Thank you for visiting my website which I hope will be a good source for information about District 6.  Please visit it often as the News and Calendar change frequently.

 

I am always looking for ways to stay in touch.  Your neighborhood and community meetings are important to me as they give me a chance to hear directly from you about concerns and ideas.  If you do not belong to an association, I can arrange to meet with your friends and neighbors for conversation in your home.  Please get in touch with me about upcoming activities so that I can attend. You can reach me at 404-371-4909, through my website, www.kathiegannon.com or email at kgannon@dekalbcountyga.gov.
 
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Annual DeKalb County Food Drive

tl_files/images/Slideshow Pics/Website Pictures/food-drive2016-5-thumbnail.jpgThe annual food drive benefiting the Atlanta Community Food Bank runs through February 19th. Items needed include low-sodium canned goods, whole wheat pasta and crackers, brown rice, peanut butter, paper products, diapers, toiletries, and more.  

ENLARGE FLYER.

Make a monetary donation here.

In metro Atlanta, 24% of children live in households that worry about where there next meal is going to come from. Atlanta Community Food Bank partners with organizations in DeKalb who help families in need. Encourage your church, civic association, fraternity, sorority, sports team, scouting group, PTA and others to contribute to this worthy cause.
  

Thanks to Commissioner Gannon’s co-sponsors: Debra DeBerry, Clerk of Superior Court; Sherry Boston, Solicitor General; Irvin Johnson, Tax Commissioner; Melanie Wilson, Clerk of State Court; and the DeKalb County Public Libraries.  

 

Whole wheat pasta

Cooking oil

Brown rice

Olive oil

Whole grain cereal and crackers

Canola oil

Whole wheat flour

Natural peanut butter (no hydrogenated oil)

Plain oatmeal

Dried beans, peas, and lentils

Shelf stable milk (cow, soy, rice, etc.)

Canned tuna, salmon, chicken - canned in water, not oil

Fruit, dried or canned in light syrup or juice

Unsalted nuts

 

Low-sodium, no salt added vegetables

Paper products

Low-sodium pasta sauce in plastic container

Diapers

100% fruit and/or vegetable juice

Toiletries

Deepdene Park Walk

Along with Eco-Addendum, we had a great walk through Deepdene Park, one of the Olmsted Linear Parks off of Ponce de Leon Avenue. This park contains an old growth forest with many native species and is an essential part of Atlanta's natural history. 

View a video of our walk here.

Statement on Bowers/Hyde Report, 10/02/2015

Dear Friends,
 
The Bowers Report was released this week and there are many conversations that will need to continue.  First, I need to converse with you as a listing of some of my expenses has been included.  This will also be sent to Mr. Bowers, the GBI, FBI, Attorney General and Governor.
 
READ MY FULL RESPONSE HERE.
 

 Full Report

 

 Exhibit A

 Exhibit D

 Exhibit B

 Exhibit E

 Exhibit C

 Exhibit F

Important District 6 Information

Strategic Improvements

For your reference, strategic improvements currently in progress are linked below. 

Helpful Links

For details and sign-up go to DeKalb Recycles.

Upcoming Events & Meetings

February 9, 2016 (9:00 am) BOC Meeting
February 9, 2016 (6:45 pm) Landscape Construction
February 11, 2016 (6:00 pm) Public Meeting on Cross Keys Redistricting