Fulton County Commissioner Joe Carn will host the first of his Town Hall meetings for 2020 at World Changers Church International (WCCI), College Park, on Jan. 28, 6:00 pm -8:00 pm.

This kick-off will address issues of concern for residents District 6’s southwest community. Topics will include the 2020 Census, Fulton County Budget and funding for various Fulton County programs, new voting machines for the up-coming 2020 presidential primary elections, issues impacting senior citizens, and more.

“We have invited all community leaders to come out and talk to our people,” Carn said. “Our concerns are the U.S Census and the need for our people to understand the importance of being counted. We also want to talk about the Fulton County budget.”

For over thirty years, WCCI has been a leader within the local, national, and international community
and we are pleased and appreciative that Bishop Creflo Dollar and Pastor Taffy Dollar have welcomed District 6 community neighbors into their campus.

Commission District 6 covers 209 square miles of the southern part of Fulton County which encompasses the Fulton Industrial Boulevard area along with the cities of Chattahoochee Hills, Palmetto, Fairburn, the City of South Fulton, Union City, parts of College Park and Hapeville.

There are over 152,000 residents in this district of South Fulton County; seven mayors and 35 city council persons.

For more information, or to offer suggestions and agenda topics, please contact the office of District 6 at the Fulton County Commissioner’s office located at 141 Pryor Street. You may contact the Commissioner’s office at 404-612-8222.

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(Photo: Courtesy of Commissioner Joe Carn)

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