Publications

VGbuttonLARGE
The DeKalb Strong, May 24 Election, Voter Guide
Debate between DeKalb Strong and Lavista Hills, September 30, 2015

 

Voter Assistance:
There is confusion about which residents will get a vote on the cityhood referendum on November 3, 2015. The file below lists home addresses that are included in the voter roll within the Lavista Hills footprint and will receive a ballot that includes the question on cityhood.

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Using this file: Street names are listed alphabetically, followed by two columns that show street number range. Yes, it can be confusing, but we’ve simplified it tremendously and we promise that it’s easier than the one that was released by the supervisor of elections.

We are working to assemble information that examines the impacts of new city creation and annexation. Please feel free to post links to our information or print and distribute it.

One page editorial letter

Trifold brochure

Open Letter to Lee May, August 10, 2015

Video

Voter Information Night, May 14, 2015

Presentation

Impacts of Cityhood

Tax impact of annexation

My personal journey on the issue of Cityhood in DeKalb County
By: Ron McCauley

CVI Cityhood Feasibility Studies:

lavista_hills_051415_feasibility_final_edition

original Lakeside CVI study

city of brookhaven

city of dunwoody

Other Documents:

DeKalb Commission District Map