Should Georgians support Representative Taylor on HB 33 and in his effort to criminalize certain acts of citizens in their interactions with code enforcement officers?
RESULTS AS OF OCTOBER 1, 2015
9% of Counties Reported
11% Voted YES | 0% MAYBE | 89% NO
Survey will remain open. Results may be tallied again at a later date.
Weekly Enumerator Newsletter and WE Survey are published by Restore & Preserve the Constitution. WE covers legislative policy in GA and gets feedback from citizens.
GA HB 33 – CODE ENFORCEMENT
HB 33 pertains to public administration; criminal offenses of resisting, obstructing, hindering, or opposing a code enforcement officer.
Representative Tom Taylor (R-Dunwoody) is promoting HB 33 to criminalize resistance, hindrance or opposition to a Georgia code enforcement officer. Under this bill, code enforcement officers in Georgia have responsibility for health, safety, welfare, or zoning matters as employees of city, county or State offices or contracts. Representative Taylor expects to make changes to this bill for the 2016 session based on public feedback.