Yet... advocates for new cities in DeKalb have claimed NOT ONLY that they would offer businesses a much needed improvement to their current permitting and zoning process, but also that this would be a primary driver of ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT for their little slice of the county. FURTHERMORE, right after the last legislative session ended, City of Tucker advocates were even claiming that THIS was a reason all by itself for us to be behind the efforts to incorporate.
|Are the residents of Tucker getting enough of a warning about what could happen if|
they get a city that can't support itself and fail?
Well, now you don't have to read about the frustrating lack of response we received on our inquiries because we have learned, straight from the source of those who have to get permits regularly, what we all suspected all along...
CITIES WILL CHARGE MORE MONEY FOR PERMITS THAT TAKE LONGER TO ISSUE
THE COSTS WILL BE PASSED ALONG TO YOU!
Read what the Pool and Spa Industry says about the permit process and the problems new cities are creating for them in metro Atlanta: