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I think we have a strong, American impulse that tells us to do something despite someone else’s warning to not do that very thing.
A proclitic is a word that is so closely connected to the sound of the word that follows it that you end up mashing up the two words.
Assistant Albany City Manager for Utility Administration Stephen Collier addresses a group of concerned residents who say they saw dramatic in…
A group of nearly 50, somewhat angry, residents and business owners gathered Thursday evening at Merry Acres for an informal question-and-answer session with officials from the city and Albany Utilities about utility billing concerns, usage spikes and overall cost increases.
The smokestack and coal mounds can be seen outside of Georgia Power's Plant Mitchell south of Albany. (Staff Photo: Jon Gosa)
Georgia Power Co.'s new No. 3 and 4 cooling towers at Plant Vogtle near Waynesboro are shown in this April 2016 handout. (Courtesy of Georgia Power)
As the importance of water consumption and conservation become more relevant across the state of Georgia, the country and the world at large, a recent study commissioned by the Southern Environmental Law Center and Southface explores, an often overlooked aspect of water consumption, the connection between methods of energy generation and the resulting strain on water resources.