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After several months of planning and preparation, the City of Tucker officially assumed responsibility of the Tucker Recreation Center this morning. The facility, which is the most heavily utilized recreation center in DeKalb County, had been operated by the County since its inception.
The City of Tucker has no millage rate, so residents often ask: "How do you fund a City budget?"
Tucker is prepared to kick off 2018 by swearing in only the second City Council in the City’s brief incorporated history. The swearing-in ceremony will be the highlight of what promises to be an extremely lengthy City Council meeting agenda.
Tucker’s Mayor and City Council held their final scheduled meeting of 2017 on Monday night at the City Hall Annex. The meeting featured a packed agenda, including three issues requiring public hearings.
Mayor Auman is urging all Tucker residents to drive with care and to stay off the roads completely from late Friday night into Saturday morning.
The City of Tucker is asking residents and other stakeholders to consider volunteering for one of six boards or commissions the City will have in 2018. The applications for those bodies are due for consideration by December 18.