feasibility study for a City of Brookhaven.
There is likely to be a high level of interest in these meetings. The presentation at the beginning of each of these meetings will be the same. Two meetings have been scheduled so that, if one of them presents a schedule conflict, hopefully you can attend the other one.
Here are the two meetings:
Tuesday, November 15 7:00 p.m.
Cross Keys High School
1626 North Druid Hills Road
Thursday, November 17 7:00 p.m.
Montgomery Elementary School
3995 Ashford Dunwoody Road
To view the Brookhaven cityhood study area, click here.
The state legislators from DeKalb County will hold a public hearing on Thursday, November 10, at 6:00 p.m. at Chamblee Middle School, 3601 Sexton Woods Drive. This is an opportunity to make your voice heard on the state and local issues that matter to you.
Conspicuously absent from the countywide ballot in DeKalb County is a referendum to allow Sunday sales of alcohol. I supported Senate Bill 10, the legislation that enables local communities to decide this issue via public referendum. Our neighboring cities of Chamblee, Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, and Atlanta will be voting on this question next Tuesday. If you are in unincorporated DeKalb, however, the county has yet to do anything regarding Sunday sales.