Mayor Auman Looks at Latest Pandemic Statistics and Trends.Mayor Auman updated the community on positive trends in the coronavirus pandemic at the City Council meeting on October 13.
October 13, 2020
September 15, 2020
Mayor Auman Coronavirus UpdateThere are some positive trends in the battle against coronavirus. Mayor Auman took time during Monday's City Council meeting to look at some of the strides being made thanks to the diligence of mask wearing Tucker residents and those in surrounding areas.
Mayor Calls for Census CompletionHave you submitted your Census forms yet? You have until September 30 to make your household count! Every Tucker resident who completes participates in the Census brings more federal resources to our area in terms of hospitals, roads and schools. And if you’ve already completed the Census, tell your friends and neighbors to do the same!
September 14, 2020
July 13, 2020
Mayor Auman Encourages Mask WearingWith the coronavirus pandemic still at the forefront of our national consciousness, Mayor Auman is urging all Tucker residents to do the smart thing: wear a mask.
Reflections on Our Nation's IndependenceHundreds of millions of Americans celebrate our nation's independence, but most don't give much thought to how our nation was founded. Mayor Auman offers a look back at our nation's founding and evolution on this Independence Day 2020.
July 3, 2020
June 11, 2020
Conversation with Commissioner Nancy JesterMayor Auman joined DeKalb County Commissioner Nancy Jester on her weekly Facebook live broadcast to discuss several issues including social injustice, agreements between the City and the County, and Tucker’s upcoming Celebration of Independence and Fireworks Spectacular.
Social Injustice ResolutionOn June 8, 2020, Tucker’s Mayor and City Council voted unanimously to approve a resolution on social injustice. In this resolution, the Council calls on the Georgia legislature and members of Congress to enact hate crimes legislation.
SOCIAL INJUSTICE RESOLUTION
June 8, 2020
May 8, 2020
Coronavirus Mask InitiativeMayor Frank Auman announced Friday just before his State of the City Address plans to give away more than 6,000 surgical grade masks to those who need them most in the City of Tucker. The masks, which should become available next week, will be distributed first to assisted living facilities.