Gov. Nathan Deal's Brookhaven Commission has called a special meeting for Wednesday, Nov. 7, at 7 pm, to formally adopt its report that will be presented to the mayor and city council.
The meeting will be held at St. Martin's Episcopal School.
The legislation creating the commission mandates that the committee adopt its formal recommendations one day after the Nov. 6 general election.
The commission’s report is a compilation of the work the commission and its 10 committees have completed over the past two months. It is required to be handed over to the new mayor and city council the day after they are elected.
On Thursday night, during its regularly scheduled 8 pm meeting, the commission will decide whether it needs to continue to meet, now that the general election has been held. With runoffs in the mayor's race and three of four city council races, the group may decide it has more work to do.
Thursday night's meeting will also be held at St. Martin's.