TUCKER, Ga. (May 1, 2018) – With a focus on Tucker’s future, Mayor Frank Auman will give his second State of the City Address on May 11. The speech, scheduled for 4 p.m. at Tucker’s City Hall Annex, will be free and open to the public.
The past year saw a string of major accomplishments for Tucker: the City assumed responsibility for its parks, including the Tucker Recreation Center; City leaders came to terms with DeKalb County on innovative intergovernmental agreements covering police, roads and drainage, storm water and 911 services; City Council adopted Tucker’s first-ever Comprehensive Plan; and the City operated a balanced budget that allowed for additional money to be put in reserve for the work ahead.
“There’s no question that 2017 was a banner year in establishing Tucker as an incorporated city,” Mayor Auman said. “But we’re working hard to build upon our foundation and make 2018 even more successful for our citizens and business owners.”
The Mayor’s address will touch on priorities with SPLOST spending, parks improvements, citizen services and other areas of focus for the City in the upcoming year. It will be his second State of the City Address since taking office as Tucker’s first mayor in 2016.