JOHNS CREEK, Ga. – Fulton Commissioner Liz Hausmann threw a Christmas toy party for her District Advisory Committee, elected officials, staff and supporters, and the children of North Fulton will be getting the toys.
“The toys will go to North Fulton Community Charities. I wanted North Fulton folks to know what they donate benefits kids in North Fulton,” Hausmann said.
The toy drive was also a chance to thank staff and supporters for the work they do for the people of North Fulton, she said.
Hausmann said the elections in 2014 will be a “game changer” for the Fulton County Commission. Redistricting will cut her district in half. She will have the east side of Ga. 400, and a new District 2 will be created on the west side.
South of the Chattahoochee River will be a new District 3 with Sandy Springs joining with Buckhead to be a greatly altered district as well.
Redistricting has eliminated the at-large commission seat now held by Commissioner Robb Pitts.
“I will be looking forward to working with another North Fulton commissioner,” Hausmann said. “I think it has been long overdue for North Fulton to have the full representation it deserves.”