From district 6 commissioner Kathie Gannon: Foreclosure prevention; Live healthy DeKalb; DeKalb Library strategic planning public meetings; Mason Mill Park restoration project.
From county CEO Burrell Ellis: Community Council meetings; Free recycling; Job readiness training; DeKalb library public meetings; Food safety.
From U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson: Fiscal Cliff; Foreclosure prevention.
From District 2 commissioner Jeff Rader: BOC agenda; Zoning agenda; Alternative gift market 12/1; No trash pickup 11/22 or 11/23.
From District 6 commissioner Kathie Gannon: Computer Coaching; Arabia Mountain tour.
From state rep. Mary Margaret Oliver: Tuesday is ELECTION DAY! One million Georgians have already voted, but if you have not yet voted, please allow me to share how I will vote on the two constitutional amendments that are on our ballots. I will vote NO on AMENDMENT No. 1 which creates a new state authority to override local school board's decisions on starting charter schools.
From District 6 commissioner Kathie Gannon: Voting; South River Cleanup; Neighborhood Summit; Shredding and Shoe donation event; Dignity film festival.
From U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson: Rockdale job fair; Upcoming job fairs; Consumer protections; Art remaking communities; Meals on wheels; Service academy; Green energy; MLK Jr. Parkway; Edu grants; Museum grants; South River.
For our gardeners from the Georgia Perimeter College Native Plant Garden: 15% Discount. Friday, Oct. 26 & Nov. 2 and Saturday, October 27, Wednesday, October 31. Hours: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
From commissioner Kathie Gannon: BOC agenda; Little Creek Farm Festival; Household Hazardous Waste event; Early voting.
From commissioner Jeff Rader: Village at Mason Mill meeting 10/11. DeKalb International Music and Food Festival 10/13.
From district 6 commissioner Kathie Gannon: Toilet rebate, Winship run 10/13, Household Hazardous waste event 10/20.
From U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson: Time for Congress to work; Voter registration; Dekalb Chamber; Import-Export bank/jobs; AIDS funding; Domestic violence; The 99%; Help for homeowners; Seniors; Post office; Service academies; FEMA challenge.
From District 6 commissioner Kathie Gannon: The DeKalb County Board of Commissioners recently took a big step to make DeKalb County greener. Last Tuesday the Board voted to eliminate the initial $30 sign-up fee for curbside recycling. It’s time for more DeKalb residents to recycle.
From District 2 commissioner Jeff Rader: Free recycling; Voting info; Meeting on Thursday, October 11, 2012 at Mason Mill Park Recreation Center to discuss formation of the Village at Mason Mill, a collaborative mechanism for the delivery of senior services in the community.
From CEO Burrell Ellis' office: Neighborhood Summit; Free recycling; Voting info; Watersense products tax-free; Cancer walk; Food festival.
From district 6 commissioner Kathie Gannon: Register to vote; Electronics recycling; Drug take back day; 4H information.
For our gardeners from the Georgia Perimeter College native plant garden.
Fern Madness Sale
From U.S. rep. Hank Johnson: Congress' unfinished business; Voter Registration; Reach out & Read; DeKalb Chamber of Commerce; Senior Entrepreneurs; New U.S. Citizens; Veterans.
From district 2 commissioner Jeff Rader: 2012 Beat the Badge 5K Road Race, The DeKalb Police Alliance and Chick-fil-A, Saturday, September 15th, 9:00 am. DeKalb County Police Headquarters, 1960 West Exchange Place, Tucker, GA 30084