Debra has and continues
to support our Veterans
and Active Service Members
"Team Awesome!" Thank you for sharing the high quality goals we envision for the future of Cherokee County, our home.
Keeping home values high, through quality growth strategies, keeping our communities safe, enhancing our parks and trail initiatives, and addressing the infrastructure to catch up to the explosive growth are high priorities. Citizens need to be heard and considered. Citizens do not want elected officials who are out of touch. We must work to hold our elected officials accountable to their constituents wishes.
I appreciate every one of you! You worked hard in a 45 day window! Please stay active! We have strength in numbers.
Keep the faith, and thank you again, Debra
Keep Cherokee beautiful.
Thanking Medal of Honor Recipient Kyle Carpenter.
"Flown in the in the face of the enemy..."
Debra comes up with a plan!
Left (top on mobile): "So that all shall know, this flag was flown in the face of the enemy over Camp Phoenix, Kabul Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, Illuminated in the dark by the light of justice, this flag bears witness to the destruction of terrorist forces threatening the freedom of the United States of America and the Free World - Flown in Honor of Kevin and Debra Frieden." May 2014 Right (bottom on mobile): Brigadier General Randall V. Simmons Jr. Georgia Army National Guard, Debras neighbor and friend, was the guest speaker at her DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) Chapter. God, Home, Country.
Our Family of Veterans
On the Issues
Parks and Trail Connectivity
Quality and Measured Growth
Slow Growth Temporarily
High density growth is overwhelming our schools.
Quality Business Partners and Jobs:
Science, Medical, Technology
Debra Mills Commemorative Bridge for her work on child abuse issues and senior issues. State of Georgia. Debra (nee Mills) Frieden. Click image to read more.
Trying to protect our quality of life.
Debra loves parks! Debra and best friend Joan Bloom visiting the daffodil display at Gibbs Gardens.