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The comment and argument by MRKIA that GZ should not have been concerned with someone unknown walking through the neighborhood is absolutely ridiculous. This type of thinking encourages innocent residents to turn their back on crime, and encourages others to not call the police when a crime may be in progress. That is why it is a ridiculous shallow-minded comment and argument.
Neighborhood watches are put in place to report suspicious activities. GZ did that. What happens after that is what needs to be determined. None of us were there and therefore it would be pure speculation to render an opinion of guilt on either one of them. I do think it is entirely appropriate for a neighborhood watch rep to want to see where a suspicious person may be going after calling 911 so they could let the police know where this person went when the police arrive. That would be considered responsible watch representation. As for who jumped who, again, let the FACTS come out in the trial. What is irresponsible and racist is for ASU students to hold a demonstration in support of Trayvon without having all of the FACTS!!!!!
Hayes made another foolish comment about reopening one of the two closed libraries. Hayes said the "Westtown is in the thick of that community, so I would think it gets more visits".
Hayes is on both the County Commissioner Board and on the Library Board. He should know which one has the most traffic simply by asking the right questions for the prior number of visits for each location. He should not be speculating on which one has the most traffic. Speculation often leads to bad decisions. I am not impressed at all with Hayes' ability to ask the right questions, or to make good decisions for this county.
Hayes also made another foolish comment in another article about reopening one of the two closed libraries. Hayes said the "Westtown is in the thick of that community, so I would think it gets more visits".
Sis, his short response to you is under one of his above comments (shows as "3 replies"). I'm still waiting on a response to my question.
Interesting observation that D Love responds to Sis' question about his finances, but ignores the above question about ASU's title. This should not be a hard question to answer. By his lack of response, I think I may already know.
Ga79... it is a FACT there is a cloud of suspicion over the heads of those who come out of the racially corrupt ASU environment.
D.Love, could you share your stance on ASU maintaining the title of "Historical Black College"? This is a community of diverseness, and this college represents Albany (and SW GA). Should this college keep referring to itself by this racially specific title? Inquiring minds want to know where you stand.
How can we expect our children to adjust if every year there are changes in administration and faculty?
So much bloviating and so little substance in this article. How would you expect a child to learn and to be educated if the past administration were allowed to continue their self-serving agendas? In farming, the weeds need to be pulled to keep from choking the life from the crops, and to allow the crops to grow. In our government and school system, changes are sometimes needed to bring in fresh ideas and to rid the system of corrupt and ineffective behaviour. The new School Board and interim superintendent should be congratulated for taking the long awaited actions to prepare the school system for an improved learning environment!!! Continue to get rid of the weeds who are negatively affecting the students ability to learn.
Good analogy Amazed2. The City Commissioners continue to wear very dark sun glasses because they fail to see Taylor's "blinding flash of the obvious".
As was said by Ramsis, Yul Brenner's character, "So let it be written, so let it be done!" Let's see if the City Commissioners pay attention to Taylor's recommendations this time.
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