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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
Thank you for your insightful and forward thinking article “Coyote Ugly.” Many people are unaware that the coyote is not native to the southeastern United States. The USDA introduced the Coyote … more
I would like to thank Hatcher Hurd for writing the article about “Dirty politics only demeans democratic process.” I have lived in Roswell for over 30 years and my family has never been … more
When my family moved to Roswell in the 1960’s, muted turmoil surrounded school integration. My mother had helped with voter registration of African-Americans. At school, I was earmarked as … more
I have no doubt that Ray Appen is a terrific grandpa. But his disconnect between the circus and cruelty to the animals exploited in the circus is puzzling. I’m positive Ray wants to shield his … more
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