Brookhaven, GA – With the successful Chamblee annexation vote that took place Tuesday, November 5th, many residents are asking whether or not Brookhaven will remain engaged in litigation concerning Century Center.
The City says they will maintain status quo for the time being and the Mayor and Council will decide next steps.
Earlier this week in a prepared statement, Mayor J Max Davis said, “I congratulate the new residents of the City of Chamblee who voted to municipalize. The City of Brookhaven is currently maintaining the status quo. The council and I will look at our options and decide what is best for the City of Brookhaven.”
The next City Council Work Session and Regular Council Meetings are coming up Tuesday, November 12th. This topic is likely to be discussed during one or both of these meetings.
Both meetings will be held at Brookhaven’s Municipal Court location at 2 Corporate Blvd., Suite 125. The Work Session will be at 4:30 and the Regular Council Meeting will follow at 7:00.
What’s your opinion on the subject? Should Brookhaven stay engaged in the Century Center annexation litigation or not? Let us know by participating in the Poll above.