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As of Wednesday, January 4, 2012
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One matter we have heard nothing on is what attempt will be made to get the money back. When the Commission made the decision to pay HUD for the loss, another decision was made on how to pursue the money from Cutliff. Let's make a high speed chase in that direction,
So, true. Also, what ever happened to the Mediacom's debt to the city? I don't believe they have paid up either. Someone correct me if I am wrong. The city could use the money and it is time for the dead beats to pay up or get out of town.
Commission thinks we forget things like this but I for one don't.
Aaaaand there is the $150,000 owed to the city by Lawanna Woods, who I see is in the middle of losing her house to foreclosure. Did the city put a lien on it??
I'm starting to lose track of all our scandals. We need a list.
Lajuana paid the $50,000 back in 2010 according to the Albany Journal. Yes, she is in foreclosure on house and no, the city did not put a lien on house. City has a lien on her business property subordinate to Capitol City Bank of course. GA Dept of Labor wants some money too. She seems to still be in business--Tommie Postell had his election party there. But you are right that we need a list of a scandals since it is easier to keep up with the purps with a scorecard!
Didn't MediaCom stick the city with that building that needed extensive repairs in exchange for the debt forgiveness?
Whoever is driving that new $80,000 silver Mercedes that was parked out front of Cutliff Grove church last Sunday could sell it and at least re-imburse us for that much of the debt. Where did THAT money come from? One can only assume...............