There is still much confusion in the city electorate about the city powers, charter, and how to vote.
I encourage you all to participate in the Candidate forum on Monday night, February 27 from 7:30pm – 9:00pm at Christ the King Lutheran Church on Highway 141.
The city elected city council by charter acts on issues related to planning and zoning, code enforcement, and sanitation/trash. The Council consists of 6 council members and the mayor.
Three of the council members represent council members represent the three residential districts in the city. Voters will vote for a candidate in post 1,2, or 3 depending upon your address. In addition, you will vote for three(3) At Large candidates, one in post 4, 5, and 6 plus the mayor (unopposed).
The City of Peachtree Corners has chosen to be a “city lite”; a city that believes in limited government, yet a city that enables the citizens in it’s boundaries the privilege of self-determination and an open government that provides citizens the opportunity to be engaged through referendum in determining city future choices.
I would be honored to serve as the city council member for At Large Post 5 which is a city wide post. I believe in limited open government, fiscal responsibility, and citizen accessibility to public information. What our new city becomes is up to you the voters, it is the responsibility of council members to represent your interests and to make the best decisions possible based on the information available to serve you well. My past experience in business, education, and community service for over 30 years in our community, county, state, and international has enabled me to achieve results by finding where we can agree and move forward. Open and timely communication with our citizenry will be important to our city success. You are the difference.