July 23, 2021 Newsletter

District 5 Weekly Newsletter
July 23, 2021

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We did it DeKalb! The last groundbreaking to The DeKalb County’s New Edible Libraries! Salem-Panola Library is now up and growing!

It’s not too late to register to volunteer! We want to invite you to join us for District 5’s Community Clean-Up this Saturday, July 24th beginning at 8:00 am! If you are available to attend and want to volunteer, click the button below to register:

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Looking for work? The U.S. Census Bureau may be a great fit for you! We are still hiring!

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Be sure to tune into the DeKalb County Board of Commissioners Meeting, every Tuesday at 9 am. The meeting will be broadcast live on DCTV Channel 23 or dctvchannel23.tv Click the link below to watch or to find out more information!

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We are a movement of youth who want to feed people while fighting climate change. See what the buzz is all about 🐝 Email [email protected] to join!

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Commissioner Davis Johnson would love to join you at your next virtual event. See the flyer below for additional details.

Click Below To View Commissioner Davis Johnson On This Week’s Commissioners’ Corner!

All Georgia residents age 16 and over are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. The vaccine is in high demand and supply is very limited. In the coming months, when larger amounts of vaccine become available, more people will be able to get the vaccine. In time, everyone who wants the vaccine will be able to get it. We ask for your patience and understanding during this process.

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Do you have a good idea about land use, transportation, development, or quality of life in DeKalb? Let us know what you think! As valued DeKalb County residents, we value your input and ability to share knowledge about your “corner of DeKalb.” The DeKalb 2050 Unified Plan survey is a critical way for you and your neighbors to provide valuable feedback on the future of the County.

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The John Lewis Commemorative Task Force was formed by a Joint Declaration of DeKalb County Commissioner Mereda Davis Johnson and Decatur City Mayor Patti Garrett on April 21, 2020. The purpose of the Task Force is to identify the best and most appropriate manner in which to commemorate the late Congressman John Lewis in DeKalb County.

To stay up to date on what is happening with the John Lewis Task Force or to donate, please visit our website.

Click Here To Visit The John Lewis Commemorative Project Website

Mereda Davis Johnson | 1300 Commerce Drive | 5th Floor |, Decatur, GA 30030

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