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Savannah Alderman Holding Highlands Community Meeting

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Alderman Van Johnson will host a community meeting with residents of the Highlands community, located north of Jimmy Deloach Parkway, at 6 p.m. Wednesday, September 18, at the Godley Station School, 2135 Benton Blvd.

The Highlands community consists of the following subdivisions: Spring Lake, Savannah Highlands, Cumberland Point, Highland Falls, Willow Point, Waverly, Godley Park, Highland Crossing and Rivermoor.

For months, City employees who are part of the Highlands Task Force have been actively working on a variety of issues and will present updates  surrounding the Highlands communities.  Residents are invited to ask questions and make comments.

For more information call Alderman Johnson at 236-9494 or the Public Information Office at 651-6410.

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