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Last Chance To Vote Early On Brookhaven Cityhood

You can vote Friday and avoid going to the polls on July 31.


Early voting for the July 31 primary ends at 7 p.m. Friday, July 27.

For registered voters in Brookhaven and Chamblee, a polling place is open at Chamblee City Hall, 5468 Peachtree Road, Chamblee GA 30341.

Here are other locations in DeKalb County where you can cast early ballots.

  • South DeKalb: Community Achievement Center, Inc., 4522 Flat Shoals Parkway, Decatur  30034.
  • East DeKalb: New Bethel AME, 8350 Rockbridge Road, Lithonia  30058
  • Tucker Recreation Center, 4898 LaVista Road, Tucker  30084
  • The DeKalb County Voter Registration and Elections main office at 4380 Memorial Drive.

If you don't make it today, the polls will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 31.

Chris July 27, 2012 at 02:05 PM
This is the "smoking gun" that's been lurking all along. Using DeKalb resources and spending HIstoric Brookhaven's money to influence the vote and try to preserve the status quo. It's not going to work!
Truth before Power July 27, 2012 at 02:14 PM
Yep. Tuesday will be interesting, that's for sure.
Truth before Power July 27, 2012 at 02:17 PM
Easy, hoss, baby steps!
Eric H July 27, 2012 at 03:36 PM
Before voting please read this: http://brookhavenfacts.wordpress.com/ The Emails reveal DeKalb County Government's active role in No City effort. One of the emails show that the recent uptick we've seen in county responsiveness to long unattended issues in our area is not genuine but a calculated move to squash efforts to create a city. That email is a list of basic stuff that should have been happening for the past 10 years, I blame the bloated bureaucracy and the fact every decision seemingly has to go through several layers of authority. If the list had been written at any other time I would be say Thank You! Great Job! But the fact that its little more than a one time show designed to aid efforts to stop us from creating a City makes it very troubling and an indictment of the past neglect. Its been well known that more incorporation or annexation was coming down the pike once these unincorporated islands or peninsulas were created by the incorporation of Dunwoody and Annexation by Chamblee up to 285. If they wanted to fix things why didn't they start 2 years ago? It's also evidence of the connection between No City and the disingenuous release by DeKalb County that only updated the CVI numbers with the Property Tax reduction while ignoring the HOST increases and other increase in 75% of the City of Brookhaven's revenue stream. Contrary to their claim Brookhaven will have a surplus plus have funding to provide increased services.
Eric H July 27, 2012 at 03:55 PM
What strikes me as odd is that the No City Supporters are seemingly or purposefully unaware of the biggest commercial tax bases in the Brookhaven boundaries. Perimeter Summit/CID, Lenox Park are each valued at over 200 million. And then there are numerous office buildings at I85 and North Druid Hills including the Double Tree highrise hotel and the sizeable Corporate Square office Park as well as the several Class A office buildings on West Druid Hills drive. Plus there is Town Center that is not included in Brookhaven's budget projections but will be coming on line as the abatement comes off by 1/10th for the next 10 years. Plus there are pockets of other valuable office buildings Such as on Clairmont Road near 85 and on Chamblee Dunwoody next to 285 and on Peachtree Road. And with Branding an promotion by the City of Brookhaven the areas along 85 and 285 get more development and value.

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