By Bill Johnson
Peachtree Corners City Council member Lorri Christopher will attend Food Truck Tuesday at Pinckneyville Park and on Oct. 29 but she plans to to more than sample the great food that will be available.
Christopher plans to meet with citizens of Peachtree Corners for an informal Q & A session.
"Starting at 6 p.m., I'll be at the pavilion to meet with anyone who would like to come by and ask questions or discuss any issue about Peachtree Corners," she said Wednesday.
There should be plenty to talk about with the Nov. 5 general election right around the corner. Extension of the special purpose local option sales tax (SPLOST) will be on the ballot. If passed, Gwinnett County's newest and biggest city would receive approximately $20 million in revenue.
Another topic of interest is the city's new sanitation service which begins in January. Christopher helped to negotate the contract that represents a significant savings to city residents. And there are bound to be questions relative to the development of the city-owned property on Peachtree Parkway, across from The Forum shopping center.
Christopher said, "Food Truck Tuesday is a great event and I look forward to meeting many of my neighbors there to talk about our wonderful new city," she said.
Editor's note: Bill Johnson is the City of Peachtree Corners public information officer.