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July 11 ployees at the roe Co. Library are Awesome$! I have been are and age of home schoolers hm ~ in Monme ~unfy over f~ last 10 The number of MP ing ~st scores at the same time. Good job Board of Ed ca. ! votes: Witnessed a icle this law;i 'new law to horrible consequences. No more laws please, in we should return to ,10 COM~ MANDMENTS. votes: 36 JULY INDIAN SPR NGS 12-22,2018 HOLINESS CAMP MEETING -,:: :. No way in H--- can I vote for Brian Kemp with his flip flopping senile a--. votes: 36 Would Obama and Bush separate families.'??. Yes, they did and NONE of you complained or rioted back then. Why the concern only now? Hippycrits! votes: 35 Im genuinely curious as tothe number of home- schooled students in M.C. Does the BOE have access dropping? votes: 35 Prosecution under President Barack Obama from fiscal year 2010 to f' al 2016 there were 2,362,966 adults apprehended crossing the Southern border, and 492,970 were iR 13orter The city has cited devel- oper Otis Ingram for erosion control issues at Forsyth Station on Hwy. 41. 0 e e e By Will Davis because of a conflict, and pubhsherC the city tried to send the case to Monroe County The city of Forsyth has is- Superior Court. However, sued a citation to developer the superior court sent the Otis Ingram for drainage case back to city court so issues at the construction now the city has to appoint site for his Forsyth Station a special solicitor to handle the case. Senior Living Center on Hwy. 41. City manager Janice Hall Stroud Construction be- said they hoped to take the gan building the clubhouse case to city court the last and 21 units for Forsyth court date in July, at 5:30 Station last year, but work p.m. on Thursday, July 26. stalled in the fall and the City court now meets at project has sat mostly idle the Monroe County Justice since then. Ingram has Center. told the Reporter that he Ingram told the Reporter is working out the financ- his team has done every- ing and he plans to resume thing it can, including construction as early as installing silt fences, to November. minimize the impact of On April 2, city erosion erosion issues at the site. and sedimentation control Ingram plans to build 21 officer David Herndon, units and the clubhouse in also the fire chief, issued the first phase, and then 24 a citation to Ingrain for more units in the second "failure to properly design, phase. Ingram said Forsyth install or maintain best Station will be ideal for management practices" for those 55 and older who erosion control. The cita- want low-maintenance, tion, which can carry a civil in-town living with social activities. He said Forsyth penalty of up to $1,000 per Station will offer three or day, hasn't gone to court yet. City solicitor Amy four activities daffy and that Boyer had to recuse herself there will be three or four full time employees. When complete, Ingram said he expects 100-120 residents with $4-6,000 per month discretionary income to spend in Forsyth. Page IM'llh 'l'lbmmdi, e. lhlht Imllll time llllllll AND Thur lay, July 12 11 AM at the Clubhouse Music and Magic with David Floyd "TI Great Magical Musk Show" Children will sing-along with fun songs as I sing and play the guitar, they will experience me playing the accordion and see what the instrument looks like on the inside They will be able to see and hear live instruments from around the world such as: the didgeridoo (Australia), the shofar (Israel), the djembe (West Africa), the agogo (West Africa), the shekere (West Africa) and more! :: Bible Study D ly 9:30am : : ': news!fiivotes: 35 ! How ritical are you ; that you demand a man stay oufof a woman care but allowa woman to end a precious baby~ life? Actions have consequences and owning up to them shouldn't mean someone else bears the cost of them. votes: 34 : IFTrumpwas a Democrat, FAKE news would be re- porting the daily murders : in Chicago and lava flow in Hawaii. Instead, FAKE nevcs reports President Trump 24/7 and addicted to his tweets. USA is be- coming very Conservative because of the FAKE news. votes: 33 surethe BOE would kids are in public school and how many kids are choosing homeschooling orprivate school, votes: 31 have NO say in abortion. This needs to change in America. votes: 29 i "Mother is lawfully able to decide her own health- : care" and the FATHER has no say? This will soon change. What about the Father Choice? Years of mental abuse from abor- tion exists in America that affects the male. votes: 29 Nobody wat es FAKE News anymore, votes: 29 My coworker & I like to make bets on how many people get arre#ed each licenses, votes: 28 ~this year~ $10-12~ me oonaerosa nere glorious AAonroe County. ]rain "~ he'd have ro wait ": was too hot to fish. Wel guess what? Yea, it's nor But the weatlqer ain't hearty as hot as this sherJff's race is aoouT ro get. Seems mar everybody WhO ain't ame sick or i~ Jail s running. The cars are already fightJng about who can put what kit a of star on their signs. And the rumor around Blount is that every aeDurv sheriff "unn~ng s gonno nave To turn in their oarrol ca~ oaage and uniform ro oin the race. So ~ the whore sheriff's office ,s our for a sDe ro run For High Sheriff, seems Ke this fal mignr oe c gooa time to rob rne ,oca bank. ~(ind of makes me g,aa ve got my cash where it oe~ongs - n three Mason ars buried next to Scrappy's dog pen. Well, speaking of Scrappy, 've got To TaKe him aown to the rJver for his bath. See ,/'all next week va hear? Residential & Commercial We Service All Brands Honest & Reliable Service Licensed and Insured Experience You Can Count On Locally Owned & Family Operated Financing Available. Service Agreements . Your Busmess @ank You for " Like US all Fscebook ~ ~,~ "For the first time ever, our current legislature passed a budget that prioritizes the long-term economic health of our state by t'ully funding our K-12 sehttols. You can count on me to vote to maintain this funding which will ensure all students have equal access to a world-class education. I know how important the Hope Scholarship is to students wanting to continue their education. I will always vote to tl'ellgth ll and defend tile tI()PE Scholarship program. Our future, including the economic prosperity of Georgia, depends on how well we educate our students. I am committed to keeping educat|on a prmnty! Gary Republican for State House District 141 478-390,7719 Paid for by Gary Bechtel for State Representative