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In a crisis, what would it take for you to care enough to take action, be a part of the solution, to not look away? Consider this: If you saw a person in clear physical distress, in an accident or … more
This year, unfortunately, thousands of residents have experienced unbelievable spikes in their property valuations, some as high as 50 percent to 100 percent increases. People are furious. … more
I want to make it clear to north Fulton residents that all hands are on deck to address skyrocketing property tax reassessments and the prospect of (even more) unaffordable property taxes. … more
Recently I visited the Faces of War Memorial on the grounds of Roswell City Hall and was pleased to see the memorial had been cleaned after a long period of neglect. The water, an integral part … more
Alpharetta City Council should reconsider adding a fourth bin/truck for glass recycling as it has many negative environmental impacts:  1. Noise pollution 2. Air pollution (burning hydrocarbon … more
The Herald recently ran the story of the 61-year-old woman who shot her 37-year-old mentally impaired daughter in an Alpharetta hotel and then turned the gun on herself.I do not have all the details … more
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