Lowndes County Board of Commissioners
Commissioner Demarcus Marshall
Super District 4
Post Office Box 1349 ● Valdosta, Georgia 31603-1349 ● Phone (229) 671-2400 ● Fax (229) 245-522
Super District 4 and Concerned Citizens,
I want to thank those who came to my Town Hall Meeting on December
15, 2014. It was a pleasure to hear from you. Your presence made the
event a success and I look forward to another one in the near
future. I have listed the “Topics and Highlights”
addressed at the Town Hall Meeting below for your review. As well, I
have released my State of the District Address for the public. It is
my sincere hope that you will remain actively involved in our local
community. In the meantime, I want to wish everyone Happy Holidays
and a blessed New Year!
For those unaware, Super District 4 was a newly created district in
Lowndes County two years ago. I assumed this office without a
predecessor to this district seat. It was my understanding of this
district to compliment the other districts by adding more
responsiveness and accountability for the citizens of Lowndes
Upon being elected and occupying the seat, I inherited a wonderful
staff; however, the county faced several challenges. The economy was Continue reading →
News Release from Johnny Isakson Press Office
Isakson, Chambliss to Host Town Hall Meeting in Fitzgerald
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senators Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., and Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., today announced that they will host a joint town hall meeting in Fitzgerald, Ga., on Tuesday, August 9, 2011, at Wiregrass Technical College’s Auditorium at 3:30 p.m. Chambliss and Isakson will give a brief update from Washington, D.C. and then will spend the rest of the hour taking questions from constituents. The public is invited to attend.
U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss
U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson
Wiregrass Technical College Auditorium
667 Perry House Road
Fitzgerald, Ga. 31750
From: “John S. Quarterman”
To: <email@example.com>, Leigh Touchton
Cc: [VDT and several elected officials; list available upon request]
Subject: Re: Brad Lofton, Executive Director Industrial Authority, doesn’t want his correpondence in the Valdosta Daily Times
Date: Wed, 22 Sep 2010 14:08:17 -0400
Leigh Touchton has forwarded me copies of the correspondence between
you on behalf of the Valdosta-Lowndes County Industrial Authority (VLCIA)
with her and the VDT.
I must say I don’t agree with your assertion that:
“The vast majority of her concerns for our project would have
been answered two years ago if she had come to any of our forums…”
Jack Kingston (R GA-01) came back to Valdosta, GA to hold another Health Care Town Hall after his previous one in August had ten times as many people as he expected. This time the 1200 seat Mathis Auditorium was maybe half full, so probably somewhere between 500 and 600 people attended.
The picture on the right is the core of Kingston’s argument. See for yourself.
Here’s a YouTube playlist for all the LAKE videos by Gretchen Quarterman from that September Town Hall. This is Kingston’s complete presentation except for a few words lost between videos and a few cases of camera failure. We’re still adding more videos from the question session. All the videos from the questions session are now available (17 Oct 2009); starting with Microphones are open.