GreyStone President/CEO Gary Miller talks with William “Bill” Edwards, newly elected Mayor of the City of South Fulton, at the South Fulton Chamber Membership Luncheon for April. The mayor and council members were present to share plans for the new city which was voted in and incorporated five months ago. Other members of the council will be Catherine Rowell, District 1; Carmalitha Grubs, District 2; Helen Willis, District 3, Naeema Gilyard, District 4, Rosie Jackson, District 5, Khalid Kamau, District 6, and Mark Baker District 7. Edwards is a former Fulton County commissioner. “I want to work to make sure this city becomes all it needs to be,” he told attendees at the meeting. The new mayor and council will make history as the new city’s inaugural elected leaders. Edwards says he will work with the citizens of South Fulton to fully fund public safety needs, reduce tax burdens on homeowners and advocate for expanded homestead exemptions. The City of South Fulton has nearly 100,000 residents. GreyStone provides power to over 21,000 residents and businesses in southern Fulton County. At the meeting, GreyStone Residential Energy Services Consultant Kurt Kraft (bottom photo) was installed as a member of the South Fulton Chamber board of directors. GreyStone was the platinum sponsor for the event.