DeKalb County District 4 Commissioner Steve Bradshaw is launching “Quarterly in the Fourth” community breakfast meetings for District 4 constituents and other interested parties.
Constituents will have an opportunity to discuss various topics and meet representatives from DeKalb County departments.
The first community breakfast meeting will be held on Jan. 27, 9 a.m., at Clarkston High School, 618 N. Indian Creek Drive, Clarkston.
The focus of the meetings is to provide information and resources and to address the concerns of Commissioner Bradshaw’s constituents. Constituents will have an opportunity to discuss various topics and meet representatives from DeKalb County departments “It is important that constituents in District 4 have access to me and are able to talk with me about their issues and concerns,” Commissioner Bradshaw said.
Bradshaw said the breakfast will be catered by the award-winning Clarkston High School “Cook It Angoras” catering team.
The “Quarterly in the Fourth” community breakfast meetings will be held on the fourth Saturday of each quarter.
Future dates will be April 28 at Stephenson High School; July 28 at Elizabeth Andrews High School; and Oct. 27 at Stone Mountain High School. Meetings will begin at 9 a.m. with breakfast, and the meeting will conclude by 11 a.m.
Bradshaw said hearing from constituents is important to him.
“Since taking office in January 2017, I have met with many community and civic groups and homeowner association, hearing their ideas for a better DeKalb,” Bradshaw said. “I enjoy meeting with my constituents and it’s my goal to continue to make myself accessible to constituents in District 4.”