State Representative Steve Davis and
Son Visit Council Workshop
State Representative Steve Davis was welcomed and introduced by McDonough Mayor Billy Copeland during the January 6th City Council Workshop. Representative Davis provided a brief overview of what he expects to occur in 2011 and took the opportunity to offer any assistance he might be to the Mayor, the City Council and City staff on the issue of reapportionment that will come before the Georgia House sometime this year.
Representative Davis, a McDonough resident, also took this opportunity to introduce his son, Ryan, who recently won a seat on the Henry County Board of Education. Ryan, 21, possibly the youngest School Board member in its history, will turn 22 on January 12th.
“I look forward to talking with you [Mayor and Council] to learn more, not only about those I represent, but about all of Henry County and its needs,” said the School Board’s young member. Representative Davis stated that he is very proud of his son and what he has already accomplished.
McDonough Mayor Billy Copeland thanked both for taking time to attend the Workshop and wished both the best of luck in their respective elected positions. City Council members also expressed their appreciation to Representative Davis and Ryan.
McDonough Mayor Billy Copeland (Left) thanks State Representative Steve Davis (Center)
and Representative Davis’ son, Ryan, for visiting the January 6th Council Workshop.
Representative Steve Davis (Left) and his son, Ryan, listen to Mayor Billy Copeland
and the City Council express their appreciation for taking time to attend the meeting.