Where are the observations about the impact of potential new cities on the rest of the county?
Where is the description about the new software that allows various scenarios to be mapped out and their feasibility studied instantly?
Where is the part that talks about the importance of schools or how the refugee population is going to be served when all areas of unincorporated land become parts of new or existing cities?
Well, for what it is worth.... here is what the AJC reports as the final recommendations of the Operations Task Force. Read the full story here.
They don't live here so what they could possibly say or do to advocate on behalf of our residents without actually knowing much about us is a mystery. How Tucker reportedly collected money for them AND a feasibility report is another mystery. What's in the charter document is another one. Who is going to break the news to the Gwinnett Tucker residents that they were cut before any proposals were even put on the table?
So many questions.... maybe "now" isn't really the time for Tucker after all. At least not time to incorporate when the self appointed "leaders" already blew through the first bit of cash they got their hands on and will now probably come back to ask for more.