As a fellow Milton citizen I am sure you have had your inbox bombarded with campaign information and much of it says the same thing. One thing I have noticed is that councilpersons Lusk and Thurman are not pointing to their voting record regarding land use decisions, or their campaign contributors. Also they do not talk about how poorly they have treated many of the citizens and fellow council members who have had a difference of opinion. The people we elect need to uphold the law and ordinances that protect the adjacent landowners and will shape how our city looks and is governed in the future. The people we vote to serve for the next 4 years will be making decisions for Milton's Future Land Use maps that will dictate future commercial and residential zoning. These leaders will finalize the contentious issue of the sewer service delivery map, they will plan where our new City Hall will reside, and they will continue to vote on zoning variances or change zoning ordinances that will shape our city.
My family and I are voting for Bernard Wolff, write-in candidate Al Trevillyan, and incumbent Tina D'Aversa in this election because we have studied the issues closely and watched the actions/decisions on council by the incumbents. First hand experience has led us to a decision to support this slate of candidates. Trevillyan, D'Aversa, and Wolff are good honest people who bring a great diversity of education, experience, and opinion that will serve our community greatly. We believe these candidates will not lose sight of watching out for ALL of the citizens of Milton and protect everyone’s quality of life regardless of where you live. Our city is an oasis in North Fulton County and it is important to have carefully planned development that does not follow the same mindset of the communities that surround us. We feel confident these three individuals will be leaders our city can be proud of and put an end to nasty Milton politics.
Please join us Tuesday November 3rd and vote for Wolff, Trevillyan and D'Aversa. You may take a sample ballot (attached) into the voting booth with you.
Hoping for a Milton we can be proud of,
Carter and Cary Schlenke
Citizens of Milton Support TREVILLYAN, WOLFF and D'AVERSA
Please VOTE wisely Tuesday November 3rd
J. David Chatham (one of North Fulton's largest property developers)
John F. Wieland (John Wieland Homes)
Dillard and Galloway - attorneys for several local developers including John F. Wieland
Cauley Creek Water - private sewer treatment management company that operates Fulton County sewer treatment plant at Cauley Creek located in John's Creek
Nathan "Pete" Hendricks III - Fulton County-based rezoning attorney who assists developers in negotiating zoning changes
CD Lake Deerfield LLC
Six Hills Phase 4 LLC
JT Adams Builders
Chatham Neighborhoods LLC
Answer: They have all contributed to the campaigns
After removing all the dirty politics, Candidates saying what they need to say to get elected and outright lies, the only sure fire way to tell fact from fiction is to follow the MONEY. Businesses, especially in these economic times, are very carefully choosing where to invest their funds for the greatest returns.
Tina D'Aversa, Bernard Wolff, and Al Trevillyan have not and will not take a dime for developers and therefore there will be no conflict of interest when they are elected to the Milton City Council.