TUCKER, Ga. (March 13, 2017) – Tucker Mayor Frank Auman will deliver the City’s first-ever State of the City Address on May 12, one day before the annual Tucker Day celebration.
The State of the City Address will touch on the progress made in the first year of Tucker’s cityhood, as well as look ahead to some of the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in Year Two.
“Tucker has a lot going on in 2017,” Mayor Auman said. “We’ll look forward to updating our citizens and business owners on next steps for our comprehensive plan and the exciting process of assuming responsibility for Tucker’s parks.”
The speech will be part of the grand opening celebration for Tucker’s rehabilitated City Hall Annex on 1st Avenue. The venue, which is being refurbished by Tucker-based D.K. Lippy Construction, will house City meetings and other events.
“To have this celebration serve as the unofficial kickoff to Tucker Day weekend will be phenomenal,” Auman said. “This is a new city, but with 125 years of tradition. I’m looking forward to all the great things the Tucker Business Association and Tucker Historical Society have planned to help us celebrate.”
The grand opening festivities are May 12 from 1-3 p.m. Mayor Auman’s State of the City Address will begin at 2 o’clock.