Your Voice is Important!

Your Voice is Important!

Let legislators know you support a City of Tucker. Send now before you go trick or treating or join in the fun at Trunk or Treat on Main Street and be sure to share with others – both this post and your candy!

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The City of Tucker Will be Protected by a Strong Police Force

The City of Tucker Will be Protected by a Strong Police Force

Public safety is key to local quality of life, and a strong police force will protect citizens of the new City of Tucker from day one. Police services will continue to be provided by DeKalb County Police in close partnership with neighborhoods …

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Crime Down Double Digits in Tucker and North-Central Precincts

Crime Down Double Digits in Tucker and North-Central Precincts

Public safety is an important issue, and DeKalb County Police continue to work with the Tucker community to lower crime rates and address citizens’ concerns. This increased cooperation is getting real results.

The Tucker Precinct has experienced a 20% drop in property crime since last year while North-Central Precinct’s decreased by 18%.*

Both of these precincts serve areas in the proposed City of Tucker map. Additional resources continue to be added by the DeKalb Police department, with 160 more sworn officers and 100 patrol cars on …

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Taste of Tucker Notes

Taste of Tucker Notes

Thanks to everyone who stopped by the Tucker 2015 booth at Taste of Tucker! What a fantastic example of the Tucker community’s love of gathering on Main Street for good times and great fun. Our volunteers appreciated the opportunity to have conversations with our neighbors, and to answer lots of questions about cityhood. Unfortunately misinformation continues to persist on several key issues, so here are some facts based on yesterday’s questions:

FACT – Citizens of the new city can add city services such as police

This is …

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Community Meeting Notes 9-23-14

It was standing room only at the Tucker 2015 Community Meeting this week. Held at Northeast Baptist Church on Chamblee-Tucker Road, the meeting drew residents from neighborhoods near Livsey Elementary and Evans Road who packed the room to learn more about the proposed City of Tucker. The prevailing input was from residents who expressed concern about being included in the map for another cityhood effort.

Following the same format as the Community Meeting last week, attendees were given an update from Frank Auman on the current …

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