Is it possible for a few grey wolves to have made it to Georgia from S.C.? I live in Gwinnett and several days ago while taking my 2 dogs out in a wooded area, around 5 am, I saw something very large and gray running once it heard us. I thought I had mistaken what I saw, because, it happened so quickly. But, a few days later, I saw it again very clearly running across the pavement where I was driving. This time it was at night.. The apartments where I live are in a heavily wooded, and elevated area. It takes me several minutes to get down to the main road. And it was very clearly gray and tall, and a bit slim. However, I would attribute that maybe to a scarce diet.posted @ Sunday, December 30, 2012 - 14:19
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Rep. Regina Quick, R-Athens, was one of two local delegates to score less than an "A+" in the Chamber of Commerce's annual legislative score card. She and I played phone tag Monday when I was reporting the story and I wasn't able to get her comments in a timely fashion. Instead, she sent over this statement Wednesday morning and she did not mince her words. (Links and italicized portions are my own; otherwise, it's as she wrote it.) Dear Friends: read more
The committee opted Tuesday night to put off deciding on the ordinance until, at the earliest, its next meeting. Of note: The Athens-Clarke County attorney highlighted that the proposed times are, in essence, placeholders for the commission to change or keep as it pleases. Full text of the Use of Public Right-of-Ways ordinance draft is below. read more