DeKalb Strong hosting ‘Voter Information’ night
A group that’s heading up the opposition to new cities in DeKalb County will be hosting a meeting tonight aimed at providing information to voters ahead of the November elections.
This year the Legislature approved puttingthe proposed cities of LaVista Hills and Tucker on the ballot.
Tucker would have a population of around 33,000 people. LaVista Hills would have a population of over 65,000.
“In November, we will be voting on whether or not to form a new city. Come learn about the possible effects of creating a new level of government, as well as other local changes coming out of the Georgia Assembly this session,” the event description says. “We will be joined by Captain Tracy, assistant precinct commander for the DeKalb Central precinct, and Trenton Arnold, Regional Superintendent, DeKalb County School System.”
The meeting will be at 7 pm at Clairmont Hills Church located at 1995 Clairmont Rd, Decatur, Georgia 30033.