Newly elected District 6 Fulton County Commissioner Joe Carn has set the dates for his first two town hall meetings.
He’ll hold both meetings at 6:00 p.m. One will be held on Thursday, Dec. 12 at the C.T. Martin Recreational Center, 3201 Martin Luther King, Jr., Drive, and the other on Tuesday, Dec. 17 at The Enon Church, 3550 Enon Road.
During the meetings, Commissioner Carn will identify District 6 priorities and discuss 2020 funding, new voter machines to be rolled out for the 2020 Presidential Primary Election, the 2020 census and issues impacting area seniors. More information about the town hall meetings is available by calling 404-612-8222.
Commissioner Carn was elected in a Special Election on Oct. 15, to fill the unexpired term of the late Emma Darnell. Since taking the seat, he’s served as an ally for South Fulton residents, advocating for parity in the way the county allocates funding for water and sewer improvements and transportation.
Commission District 6 covers 209 square miles of the southern part of Fulton County and encompasses the Fulton Industrial Boulevard area along with the entirety of the cities of Chattahoochee Hills, Palmetto, Fairburn and Hapeville. It also covers the majority of the cities of College Park, South Fulton and Union City. Portions of the cities of East Point and Atlanta, including parts of Neighborhood Planning Units (NPU) H, I, P and Q are also part of the district.
Photo: Carn addresses South Fulton residents at a candidate forum at Kingdom of God Ministry in the weeks leading up to the election.