Person Holly Roberson email@example.com
A farewell to Michael Stone, who recently ended his tenure as West Cobb Patch's edtor.
Persons have no right to disturb the peace; additionally, there is danger to drivers and others.
I now have a report that explains what was accomplished, but two other questions remain unanswered and should be answered by the mayor.
The former Powder Springs councilman was one of the last of the "Greatest Generation".
I don't know if I am able to fight something like the Norfolk Southern rail yard again, but it is nice to know someone—Brad Hulsey—who was there through the 10th round.
I wrote to all CIty Council members asking: How much did it cost and what was accomplished?
The problem, though, is that folks get interested for about a week, and then that is that.
I hope that citizens in Ward 1 will avail themselves to the mailed informational piece from Cheryl Sarvis.
I think that I am correct in saying that there was always a majority of council members who favored at least looking at other attorneys for service, expertise and costs.
It is the duty of our elected officials, when faced with such a stark savings, to take advantage.
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