Briarwood Park Candidate Forum Set For Tuesday

Mayoral candidate J. Max Davis is set to appear.

The is set for Tuesday night at 6:30, at the Briarwood Rec Center.

Mayoral candidate is set to appear and answer questions.

, who is seeking the District 3 seat, will appear on Tuesday, August 28.

District 3 candidates Erik Steavens (Sept. 11); Julia Russo (Sept. 18) and (Sept. 25) are scheduled to appear next month.

The forums run from 6:30-7:30 pm.

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HamBurger August 22, 2012 at 01:56 AM
I tried to attend this forum but arrived late. DCPD was all over the place handling traffic control on Briarwood Road and there was no additional parking at Briarwood Park with overflow parking at the Briarwood facility itself and parking fast filling on Pine Cone across the street and Briarwood Way. Although J. Max Davis has evidently had an adversarial relationship with DeKalb County and DCPD, they serviced his event in stellar fashion. So, how was J. Mad Davis’s presentation? What were his plans for our new city? Is everyone excited? Did he arrive on a golf cart? Anyone fortunate enough to attend the forum care to comment? Hey! Anyone want a special hamburger?
HamBurger August 22, 2012 at 01:57 AM
Sorry for the excitement, I understand attendance for this event was dismal for someone in leadership pushing a new city . . . What have they gotten us into . . . Please pass the yellow mustard!
Jack of Kings August 22, 2012 at 02:41 AM
HamBurger. What are you talking about? There was plenty of parking and there was no DCPD on Briarwood Road at 6:45. You understand nothing. There were about 50 people there. Larry Danese, another candidate for Mayor, was in the audience. There were plenty of questions. The meeting lasted from 6:30-8PM. The candidate presenting was not pushing for a new city --because he did not have to push--the voters have already spoken. (HamBurger--you really need to keep up with current events in the CIty of Brookhaven). Hope you can keep up with things, Jodi. Your dedicated audience of two are counting on you. Lots of candidate forums are coming up. Maybe you should keep up with info on the Patch so you can be sure to know what you are talking about.
HamBurger August 22, 2012 at 03:10 AM
Mr. Phil, thank you for making my point. More like thirty-five or forty max people attending a meeting for a key player that pushed for a new city running for the office of mayor. How embarrassing. Forty people. Would you not have thought there would have been more in attendance for this grand, hopeful leader of our new city that lead the way to freedom from DeKalb County? Wait . . . We are still in DeKalb County . . . And, we are still in the DeKalb County school system. Think our state elected officials will find time to use their influence to make changes in county government and the school system now that they have their new city? As far as keeping up with things, remember, just like at Oglethorpe, I am the one that you passed without mammary glands. And, I still am the one you passed this evening without mammary glands. Slow learner? Or, maybe you need an anatomy lesson? Please pass the yellow mustard!
don Gabacho August 22, 2012 at 03:16 AM
"What are you talking about?"---Phil So? You've been posting to this forum from there. Interesting. How many others?
Jack of Kings August 22, 2012 at 03:49 AM
HamBurger--you now say that you were at the forum and you passed me? Get your story straight. You were told how many people were there...now you say you were there. When you post 50 times a day on Patch, I guess the lies start catching u p with you. Whether you are Jodi Cobb or Mr. Jodi Cobb, your game is old and tiresome to most here. It is one thing to contribute to the discussions. It is quite another thing to see new posters that have never posted before get disenchanted by watching how quickly a thread deteriorates after you and a few of your cronies arrive on the scene.
HamBurger August 22, 2012 at 12:08 PM
Mr. Phil, clearly, there were no traffic or parking issues were there. You need to lighten up and have a sense of humor about yourself. And, when you exaggerate, it affects your credibility. Special hamburger?


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