Wednesday, September 09, 2009

News From Tina D'Aversa

Dear Milton Neighbor,

I am seeking re-election to the Milton City Council this year, and I want your vote! In order to make it easier on you to cast your vote, I am providing voter information below.

Please vote for me on November 3, 2009, so that I can continue my strong, successful service to the citizens of Milton and North Fulton. I stand for the citizens of Milton so that every person is represented fairly.

If you would like additional information including a comprehensive list of my accomplishments and goals for Milton, please email me at or visit my web site at It is vital to the success of our city and I return to the city council post. I must continue my work without interruption; there is much left to accomplish. My goals are to maintain the vision of Milton for all citizens of our wonderfully diverse city.

Voting in Milton for At Large District Candidates - You vote for all Districts!
You must be a citizen of Milton (living within the borders of the city) to vote in City of Milton elections for City Council and the Mayor.

Once you are a registered voter with Fulton County, and you are a qualified citizen of the City of Milton, you can vote for all elected positions in the City of Milton.

Each voter has the opportunity to vote for each council district. You do not vote only for your district representative but for one council representative for each district.

If you live in District 5 you vote for Districts 1 through 6 and the Mayor.

November 3, 2009, you are asked to elect council representatives for Districts 1, 3, 5 and the Mayor. Elected council members must live in the district they serve. I am your District 5 Council Member.

Register to Vote

In order to vote in the election you must be registered no later than October 5, 2009. Visit the
Fulton County web site to download registration forms.

More Ways to VoteOften it is hard to find the time to go to the voter precinct so I am sending some information to guide you through the absentee voter process.

Absentee Ballot

Yes, you can vote for me now by submitting your absentee ballot. Just visit

Official Absentee Ballot Application forms can be faxed or mailed from the Fulton County office or you may pick up applications, limited to 20, from the Fulton County office. For further information regarding Voting By Mail, please contact the Voter Registration Division by calling (404) 612-7060 or by fax at (404) 730-8839.

Early and Advanced Voting Locations

Georgia voters no longer need a reason to vote prior to Election Day. You may vote by mail or participate in Early/Advanced Voting. In-person voting at Voter Registration offices begins 45 days prior to an election, or 21 days prior for Municipal Elections.Early Voting for the November 3, 2009 Municipal General Election will be held at the following locations from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday.Fulton County Government Center (Downtown) 141 Pryor Street, Suite 4064(404) 612-7060North Service Center7741 Roswell Road, Room 209(404) 613-7675Advanced Voting for the November 3, 2009, Municipal General Election will occur the week of October 26 - 30, 2009.As a reminder, several important city meetings are planned in September including our budget review and financial modeling for the comprehensive planning process.
I have listed the meetings below and additional information is available at Please visit the City of Milton web site for updates as these meetings are subject to change.

I am but a phone call away, If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact me by telephone or email or

Proven leadership with experience you can trust!

Tina D'Aversa
Milton City Council Member
District 5 at Large
678-242-2498 Direct

Protecting and Preserving ALL of Milton

September Meetings Click on the event title for additional information or the Calendar link below. Please visit the City of Milton Web Site for a complete list of city meetings and events.

City of Milton May Meeting Calendar of the City Boards and Commissions
Milton Milers Walking Club
Milton walkers meet at Starbucks at Bethany Road and Highway 9 each Sunday at 6:00 PM and walk for health wellness and neighborly conversation

City Council Meeting Wednesday, September 9, 2009, 6:00 PM
Highway 9 Design Guideline Committee September 10, 2009, 4:00 PM

City Council Work Session September 14, 2009, 6:00 PM
City Council Meeting September 21, 2009, 6:00 PM
CPAC / TSAC Meeting September 24, 2009, 6:00 PM
Milton City Hall, 13000 Deerfield Parkway, Milton, Georgia 30004
The above meetings are held at
Milton City Hall, 13000 Deerfield Parkway, Milton, Georgia 30004.

Join us each Sunday at 6:00 PM at the Starbucks on Bethany Bend Road, Milton. The walk is 3.5 to 5.5 miles.
Milton Milers Walking Club Kick-Off
City of Milton Vision and Mission Statement
Incorporated on December 1, 2006, the City of Milton is a distinctive community that embraces small-town life and heritage while preserving and enhancing the city's equestriancentric rural character.
The City of Milton is committed to maintaining a unique quality of life while efficiently delivering essential services to residents and businesses in an interactive community environment.


Anonymous said...

My goodness, what gibberish.

Is this person in control of her faculties?

I must disagree: she must be removed from her seat, in order to protect and advance the City. One only need attempt to read this convoluted message to understand the problem.
Please, fellow citizens, use your judgement, intellect and reason rather than emotion or habit when deciding if this person deserves another few years of taxpayer subsidized posing and accumulation of meaningless titles.

Anonymous said...

I'd rather know this about our candidates. Did they support not allowing our elementary school children to hear our President this week. I'd like to judge them more on their character, judgement and faith in government.

Anonymous said...

time for her to go. Out with the old, in with the new. Go Longoria!!

Anonymous said...

I have seen nothing in press about Longoria. What does this man stand for?

Anonymous said...

Some say he stands for Crooked Creek and nothing else.

Anonymous said...

If he shows up, shuts up and pays attention, it will be a quantum leap forward for Milton.

Hopefully, he isn't about to ditch his spouse, go through a second adolescence, while shutting down a third failed business in a row, yet grovel to collect meaningless titles..oops, that's already been done. No one could be that bad, even someone representing the largest community in Milton as a rookie official.

Anonymous said...

The computer phone message last night was quite an act of desperation. Crooked Creek's man must be a threat.

Anonymous said...

She might want to reconsider and run for the county line.