Friday, November 21, 2008

Milton News From Julie Zahner Bailey

Dear Milton Neighbors, Friends and Citizens -

I hope this Thanksgiving season finds you and your families well in spirit and health. We have much for which to be thankful, most importantly our families, friends and faith. May this be a season in which we all have time to reflect and give thanks.

This brief release is intended to provide you information on the following:

The new school redistricting maps, proposals provided by the Fulton County Board of Education and ways to provide input,
Early voting and absentee information re:the Dec. 2nd Election,
Upcoming meetings.

If you are traveling over the Thanksgiving holiday, please be safe.

It is indeed a privilege and an honor to serve you and all Milton citizens. If I can be of help with anything, please give me a call or email me.

Blessings to you and your families,

Julie Zahner Bailey

Milton City Council
770-664-5529 (home)
404-310-6344 (cell)


Fulton County Board of Education School Redistricting Information

With the new Birmingham Elementary School due to open in August of 2009, the Fulton County Board of Education is in process of conducting community meetings and seeking the input from citizens regarding three current proposals for redistricting lines.

Please use these links to view the three current proposals, as well as projected attendance figures, and to provide input directly to the Board of Education.

Birmingham Elementary
Plan Response

Please note, the City of Milton does not have any input into these redistricting lines as the decisions are those of the Fulton County BOE. Community input is critical in this process and I urge you to send in your opinions.

The deadline for providing input via the online forum on the BOE website is November 21st. The BOE staff, however, will continue to receive comments via email, mail, and fax from the community through the end of November.Again, please note that the online forum will close on November 21st at noon.

The purpose of the third community meeting which is scheduled for December 10th, is to gather further input about the pros/cons of the draft plans. BOE staff will revisit the criteria and use the information collected from and after the third community forum to develop the final Board recommendation.The Board of Education will receive a recommendation in January for first reading. They are scheduled to take action in February.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

See it didnt take her long! Ok Alan, you go next!