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Oh well.... Never been a big fan of Facebook, it's been fun.
Maybe he'll get lucky and get grabbed by a team that will actually use him. I know quite a few people in SE Georgia and NE Florida that would love to see him (and go to games) playing back at home for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Although last I heard, the new leadership in Jacksonville is against it, so who knows.
Generally speaking, if you are stopping the flow of traffic on a state route, you have to do it under the GDoT. Plus anyways, based on the location of the ATC building that is across the street, I'm guessing it'd be near the midpoint between Industry Ave. and Seminole Ln. so I'm guessing it won't be at an intersection.
I know a few people from there and they are very supportive of recreating Milton County. In the proposed area for Milton County, has a lot of high income tax payers and as I've been told by these people several times that they are frustrated how they are paying large amounts in local taxes while their schools, roads, & other services continue to fall into disrepair (while the money is sent into South Fulton and Atlanta proper).
In order for this to work, I'd personally rather they merge two small counties in exchange for this.
I don't know about that. The ones I've been to (around Jacksonville) are similarly priced to other outdoor-oriented stores like the Bass Pro Shops. Not to mention larger choices in merchandise than most of the local stores.
According to Georgia General Assembly website, Mr. Rynders voted "Yea" for it.
The gas tax is a Georgia tax, since (like it or not) metro Atlanta is a part of the state of Georgia they are eligible for the funds just like anywhere else in the state.
If you are looking for something for a sweet tooth, I highly recommend the baklava.
"industrial strength solvent"
What chemical was it?
During the bankruptcy and liquidation process, they likely will sell/auction off the trademarks and intellectual properties, not to mention physical property and real estate.
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