The meeting starts at 6 p.m. in Avondale Estates City Hall
If you want some insight into the 2013 General Assembly, come to the town hall meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday in Avondale Estates City Hall. State Sen. Jason Carter and state Rep. Karla Drenner will be there to answer questions about the current legislative session.
The two candidates with the most votes will take office.
Two freshman are set to join Avondale Estates' Board of Commissioners, as four people are running for a pair of newly-open seats. All four candidates put downtown development somewhere in their top priorities. All of them also support annexing land along East College Avenue. The city would probably do well to have a dog park, all agree, though they differ on the location and how important it is. And they offer their own ideas on taxes, the environment, arts and more. Each Avondale voter can choose two candidates for the four-member board in the Nov. 8 vote. The mayor's race is on the same day. All serve four-year terms. City Commissioner Michael Payne is not seeing re-election and Commissioner David Milliron is running for mayor. Randy …