Who will provide public safety services to a City of Tucker?

Who will provide public safety services to a City of Tucker?

A City of Tucker will continue to work with our DeKalb County Fire Rescue and Police Departments. The brave men and women of these departments work in close partnership with Tucker neighborhoods and civic and business organizations to ensure public safety is a top priority.

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When does early voting start for the Tucker referendum?

When does early voting start for the Tucker referendum?

Early voting begins Monday, October 12th at the DeKalb County Voter Registration & Elections Office at 4380 Memorial Drive, Suite 300, Decatur. Early voting is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, October 24th

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How will Tucker’s city council be structured and elected?

How will Tucker’s city council be structured and elected?

The city council of the City of Tucker would consist of six members, plus the mayor. The mayor would earn $20,000 while each council member would earn $14,000 annually.

The first city elections would be held in March 2016. All city elections are nonpartisan.

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Who would determine Tucker’s zoning code ordinance?

Who would determine Tucker’s zoning code ordinance?

Tucker residents and business owners would determine Tucker’s zoning code ordinance.

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What are the benefits of providing Code Enforcement?

What are the benefits of providing Code Enforcement?

We know that Tucker is an inviting, safe and welcoming community. However, when things are left broken and unrepaired, people conclude no one cares and no one is in charge. Just as positive first impressions are extremely important in attracting businesses and residents, negative first impressions can impact business and attract crime.

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