Monthly Archives: December 2014

Pot luck and quality of life issues: come to the party meeting –Tom Hochschild @ LCDP 2015-01-05

New LCDP Chair Tom Hochschild invited everyone to the monthly party meeting Monday 5 January 2015 at a new location: the LCDP office, 1008 Slater Street, Valdosta, which he noted is near VSU. He made this announcement at the Town Hall Meeting 15 December 2014 organized by Demarcus Marshall, Lowndes County Commissioner, Superdistrict 4; Dr. Marshall will also speak at Monday’s party meeting.

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Thanks to Lowndes County and Valdosta for resolutions against Sabal Trail

Last night LCDP Chair Tom Hochschild thanked the Valdosta City Council that had just passed a resolution supporting the Lowndes County Commission’s resolution of Tuesday 9 December 2014 opposing the proposed Sabal Trail pipeline, as noted in the Valdosta Daily Times this morning.

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Local Democratic Party Augments Team with New Chair

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Valdosta, December 1st 2014 — Prof. Tom Hochschild of VSU, recent candidate for County Commission, is the new Chairman of the Lowndes County Democratic Party (LCDP), after a party Committee meeting Saturday. He chaired his first monthly party meeting Monday evening.

Gretchen Quarterman chose to step down as chairman saying:

“It has been a privilege to lead the LCDP for the past four years and I look forward working with Tom and actively promoting Democratic Values”.

In addition to electing Hochschild as Chair, Quarterman was elected as Secretary and remaining officers were re-elected to their leadership positions including Dennis Marks (Vice-Chair for Elections), Glenn Ritchie (Vice-Chair for Membership), Richard Saeger (Vice-Chair for Qualifying) and James J. Parker (Treasurer).

Chairman Hochschild said

“I am excited to be working with these outstanding individuals, and believe that we have a great foundation in place to improve the lives of Lowndes County residents.”

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