Town Hall Alert: Woodstock’s Chance to Shape State Laws

January 5, 2024
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📅 The Gist: State Representatives Jordan Ridley and Charlice Byrd have scheduled a town hall meeting in Woodstock to discuss the upcoming 2024 legislative session and gather community feedback.

🗣️ The Details: The meeting, slated for January 13, 2024, at 9 a.m., will be held at Tavern at Towne Lake in Woodstock. This event offers an opportunity for the residents of Woodstock to engage directly with their state representatives, Ridley and Byrd, both Republicans representing the Woodstock area. The focus of the town hall is to cover topics pertinent to the 2024 legislative session and to provide a platform for residents to voice their opinions and concerns.

📍 In Context: Town hall meetings are a traditional way for lawmakers to connect with their constituents, offering a direct line of communication between the public and their elected officials. This meeting comes at a crucial time when legislative agendas are being formed for the upcoming session.

🔍 Why It Matters: The town hall meeting is significant for Woodstock residents, providing them with a chance to influence legislative priorities and express their views on local and state issues. The input gathered during this meeting could potentially shape the representatives’ stances and decisions in the 2024 legislative session.

🤝 What You Can Do: Residents interested in attending are encouraged to prepare questions or topics they wish to discuss. This is an opportunity to engage in democratic processes and have a say in the legislative direction of their community.

📆 What’s Next?: Following the town hall, feedback and concerns raised by the community will be considered by Reps Ridley and Byrd as they participate in the 2024 legislative session. Additional updates and potential follow-up meetings may be announced based on the outcomes of this event.

In The Know: While much attention is given to national politics and the workings of Congress and the White House, local government meetings are where the decisions that impact your daily life are made. City Council, County Commission, School Board Meetings, and Town Halls are where your elected leaders discuss and decide the issues that most effect your family and your community. These meetings are open to the public.

Each week, The Georgia Sun highlights some of the meetings and local government actions you need to know about in your community to keep you informed and to make sure you know what decisions your elected officials are considering and how your tax dollars are being spent.

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