City of Pine Lake Elected Officials & 2017 Council Meeting Calendar

2017 Council Meeting Calendar

MEETING DAY DATE LOCATION TIME
Council Meeting Monday 01/09/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:30 PM
Work Session Tuesday 01/24/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:30 PM
Council Meeting Monday 02/13/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:30 PM
Work Session Tuesday 02/28/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:30 PM
Council Meeting Monday 03/13/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:30 PM
Work Session Tuesday 03/28/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:30 PM
Council Meeting Monday 04/10/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:00 PM
Council Meeting Tuesday 04/25/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:00 PM
Council Meeting Monday 05/08/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:00 PM
Council Meeting Tuesday 05/30/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:00 PM
Council Meeting Monday 06/12/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:00 PM
Council Meeting Tuesday 06/27/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:00 PM
Council Meeting Monday 07/10/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:00 PM
Council Meeting Tuesday 07/25/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:00 PM
Council Meeting Monday 08/08/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:00 PM
Council Meeting Tuesday 08/29/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:00 PM
Council Meeting Monday 09/11/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:00 PM
Council Meeting Tuesday 09/26/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:00 PM
Council Meeting Monday 10/09/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:00 PM
Council Meeting Tuesday 10/24/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:00 PM
Council Meeting Monday 11/13/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:00 PM
Council Meeting Tuesday 11/28/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:00 PM
Council Meeting Monday 12/11/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:00 PM
Council Meeting Tuesday 12/26/17 Court Room/Council Chambers 7:00 PM

***Calendar Revision 3/28/17 at Council Meeting changing time from 7:30pm to 7:00pm

City of Pine Lake Elected Officials

Mayor
Melanie Hammet (See Mayor’s Bio Page)

Council Members

jeansmallJean Bordeaux moved to Pine Lake from Decatur in 2010 with her partner, Gayle. Both had recently retired and were looking for a friendly community where they could enjoy all that “free time”. Having become familiar with the Architectural Review Board while doing a renovation on their house, Jean became a member of the Board in early 2011 and served as Chair from late 2012 until the end of 2014 when the ARB was disbanded. Prior to retirement, Jean worked in various financial positions in the private sector.
You can email Jean at  jeanbordeaux@pinelakega.com


brandysmallBrandy Hall has owned and operated an ecological land-planning firm, Shades of Green Permaculture, since 2004, specializing in edible landscaping, rainwater harvesting, farm design and community planning. She is committed to building health from the ground up. In her “spare” time, she serves on the Dogwood Alliance Board of Directors. She lives in Pine Lake with her husband, Aaron, their daughter, Zepyhr, and their rambunctious pup, Peanut Butter.

You can email Brandy at brandyhall@pinelakega.com 


tonyasmallTonya Holder has lived in Georgia for more than 20 years. She has worked primarily in university and non-profit settings. She and her wife, Satyam, run their own fundraising business, Durga Consulting, which provides development support to local, state and national non-profits. Tonja and Satyam have lived in Pine Lake since 2008 and added daughter, Annapurna, to their family in 2013.

You can email Tonja at tonjaholder@pinelakega.com 


megansmallMegan Pulsts received her bachelors degree in anthropology and political science from Georgia State University, and is a 2009 graduate of Emory Law School. Megan worked at the Federal Defender, Atlanta Legal Aid, and the Barton Juvenile Defender Clinic while in law school. She was a leader in EPIC, LAWS, and the American Constitution Society. She won election to the Pine Lake City Council in 2011, and is currently Mayor Pro-Tem of the smallest city in Dekalb County. Megan was the sole juvenile defender for Walton County for three years, and reported the most juvenile court trials of any public defender in the state of Georgia (38) for the year ending June 30 2013. She moved to Superior Court in early 2013, and was also the defense counsel to the  county mental health court, an alternative sentencing court for defendants with persistent chronic mental illness. Megan has been an instructor for the Georgia Public Defender Council, training new public defenders statewide. In 2016, she reduced her commute by 20 miles when she transitioned to civil practice. Megan now advocates for indigent domestic violence survivors with Georgia Legal Services Program.

You can email Megan at meganpulsts@pinelakega.com 

 


 

augustasmallAugusta Woods moved from Michigan to Georgia more than 20 years ago and has lived in Pine Lake for 5 years with her husband Dwight. She has two children a son and a daughter (and son in law) and two step daughters. She has served on the Pine Lake Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee and attends Pine Lake Baptist Church. Over the years, she has had a number of jobs from working at a non-profit as Coordinator of Harvest Home, a transitional home for single mothers to Retail Manager and Co-Owner of New Life Wardrobe Services, an image consulting company teaching people the art of putting on a professional image. Augusta served on the Saginaw City Planning commission in Michigan. She is currently semi-retired and working part time as an independent contractor for Glacier’s Industrial Supplies Company.
You can email Augusta at augustawoods@pinelakega.com 

 

 

 

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