Tucker’s City Council met for the final time in the month of June on Wednesday night, holding four public hearings on a range of issues.
With the City’s first downtown fireworks show now just two weeks away, Tucker’s summer event series is getting support from a new sponsor. Kroger, whose regional headquarters sits on the Tucker boundary, has agreed to join Jacobs Engineering as series sponsors of the TKR Summer of Fun.
Around 3 o’clock this morning, someone decided to try and rob the Waffle House on Lawrenceville Highway. He then fled to the Knights Inn motel across the street, leading to a standoff with police that lasted several hours. Eventually, the standoff was resolved peacefully, and three people were arrested.
The City of Tucker is standing by its commitment to responsible spending, as City leadership is set to approve a zero-millage rate for the upcoming budget year.
Tucker’s City Council held the first of two regular scheduled meetings on Monday night at the City Hall Annex. The only land use case to be presented was a special land use permit (SLUP) for a home-based business with customer contact.