Want proof that the people of Tucker are among the most active and civically engaged of any city in Georgia? Look no further than the first-ever citywide Tucker Town Hall Meeting.
On January 24, nearly 300 Tucker residents and business owners packed the cafeteria at Tucker Middle School to participate in a program that was designed to give them a chance to get to know city leaders and staff, as well as to learn about some of the immediate priorities of the City.
The public was invited to submit questions for an hour-long, moderated question and answer session with the Mayor and City Council. That was followed by an open reception, where people could approach any member of the City government with questions or concerns that they wanted answered.
The big points of conversation included development, strategy with regards to taking over Tucker parks, traffic and code enforcement.
If you missed the Town Hall, you can find a video recording on the City’s YouTube page. Additionally, each elected representative and staff member’s contact information is readily available on the tuckerga.gov website.