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At a press conference yesterday, Governor Nathan Deal publicly apologized to all the people stranded or otherwise negatively affected by this week’s ‘snowjam.’ He called preparations before the storm “inadequate” and pledged to launch a full internal review of the … Continue reading
Note the following post was authored by Wyc Orr, Vice-Chairman of the board of Common Cause Georgia. At what price secrecy? Are the costs to taxpayers from bad decisions resulting from secret deal-making by public officials too high for … Continue reading
It’s been hard not to hear about all of the ethical issues plaguing DeKalb County over the past year. Residents have had more than a few reasons to be angered — the former CEO Burrell Ellis was indicted back in … Continue reading
Written by: CCGA Board Member, Terry Taylor My happy weekend mood took a nosedive when I looked at the front page of the Atlanta Journal Constitution on Saturday, May 11. Here are the titles for three out of the four … Continue reading