The meeting will be held on Dec. 18, 7 p.m., at the Roswell City Hall in Room 220.
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Tuesday, December 18, 2012
The North Fulton and Friends Tea Party meeting today, Dec. 18, will host many members of the Fulton County legislative delegation. Local leaders will address attendees on upcoming legislation in the new legislative session and get local resident's positions on topics such as nullification of "Obamacare" in Georgia, a Milton County update, horse racing in Georgia and many other pertinent topics. Leaders who've said they'll be attending and speaking will be Sen. John Albers, Rep. Harry Geisinger, Rep. Lynn Riley, Senator Judson Hill, Rep. Chuck Martin and others. The meeting will be held on Dec. 18, 7 p.m., at the Roswell City Hall in Room 220.
Six state legislators stopped by Crabapple on Thursday night to give residents updates from the General Assembly, and answer their questions.
Milton's own state Rep. Jan Jones and five of her colleagues in the General Assembly whose districts represent parts of North Fulton and Cherokee counties answered constituents' questions in Crabapple on Thursday night. The town hall meeting brought a few dozen residents to the Crabapple Government Center to ask about topics ranging from gun ownership rights to charter schools. Dana Teagarden of Roswell wanted to know why legislators hadn't taken action when she presented them with her concerns about Fulton Science Academy Middle School. She particularly wanted to know why some of them supported the school that hadn't accounted for $6 million in bond funds, siding with it over the Fulton School Board when its members voted to deny the …