Forever Tybee
News: Candidate Meet & Greet, Nov. 3, 2019, 3-5:30 pm, Guard House
Potluck

Resources




2019 Resources

TYBEE MUNICIPAL ELECTION RESOURCES:

» If you aren't on Tybee to vote on November 5th or for any other reason you need to vote absentee or early vote, the Board of Registrars information lists all the dates, times, and locations you need: Board of Registrar's Information
Remember that to legally vote on Tybee, you must live here. There have been persistent questions about former residents who are still voting in our elections. Fair and legal elections should not be a partisan issue. Tybee's Clerk of Council and interested volunteers have worked many hours this year to check addresses on the Voter List and verify residence in order to ensure the integrity of our voter rolls. If you have any questions about whether you can vote on Tybee, contact the Board of Registrars with your residency documentation.

» League of Women Voters Voters Guide contains information provided by all Tybee candidates and includes links to candidate websites/Facebook pages: Voters Guide

» The Mayoral Candidate Forum was held on Sept. 30: Recording of Mayoral Forum

» The Council Candidate Forum was held on Oct. 7: Recording of Council Forum

» Tybee Youth Council's Candidate Forum provided the first public opportunity for candidates to introduce themselves to voters (and future voters). Watch the recording here: TYC Candidate Forum


Water Matter$  Program Resources:
A 14-page executive summary prepared by Courtney Reich, the consultant hired by the City of Tybee to make recommendations about funding future water and sewer needs. This document was shared with Forever Tybee members in February, 2019 to make them aware of upcoming discussions that will impact their water bill (and quality of life on Tybee). The Master Plan Implementation Committee (MPIC) has been charged with conducting research on best practices from other cities. The City Manager has undertaken a review of water usage across groupings on the island including residential and commercial as well as short term rentals. The MPIC will recommend a plan to City Council in 2019.

Annual Meeting Resources:



2018 Resources



2017 Resources
Annual Meeting/Potluck, April 26, 2017: Program | City Follow Up | Historical Society Donations
Picnic in the Park, July 23, 2017: Flyer | Handout
Responses from Candidates (posted in order received):
(*) elected
(*) John Branigin (received 9/21 10:14 AM) | Additional Resource: Candidate's Website

(*) Monty Parks (received 9/22 9:37 AM) | Additional Resource: Candidate's Facebook Page
Julia Pearce (received 9/24 1:17 PM) | Additional Resource: Candidate's Facebook Page
Dale Williams (received 9/26 1:03 PM) | Additional Resource: Candidate's Facebook Page
(*) Jackson Butler (received 9/27 10:24 AM) | Additional Resource: Candidate's Facebook Page
Jenny Rutherford (received 9/29 5:30 PM) | Additional Resource: Candidate's Facebook Page
Update: Please note that Mr. Walter Freeman withdrew from the race.
Walter Freeman (received 9/29/ 10:17 PM) |

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