DECATUR, Ga.—DeKalb County District 4 Commissioner Steve Bradshaw will host his second Quarterly in the Fourth community breakfast meeting Saturday, May 18, from 9 to 11 a.m., at Freedom Middle School, 505 South Hairston Road, Stone Mountain.
DeKalb County department representatives will be available for question and answers and special guest speakers will provide an update on DeKalb County’s special purpose local option sales tax (SPLOST) projects.
“Being accessible to my constituents is critical to improving the quality of life for DeKalb residents,” Commissioner Bradshaw said. “These community breakfast meetings provide us with an opportunity to partner together on the progress being made to move District 4 and DeKalb County forward.”
The focus of these community meetings is to provide residents with information and resources and to address the concerns of constituents.
“This meeting will include an update from the SPLOST management team on several infrastructure projects completed and underway,” Commissioner Bradshaw said.
Remaining 2019 Quarterly in the Fourth Community Breakfast meetings are listed below:
- Saturday, July 27, at Stone Mountain Middle School, 4301 Sarr Parkway, Stone Mountain
- Saturday, Oct. 26, at Champion Middle School, 5265 Mimosa Drive, Stone Mountain