Good afternoon, everyone:
On December 14th, I, along with the Planning and Sustainability and Community Development Departments, held a community meeting to share information and seek public input for the Memorial Drive Rebranding Initiative. Our consultant from Houser Walker facilitated the discussion. Despite the weather that evening, the community participation both in person and online was very robust. We look forward to next steps as this important process continues.
On December 17th, in partnership with Mount Moriah and Potter’s House CDC, we held a successful food distribution and vaccine event at Mount Moriah Baptist Church. At the event 122 COVID Vaccines and 31 Flu vaccines were administered and 300 boxes of food were distributed. I am so grateful to all our community partners and volunteers who lent us their time and talent that help make this event successful. I also want to thank Pastor Jerome E. King for allowing us to use his church campus for the event.
If you have and questions or concerns, you may call my office at 404-371-4749 or visit my website at commissionerbradshaw.com. As always, I will conclude my remarks by thanking the citizens of District 4 and DeKalb County for affording me this opportunity to serve. It is indeed an honor.
On behalf of the District 4 Team, we wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season!
Finally, upon the occasion of his retirement from the DeKalb County Board of Commissioners, I wish Commissioner Jeff Rader nothing but the best in his future endeavors. It has been a privilege to serve with him.