If it's off limits who gets access? Is it marked "private" or "limited access"? Perhaps a key would be needed?
Oh, well. They have'm on video - guess that don't point out where hidden cameras are located.
Thomasville, - 600. Athens "metro" - + 700.posted @ Thursday, May 23, 2013 - 06:35
@Walter: List the counties that are considered in the Athens metro area and break down the new 700 jobs in each of those counties, please.posted @ Thursday, May 23, 2013 - 06:33
@kstorf: I understand it was Evoshield.posted @ Tuesday, May 21, 2013 - 16:39
Censorship ..... Dictatorship.posted @ Monday, May 20, 2013 - 08:02
@Joel Kight: Hey Joel - what was the name of the restaurant located there in the 80's? That was a good place back its day.posted @ Sunday, May 19, 2013 - 08:29
[quote][b]ghostwriter[/b] - I know all the guys in dangfly! and confirm that they are great musicians. [/quote]
Ditto! “Good Luck, Curiosity” is awesome. Go to the show Saturday and you WILL become a fan. Great music, fun times!
posted @ Tuesday, May 14, 2013 - 15:39
[quote][b]retiredandhappy[/b] - When ya moving EJ? Great place in the spring, Enjoy the good life.
Ya, happy spring. In the Denver area it snows in April and this year in May.
The typical reason folks park in any parking space is to facilitate the purchase of goods and to facilitate appointments. Chances are the longer one is parked the more businesses will profit whether groceries, retails, restaurants, bars, or music venues which is one reason the downtown business owners resent parking rate increases and extended paid parking hours (simply another way for the city/county to make easy money). There have been at a couple of parking spaces on College Ave. with 15 minute time limits.
Parking meters and decks charge you to spend $$ much like a tax for the privilege to do business. Free enterprise for evening/weekend parking abounds as well with banks, churches, other business specific lots charging to privilege park; check out parking during Athfest in June.
Guess this puts a crimp in the Westin's plans.posted @ Monday, May 13, 2013 - 07:37
"The savings amounted to about $1.5 million in the first year, which is money that can be reinvested in programs or technology, Nail said."
So, really they're still spending the same $$, not "saving".
Would those restrictions apply to state owned property?
Don't know, that's why I wrote "seems".posted @ Monday, May 6, 2013 - 08:22
@rcbljc: Folks in Augusta say he is an A$$ and DOES consider himself & family as royalty. His native country is Uraguay, trained at Penn St. and came to GA from California. Seem to me that Twin Gables would fall under Augusta's strict historic sites protection to curtail the changes, particularly those to structurally enlarge the residence.posted @ Monday, May 6, 2013 - 06:30
Will each of those listed as signed up have booths? I understand that at least one of them will not.posted @ Sunday, May 5, 2013 - 08:27
@King Minos: Don't forget the recent field trip to Tybee and resulting hospitalizations. What were those injuries sustained anyway?posted @ Saturday, May 4, 2013 - 14:40
Will someone announce the winners please?posted @ Saturday, May 4, 2013 - 14:22
"Funds for Healing and Hope will be raised through Chaffin’s plant sale". I always want to know the % of sales to donations when participating in this type shopping/fundraising. "and potentially donations from the food trucks." So, the food trucks haven't committed to any donations?
According to this article: "North Carolina-based charity". According to Healing and Hope through Science website they benefit "patients at Duke Children's Hospital and UNC Children's Hospital". Would be much more logical to raise donations for local organizations such as ESP or Hope Haven or even Egleston and keep those funds in Georgia.posted @ Saturday, May 4, 2013 - 13:49
[quote][b]CharlotteLadyGardner[/b] - @bb80: But, will the $200,000 retainer be enough? Ed says Donnan doesn't have any money left. [/quote] Well, he still has at least one house, cars, etc. And who knows, maybe his kids will kick in.posted @ Friday, April 19, 2013 - 07:27
@Man_Of_The_Mountain: Ed has created his career as a very good defense attorney to represent those guilty individuals that can afford his fees in order to minimize their responsibilities in whatever their crimes are. Anyone in these dire circumstances that could pay him might hire him.posted @ Wednesday, April 17, 2013 - 22:02
@CharlotteLadyGardner: "Friends" = "trust". Definition of both are dubious.posted @ Wednesday, April 17, 2013 - 21:46
One part of his sentencing should be to have the word GREED tattooed on his large forehead. Does anyone else remember back when he was UGA coach the vision of him routinely strutting around town in gym shorts & t-shirt no matter the season? Ugh! Makes me sick to even think about it!posted @ Wednesday, April 17, 2013 - 08:25
@Magicman: Google it and you'll see the Oneta St. location. TJ & partners opened that store front location late 2011. What a terrible spot if you hoped to encourage walk-ins. You could purchase there or join the "club" and order online. Looks like he found a much better physical location but changed the nameposted @ Monday, April 15, 2013 - 06:46
@Magicman: Does TJ still have his Five Mile Club store on Oneta? I always understood it was predominately an online store to begin with.posted @ Sunday, April 14, 2013 - 12:54
"Athens-Clarke County is still basking in ...... and having the state’s lowest unemployment rate." WHAT? &posted @ Sunday, April 14, 2013 - 12:31
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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