Things are getting ugly in Gwinnett County. Former Commission Chairman
Bruce Charles Bannister is now linking prominent developer Wayne Mason to his bogus DUI arrest. I think the political term for what is beginning here is mutually assured destruction.
DeKalb County home prices are down 6% according to tax assessors. Hold your breath waiting for DeKalb commissioners to announce they’re going to cut spending 6% to leave millage rates the same. Meanwhile, what the heck is up with this case?
Henry County’s Chamber of Commerce is honoring a failed bank. I can’t recall a chamber ever giving away a posthumous lifetime achievement award.
It’s official: Coach Michael Adams is leaving UGA. I’ve got a whole year plus some to write that column.
If the Millennium Falcon isn’t your kind of ship, perhaps you should visit Savannah this weekend.
This one deserves it’s own post, because it really was the high mark of the last legislative session: Governor Deal signed his sentencing reform bill into law yesterday.
Nationwide, Unemployement is down to 8.1%, with the economy creating a “meager” 115,000 jobs last month according to CNBC.
That half billion dollars the state is prepared to give the Atlanta Falcons? It’s so we can have more suites like this that you will never see.
And today is quattro de mayo, or something like that. May the Fourth be with you.