Thank you for supporting me for re-election to the Milton City Council. Your support is tremendous and I am forever humbled by the support everyone has shown me.
It is my honor to serve all citizens of our diverse community; a community where we can support and celebrate all cultures. This Saturday, October 25, 2009, Milton will plant the first city Christmas tree. The City of Milton invites residents and friends to attend an official Christmas tree planting ceremony 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 24, at the intersection of Webb Road and Highway 9. The tree, a 22-foot Deodar Cedar weighing approximately 3,700 pounds, was donated by Protect Milton, Inc. Hopewell Middle School Eco-Explorers and several school groups with an interest in environmental education will be at the event to celebrate this special pre-holiday experience. The city will announce plans for the official tree lighting ceremony as the holiday season draws closer.
A huge thank you to Lisa Cauley and Protect Milton for donating this tree and saving the city several thousand dollars which had been allocated to the tree purchase and transplanting effort. I look forward to seeing you Saturday morning at the corner of Web Road and Highway 9 for this historical occasion.
Protecting and Preserving ALL of Milton,
Milton City Council Member
District 5 at Large
Tina D'Aversa for Milton
In 2006, I provided my clear vision of Milton: Preserving our equestrian heritage and diverse lifestyles, managing and funding appropriate growth.
I have listened to the citizens of Milton and, my vision is the same in 2009 as the day I came to Milton.
Vote for Tina D'Aversa, November 3, 2009
Courtesy Tina D'Aversa 13568 Weycroft Circle Milton GA 30004