The East Cobb State Senator will meet with constituents Tuesday at the Mountain View Regional Library.
Sen. Judson Hill
Monday, January 28, 2013
Saturday, January 26, 2013
The Republican Senator will meet with constituents Tuesday at the Mountain View Regional Library.
Georgia State Sen. Judson Hill (R-East Cobb) will hold his first town hall meeting of the current legislative session next week. The meeting takes place next Tuesday starting at 7 p.m. at the Mountain View Regional Library, 3320 Sandy Plains Road. Hill, the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, also serves on the Appropriations, Insurance and Labor, Rules and Regulated Industries and Utilities committees. As the General Assembly convened, Hill also was voted the chairman of the Cobb legislative delegation. Here's Hill's latest e-mail newsletter to constituents.
Friday, June 15, 2012
Sen. Judson Hill and Rep. Sharon Cooper were praised in Americans for Prosperity's Georgia scorecard.
The Georgia chapter of Americans for Prosperity released its 2011-2012 Georgia General Assembly Legislative scorecard this month, with two East Cobb legislators receiving high marks. State Sen. Judson Hill and State Rep. Sharon Cooper, both Republicans, earned A+ and A designations for their votes, based on the conservative group's positions. State Rep. Matt Dollar, another East Cobb Republican, received a grade of C. Legislators were scored on 12 pieces of legislation, including Zero Based Budgeting (SB 33), Student Scholarships (HB 325), Revenue & Tax Relief Act (HB 386) and the Georgia Government Accountability Act (HB 456). Dollar voted against AFP positions on SB 332, the County Use Sales Tax Act, and SB 402, the Employees …
Friday, February 10, 2012
What's happening in and around East Cobb this weekend? Our Get Out guide has some quick and easy ideas.
-- What's happening under the Gold Dome? Three East Cobb-area lawmakers are holding a town hall meeting at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Mountain View Community Center, 3400 Sandy Plains Road. Sen. Judson Hill and Rep. John Carson, both East Cobb Republicans, and Sen. Chip Rogers of Woodstock, the Senate majority leader, will update constituents on the Georgia General Assembly session thus far. -- The Wheeler and Walton wrestling teams are competing close to home in the Region 5AAAAA sectional meet that concludes Saturday at Marietta High School. Pope is competing in a sectional meet at Northside High School in Columbus. It's the last tuneup before next weekend's state championships. Saturday's competition resumes at 8:30 a.m., with finals …
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
Many residents attending a Tuesday town-hall meeting were skeptical that the regional sales tax would benefit them.
A strong majority of East Cobb residents attending a town-hall meeting Tuesday about next year's Atlanta regional transportation SPLOST referendum said they oppose the penny sales tax. Many told state lawmakers at the Walton High School hearing, moderated by state Sen. Judson Hill (R-East Cobb), that they doubt the nearly $1.2 billion collected for Cobb projects over 10 years would benefit them. (See attached PDFs for a list and map.) They were especially scornful of the proposed $856 million light-rail project that would connect the Arts Center MARTA station in Midtown Atlanta with the Cumberland area, the first phase of a projected long-term Northwest Corridor transit plan that would reach Acworth. The only road project on the current …
Saturday, August 13, 2011
Proposed legislative maps are released by the Republican majority.
The new Georgia legislative maps unveiled on Friday would give something of a different look to state House seats in East Cobb and Northeast Cobb. But they're not expected to cut into a strong Republican majority in the area or the state. The maps were made public as the General Assembly begins a special session on Monday to approve the reapportionment changes, which are required after the release of the 2010 Census Report. East Cobb and Northeast Cobb's mostly-Republican delegations in both House and Senate are expected to be maintained, but some incumbents may file to run for 2012 in seats with different numbers and with some altered geographic lines. In the most noticeable change, the District 43 seat held by the late state Rep. Bobby…