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Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Milton District Results

Hopewell Baptist Church:

D'Aversa 92 Longoria 177

Lusk 185 Trevillyan 169

Thurman 162 Wolff 104


Northwestern Middle School:

D'Aversa 150 Longoria 193

Lusk 215 Trevillyan 120

Thurman 200 Wolff 145


Providence Baptist Church:

D'Aversa 238 Longoria 309

Lusk 340 Trevillyan 179

Thurman 305 Wolff 233


Summit Hill:

D'Aversa 302 Longoria 336

Lusk 352 Trevillyan 258

Thurman 340 Wolff 299


Hopewell Middle:

D'Aversa 167 Longoria 236

Lusk 256 Trevillyan 123

Thurman 229 Wolff 171


Cogburn Woods:

D'Aversa 184 Longoria 551

Lusk 583 Trevillyan 107

Thurman 526 Wolff 192


Manning Oaks: Results pending

D'Aversa 96 Longoria 111

Lusk 37 Trevillyan 155

Thurman 72 Wolff 133



18 comments:

Anonymous said...

See a trend yet?

Anonymous said...

THANK GOD!

Anonymous said...

YES!!!!!!!!

GREAT DAY IN MILTON!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Omg, this is amazing!!

Anonymous said...

Thurman, Lusk, Longoria!!!

Anonymous said...

This is a very sad day for the residents of Milton. But alas, it is the majority of Milton residents who didn't care enough to even show up and vote. Don't freak out when they want to plop a Walmart behind your subdivision or huge tract of acreage. Only a small portion of residents once again decided to be involved, and now one neighborhood out of many residents managed with Joe Lockwoods cocka mamee idealogue to support his nemisis who were dead set agains him for 3 years and Tina who he supported and worked along side in agreement for 3 years all at the same time. Lockwood won in the end, he managed to keep Karen and Bill from finding someone to run against him by offering his support for them, but sacrificed Tina. Hope he can live with his conscience, Milton Can't Joe. We will never forget the mess you made out of this election, and all for your own skin and selfish reasons. Now watch as Karen and Bill turn on him again eventually. A leopard never changes their spots.

Anonymous said...

This is a very sad day for the residents of Milton. But alas, it is the majority of Milton residents who didn't care enough to even show up and vote. Don't freak out when they want to plop a Walmart behind your subdivision or huge tract of acreage. Only a small portion of residents once again decided to be involved, and now one neighborhood out of many residents managed with Joe Lockwoods cocka mamee idealogue to support his nemisis who were dead set agains him for 3 years and Tina who he supported and worked along side in agreement for 3 years all at the same time. Lockwood won in the end, he managed to keep Karen and Bill from finding someone to run against him by offering his support for them, but sacrificed Tina. Hope he can live with his conscience, Milton Can't Joe. We will never forget the mess you made out of this election, and all for your own skin and selfish reasons. Now watch as Karen and Bill turn on him again eventually. A leopard never changes their spots.

Anonymous said...

6:50 poster: WHAT?!

Anonymous said...

Welcome to the new city of Crooked Creek people. They teamed up to get their gate, and the rest of the Milton citizens just don't care enough to go vote.

Anonymous said...

To the jzb slate, in the immortal words of George Burns, "Say goodnight Gracie."

Anonymous said...

Lusk, Thurman and Longoria --- time to trade the Milton equestrian logo for a shopping center logo. It is payback time to the developers who have you (Thurman, Lusk and Longoria) in their pockets. Everyone better start attending the council meetings or you'll wake up to a developer clearing the land next to your house to build a shopping center. Bye bye Milton, we'll miss you.....

Anonymous said...

Please give it a rest. Karen, Bill and now Longoria are not as pro rampant development as you say. They believe in working with and through developers to help create the Milton that the people want. Don't be sore losers. Let's work together.

Anonymous said...

Folks just got so dang tired of listening to what Julie wants. Tired of hearing how much she did. How Milton was Milton just because of her. If she would have just stopped for one minute and listened instead, perhaps all those she supported would have won. The history books will say that, in the end, she was able to accomplish the exact opposite of what she intended to do, not by lack of knowlwedge of law and government but because of something she can't change-personality.

Anonymous said...

6:50 poster - you'd better look at Tina's voting record and see how many times she voted with Julie and Alan and against Joe. Yet he was loyal enough to her to never outright publicly back away from her even with her ethics scandal. In the end, Milton DIDN'T trust Tina!

Anonymous said...

The people who like to refer to this place as the "city of Crooked Creek" clearly don't believe that the remaining citizens count. Did you notice that the candidates who won, won in every district??? How is that attributed to only one subdivision?

Anonymous said...

All of Milton spoke, from every apartment, condo, subdivision, open road neighborhood to equestrian estate.

Anonymous said...

It looks as though a handful of Milton Citizens got out and voted yesterday. Blame the citizens if you do not like the results not anyone else. Most people do not care what goes on in their backyard. And get over the Wal-mart stuff. Where it is zoned commercial there is already a Wal-mart, Target, Publix, etc. The people who own the properties with the land are not wanting to sell out like everyone thinks we are. And guess what there was not a Wal-mart, Target, Publix etc. up here 38 years ago. They came after the subdivisions came. So blame the builders for over building in Alpharetta, Roswell, and Milton. Where there is growth you have to have commercial or you have people complaining about having to go into Alpharetta, Roswell or Cumming. If you don't like what we have here then I think it is time for you to move on, maybe up in the hills.

Anonymous said...

Turnout was about 20% which is not bad for a city council election.