Tucker 2014 Announcing Feasibility Study Results Saturday

The findings of a cityhood viability study will be shared at a Main Street event.

Sonja Szubski and Michelle Penkava of Tucker 2014. Credit: Kevin Madigan
Sonja Szubski and Michelle Penkava of Tucker 2014. Credit: Kevin Madigan
By Michelle Penkava

Tucker cityhood is a viable option and positive feasibility results provided by the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University will be available this weekend at a community celebration in the heart of Tucker.

Tucker 2014 will host the celebration on Saturday, Dec. 21 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the downtown Tucker Square on Main Street 

“We have some exciting news to share, and downtown Tucker is the perfect location for us, with the help of Santa, to deliver this gift to the 120-year-old Tucker community,” said Tucker 2014 President Sonja Szubski. “This will be a fun way for us to thank everyone who has worked so hard talking with neighbors, contacting legislators, and raising money to ensure that our community will have a local voice at the table for decisions impacting our future. We want everyone to know how much we appreciate their support and give them even more reason to be excited about continuing their efforts for a city of Tucker in the New Year.”              

In addition to the Tucker 2014 announcement, children will have the chance to let Santa know exactly what they want under the tree Christmas morning, and adults can get some last-minute shopping done on Tucker’s thriving Main Street. The event is free and treats will be provided.   

Will you be attending this event? How do you feel about potential cityhood for Tucker? Tell us in the comments below-
Jennifer Winterscheidt December 17, 2013 at 02:14 PM
It speaks volumes that Tucker 2014 has chosen to announce the study results to our community downtown in the heart of Tucker. Thank you!
Carlyn Greene December 17, 2013 at 02:28 PM
Agree, as compared to Lakeside's announcement on the steps of the state capitol. But of course, there is no "downtown Lakeside" or "heart of the city" for Lakeside.
The Scarlet Pimpernel December 17, 2013 at 02:41 PM
^^^ face^^^


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