Friday, October 10, 2008

Newsletter From Council Person Tina D'Aversa

Community Meeting October 16, 2008, 6:00 Milton City Hall
Dear Milton Neighbor,

I am pleased to invite you to attend a community discussion hosted by myself and council member Alan Tart.

As you know each council member represents the entire City of Milton. Council member Tart and I feel it is important to address some issues and concerns we are hearing from residents living in Districts 5 and 6. All residents are welcome to attend the discussion.

I have received invitations to attend Homeowners Association Meetings in District 5. In most instances, members of our city team should also attend these meetings to address questions and concerns. Therefore, a meeting centralized at City Hall on October 16 will allow citizens to join the city team for an informational discussion. The city staff representing Parks and Recreation, Public Works, Community Development, Public Safety and Finance will be on hand to discuss current matters and answer frequently asked questions.

Topics for discussion will include but are not limited to

Fulton County Property Tax Explanations
Crime Prevention
Community Planning for Highway 9
Traffic Management
Noise Control
Land use and zoning
Parks Plans

Please bring your questions and comments and join the team for this needed discussion. It is vital to the future of Milton that residents get involved and voice their opinions regarding important issues. You may feel free to forward this email to your neighbors.

I hope to see you and look forward to a thoughtful discussion. Milton City Hall is located at 13000 Deerfield Parkway.

Tina D'AversaPreserving Milton 678-242-2498

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Emergency 911 Public Safety Dispatch Transition a Success

The City of Milton transition of the Emergency 911 and Public Safety Dispatching from the Fulton County Emergency Dispatch Center and Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) to the City of Alpharetta Emergency Dispatch Center and PSAP on October 1, 2008, was success. All wired phones or "land lines" were changed through a programming process. Citizens that have these phones will not need to take any action. It is important to note that citizens who have VOIP (voice over internet protocol) service may need to take action. It is the responsibility of those users to notify their service provider and tell them of the change.
The information for the Alpharetta Public Safety E911 Dispatch Center and PSAP is as follows:
City of Alpharetta Dispatch Center
2565 Old Milton Parkway
Alpharetta, Georgia 30004
(678) 297-6300
Milton's Public Safety Department has been working to transition its dispatch center since its inception in May 2007. Thank you for your attention to this very important issue. Any questions, please contact the Milton Public Safety Department at 678.242.2570.


Anonymous said...

OK, is this Tina or Lisa? They both sign "Protect Milton"!

Anonymous said...

This is Tina Pelosi, candidate for Mayor of Milton, 2009.

Totally shameless backstabber of former ally, Joe Lockwood, born-again sewer nazi and all around caricature of herself.

Incidentally, Lisa is live, Tina is memorex.

Anonymous said...

Joe, your paranoia is showing.

Anonymous said...

Why are we having community discussions with only two council members?

I disagree with this "Ok, then we will have our own meetings" mentality.

LEARN TO WORK AS A TEAM! Milton deserves that much.

Anonymous said...

Residents are also part of "the team" and need to be informed. I see nothing wrong with our council members reaching out to us to explain what's going on.

Anonymous said...

Why aren't the other council members, including Joe, ALSO sponsoring this informative outreach program?

Anonymous said...

Professor(TD), will there be any skinny dipping?

Anonymous said...

This informative outreach program is geared more towards District 5 and 6 residents because they have special needs and issues that other districts dont seem to have.

That is why I wanted to focus it more towards mine and Alan's district. All are invited and feel free to chime in especially if you have an issue with crime, sewer, or immigrants in your neighborhood.


Anonymous said...

EEK...there is an immigrant standing on a sewer drain in my neighborhood!

Anonymous said...

Call Joe. Maybe he could train him to be a teller.

Anonymous said...

I guess Tina or Julie wish they knew how to run something successfully-
Like a business, an honest campaign, a real marriage.

Need we go on? Stop the cheap shots on the one holding things together here.

Anonymous said...

Just remember how hard Joe worked to get J,T,T elected, unethically at that. He made the wrong decision then and now must live with the consequences. I wouldn't say he is "holding things together." Maybe trying to save face.