DeKalb Commissioner Larry Johnson to host panel seeking solutions for drag racing

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DeKalb County Commissioner Larry Johnson will host a virtual panel discussion regarding illegal street racing on Thursday, Jan. 21, 6 to 7 p.m.    

JThe panel will include Sen. Emanuel Jones, Bobbie Sanford, Camaro Nation ATL and DeKalb County Public Safety representatives.

“This is an issue we have to talk about and see what we can do together,” Johnson said. “When we work with one another and are willing to hear from all interested stakeholders, we can devise solutions that will yield the best outcome.”

The discussion will focus on bringing together the community, police department and car industry to engage in a robust dialogue on ways to work collaboratively to identify solutions to stop drag racing.

For more information, contact Commissioner Larry Johnson’s office at 404-371-2425 or visit www.commissionerlarryjohnson.com.

 

 

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