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Not a single person, citizen, taxpayer, landowner who spoke or asked questions during the meeting 2050 Plan meeting Monday night sounded positive in any way, shape, form or fashion about any part of this proposal.
It is good that The Center for Community Preservation and Planning will hold educational meetings about the 2050 plan around the county. Despite its years in development, it remains an enigma to most people.
As a native of Conyers and a business owner, I have been increasingly concerned over the rise in hunger in our community.
On Feb. 7 I was preparing my birthday dinner for my family and sometime in the afternoon, I started to feel uncomfortable. I knew all too well the textbook symptoms of a heart attack.
Education should be color blind, and it is evident by Alberteen Young’s comments she has no intention of operating herself as such if she were to get elected to the Rockdale County school board.
Let’s fight to give our twice-elected leader the power to improve our nation.
Over the last few years, you may have heard references being made to Saul Alinsky’s “Rule Book for Radicals.” So, here it is: His book dissected into eight easy to understand lessons. Read them, digest them, take some action, or alternatively, go back to your slumber as though nothing is happening here.
Recently, the hiring practices and demographic makeup of the Rockdale County Fire-Rescue (RCFR) 2014 recruit training class have come into question. I take this as a welcome opportunity to share with the community the methods RCFR uses to hire the most qualified employees to provide protection and care for our citizens and visitors.
When I was a little girl, I mean very young, before I started the first grade, when I got a whipping from my mother for fighting with my brother or sisters, I would always go to a favorite place for me.
As promised, I received my copy of the Rockdale Citizen in today’s mail … at 2 p.m.
“Stand your ground” laws seem to be a hot topic in today’s politics. Unfortunately, our local politics are not immune.
I would like to drop a shout out to the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office.
On Friday, Nov. 29, I bagged my best one ever.
I am sure there are many in Covington, and perhaps throughout Newton County, who are completely unaware of the passing of an era right here in our own back yard.. In recent years there has been a trend for large corporate organizations to
"I believe in the United States of America as a government of the people, by the people, for the people: whose just powers are derived from the consent of the governed; a democracy in a republic, a sovereign nation of many sovereign states; a perfect
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