“With this week’s approval from the Board of Commissioners and the ARC, we can now begin seeking federal funds to start implementing priority projects within the CID, including the Northlake business district, downtown Tucker and the Lawrenceville Highway corridor,” said Ann Rosenthal, president of the Tucker-Northlake CID.
Does THIS sound like the public input described in the press release?
Here is an email sent by a taxpayer in Tucker after missing a CID input meeting. taxpayer missed a public input meeting due to horrific rainstorm that was in the area that day. Cars were unable to even drive to the location because they were stalling out along the side of the flooded roadway.
Deanna,We missed this event. Will there be another one, or will you please consider presenting at our next community meeting. We can schedule it at your convenience.
From: Ann RosenthalSent: Tuesday, March 31, 2015 9:48 AMTo: XXXXXCc: DeannaM@SizemoreGroup.com ; Bill De St.AubinSubject: FW: Tucker Northlake CIDDear XXXXX,
thank you for your interest in the Tucker-Northlake CID Master Plan. We have concluded our 3 community meetings. Because CIDs focus specifically for commercial property owners we are unable to provide neighborhood briefings. Please feel free to check back on the master plan site for any updates & thank you again for your interest.