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ALBANY, Ga. — After an extended discussion concerning the safety of the aftermath created by operating a surface mine borrow pit at the cleanup site of the former Merck Chemical plant at 1507 Liberty Expressway, the Dougherty County Commission voted to give Oxford Construction Co. approval to move forward with the process.
Nice story, J.D.
I believe the context for the sign is this: a group of retired special operations people have formed a PAC to oppose President Obama. They are upset about White House leaks, which they contend put the lives of special operators in danger. They claim the leaks were allowed for political purposes - to enhance the president's appeal with voters. As I see it, they are exercising their legal right to campaign for someone else.
I hope you have a happy life in your new home. Thanks for your service to your country.
Glad there was no loss of beer.
This is a victory for the common man and definitely shows that we no longer trust politicians and their fat-cat cronies to manage our tax dollars wisely and ethically.
Now we have a mayor who leads and inspires. Great move, Mayor Hubbard.
Inspiring story about an inspiring person. Good luck, Mr. Powell, with your project.
Unethical behavior and waste of tax dollars cannot be tolerated. Period. Citizens of all races should be outraged about the scandalous and embarrassing behavior of people we entrust to educate our children.
Hats off to the police department for this success story.
Boo, hiss to parents who fail to give their children a moral compass that points them toward acceptable behavior.
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