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TUCKER, Ga. (September 14, 2017) – Longtime Tucker resident Michael Williams passed away this week after a courageous battle with cancer. Following an accomplished career in municipal planning, Williams helped the new City of Tucker get off the ground in 2016 as the City’s first-ever Planning Commission Chairman.
Tucker’s City Council met Wednesday night at the City Hall Annex for their first meeting of the month of September – a gathering that was delayed two days by severe weather. Mayor Auman welcomed two new faces to City business, administering oaths of office to Bonnie Warne and Steve Smith.
Despite challenges with schools and power outages, things are starting to get back to normal in the City of Tucker following strong rain and winds that swept through the City from the remnants of Hurricane Irma.
Do not call 911 for non-life-threatening incidents during Irma response. Due to an unusually high call volume, DeKalb County residents are urged to use E911 only for life-threatening emergency calls.
Tucker's City Hall will be closed Monday in anticipation of Hurricane Irma.
Officials with the City of Tucker are working with leaders from DeKalb County in coordinating a response to potential power outages and flooding triggered by Hurricane Irma.