The Burning Issue in Johns Creek
Facts on Fire Station 64:
Timeline and Video of Coughlin Votes
Discussions on need and placement began in 2015, prior to Coughlin being elected.
Coughlin voted Yes to purchase the land on January 22, 2018. https://johnscreekga.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=1&clip_id=375&meta_id=45111
Time: 2:14:12 is the vote. Topic discussion begins at 1:49:17.
Coughlin voted Yes on the FY 2019 budget on September 24, 2018, https://johnscreekga.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=1&clip_id=466
Time: 1:02:26 is the vote. Topic discussion begins at 45:19.
Coughlin voted NO on the contract for the fire station’s architectural and engineering drawings on October 22, 2018. The land has no value to the residents if you don’t vote to proceed toward construction of the fire station. The first step to construction is engineering and architectural design.
Time: 1:11:20.is the vote. Topic discussion begins at 46:40.
Coughlin voted Yes on the FY 2020 budget on September 23, 2019. A yea vote on a FY budget does not authorize spending on expenditure, as shown by Coughlin’s voting history on the FY 2019 budget Yes vote and NO vote for Fire Station 64 less than 30 days later.
Time: 1:31:26 is the vote. Topic discussion begins at 37:43.