LaVista Hills city measure passes HouseCloseup of the Georgia State Capitol. Photo by Connor Carey. Source: Wikimedia Commons
The Georgia House of Representatives has passed a measure that would pave the way for the creation of the city of LaVista Hills, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution. It will now go to the state Senate, and if it goes through, voters will vote in a November 3 incorporation referendum.
The House will also vote on the cities of Tucker and South Fulton today. You can read more on today’s vote in the AJC.
LaVista Hills, as well as Tucker, would each have six council members and a mayor. Tucker would have three council districts and three at-large seats. LaVista Hills would have six council districts.