Courtesy Friends of Julie Zahner Bailey
Debate, Tuesday, October 18th 6:30 - 8:00, Annual Rivers Alive Clean-up & Early Voting
Dear Milton Neighbors, Citizens and Friends -
Please join me at the "People's Forum" Debate Tuesday, October 18th from 6:30 - 8:00 pm at the Stonecreek Church. This will provide another opportunity to reaffirm why this election is so important and why getting out to vote on November 8th is so critical to the future of our collective community. You can scroll down for details.
Additionally, please look to the right margin of this release for other upcoming meetings and events including this weekend's Annual River's Alive event where we'll be out and about cleaning up various waterways and roadways in our continual effort to keep our community beautiful while educating young and old alike about the importance of clean water. Keeping Milton's waterways beautiful and clean is always fun and it makes a difference!
Finally, please note that advance voting begins today. Please scroll down for details of where you can cast your ballots early for Julie Zahner Bailey or where you can find your precinct location to confirm where you will vote for JZB on November 8th. Please remember, this is an at large vote and every citizen votes for every District regardless of where they live.
Thank you for the opportunity to serve your interests and those of your family. I take my role very seriously and consider it an honor to be your representative.
All my best -
Julie Zahner Bailey
Milton City Council
The Milton People's Forum will allow each candidate to answer a series of questions on topics relevant to Milton. They will have 90 seconds to respond. Their opponent will have 30 seconds for rebuttal, and the original respondent will get another 30-second rebuttal. With questions so limited in time, the forum will progress quickly over a wide area of topics. This format will be used both for questions from the moderators as well as for questions from candidates aimed at their fellow candidates.
No campaign material or food is allowed at the forum.
Stonecreek is located at 13540 Hwy. 9 in Milton.
2011 Rivers Alive
Join Milton Grows Green at the Rivers Alive annual clean up event on Saturday, Oct. 22 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at its yearly starting point, Bailey Farm and Gardens, 255 Hickory Flat Road.
Volunteers will be assigned a predetermined waterway or neighborhood to clean up. Waders and boots are a plus for those who wish to venture into the streams. Younger participants can help at school sites or in neighborhoods with storm drain markers.
Groups of four or more need to pre-register.
For more information, e-mail Milton Grows Green at email@example.com or contact Cindy Eade, Milton's environmental sustainability coordinator, at 678-242-2509 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Advance Voting Begins This Week
Voters may cast their ballot in person starting Monday October 17 to Friday November 4 from 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Those who vote in person during this period are not required to provide a reason for voting early, but must provide an acceptable form of Photo Identification.
Locations for voting in person during the absentee and advance voting periods are as follows:
Fulton County Gov't Center North Fulton Service
141 Pryor Street, SW 7741 Roswell Road
Suite 4064 Room 209
Atlanta, GA 30309 Atlanta, GA 30350
For additional information use this link or call the Voter Registration Office at 404-730-7072.
Voters across Milton, regardless of the District they live in, can cast votes for the seats in Districts 2, 4 and 6.
To verify your polling place please use this link=> http://sos.georgia.gov/MVP/
I hope I can count on your vote on November 8, 2011.