In 2006 the Dawson County Board of Commissioners initiated the necessary steps to determine the need for a new courthouse and administration facility. A company with expertise and a background in this type of project was hired by the county to research the need and to determine the size and scope of this project.
Let's talk turkey. Well maybe that wasn't such a great choice of words so let's talk about home sales then?
Christmas is right around the corner. That means it's time to count some of this year's blessings.
Georgia is open for business and will remain that way as long as we don't raise taxes.
For the past six weeks, some of my fellow legislators and I have been preparing for the upcoming hard work on the amended 2010 budget.
As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, we reflect on what has been a financially tumultuous year for families and individuals across America.
Several years ago in the middle of rapid growth, I along with other county commissioners began to hear rumblings about the current courthouse.
Celebrating Veterans Day has always been important to my family.
For generations, American men and women have risked their lives to defend our country on the front lines of battle. Rather than drive to an office each day and go home to their families at night, they work in war zones where danger lurks around every corner. Instead of watching their kid's sports games or dance recitals on weekends, they continue fighting to protect the people they love ...
Time is running out. The window of opportunity for the Federal and State Tax Credit is closing quickly.
Over the last year, Georgia has seen historic drops in revenue. Our state has had only 10 years of revenue declines since 1952, and 2009 proved to have the most significant decline of those 10 years. Looking ahead to the 2010
This is the kind of column that I love to write.
Lake Lanier has risen to full capacity with the rain that has been received in the area over the past month.
My research as a member of the House Higher Education Committee and the House K-12 Education Appropriation Committee reveals that we are not alone when it comes to revenue shortfalls. Reductions impacted K-12 and higher education in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma and South Carolina.
Georgia, like so many states, is facing tough economic times right now.
When I was named chair of the Senate Transportation Committee in January, it was becoming clear that there could be some struggles with producing a balanced FY 2014 budget for Georgia.
When the terrorist attacks occurred in Boston during the running of the Boston Marathon, memories came flooding back of our own dark days in Atlanta. It was 17 years ago, July 27, 1996, when those of us who were a part of the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games had our worst fears realized. A pipe bomb detonated in the Centennial Olympic Park during the middle weekend of that worldwide celebration, killing two people and ...
A friend and I met up in the massive Frankfurt airport's central lobby just by coincidence.