Don’t be fooled by Frank Sapp’s low-key demeanor - his enthusiasm for Tucker is bubbling just below the surface.
When the community began considering cityhood, he was among the first to raise his hand. An already engaged citizen, Frank attended community listening sessions and added his voice to the informed discussion going on among his neighbors. As efforts took shape, he put his boots to the ground traveling door to door delivering information directly to those who would benefit by the creation of the new city.
When the votes were tallied and cityhood was approved, Frank celebrated by offering to serve. He was appointed by City Council to the Planning Commission, a critical body tasked with making recommendations on rezoning, special land use permits, and comprehensive plan amendments. Frank’s love of his community was essential to guiding these often highly-charged considerations impacting Tucker’s future.
Not content to sit on the sidelines when his term expired, Frank extended his service by ramping up his involvement in the Tucker Civic Association (TCA), a volunteer organization of residents and business owners who work together to promote a healthy, safe, and fun community. As a member of the TCA Board, Frank’s leadership is invaluable to a successful partnership with the City. Always willing to help a neighbor, Frank was also instrumental in assisting members of the Hughes Pointe community when they sought to be annexed into the City of Tucker.
Frank is more than worthy of recognition as Tucker Citizen of the Month!
Nomination by Terry Cole