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Shaping the Future of District 2: An Interactive Forum Scheduled

Commissioner Kelly Robinson will be joined by the County’s Planning and Zoning staff, and members of the Planning and Zoning Commission to hear what the residents of District 2 have to say.

Where do we go from here? What do we want District 2 to be in ten years - land use, transportation, housing, businesses?

These are the topics of “Shaping the Future of District 2 - an Interactive Forum” that will be hosted by Douglas County District 2 Commissioner Kelly Robinson in a town hall meeting setting on Tuesday evening, Oct. 23. The public forum seeks to engage the residents of District 2 in discussions about their neighborhood and areas surrounding them.

Robinson will be joined by the County’s Planning and Zoning staff, and members of the Planning and Zoning Commission to hear what the residents of District 2 have to say. The staff will have maps and other tools and display items to help engage the public in discussions.

The interactive forum will be held in the Deer Lick Park Gym, beginning at 6 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 23, and is open to the public with free admission.  Robinson is encouraging residents of all ages to participate, particularly the youth of the community, since it will soon be their community.

Douglas County Commission District 2 includes the Thornton Road corridor, Sweetwater Creek State Park, and the areas around Lithia Springs High School, Deer Lick Park, Chestnut Log Middle School, Factory Shoals Middle School, Boundary Waters Park, Tributary and Anneewakee Trails. 

Robinson first took office in January 2009, and is unopposed for re-election for a second term of office.

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