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Nicholas Vernola February 22, 2014 at 08:22 AM
Cindy Mills responded to my email saying she couldn't vote against it because we already spent soRead Moremu ch investigating it.. Sounds like a Nancy Pelosi response. We have to pass it to see what is in it?
Katrina Charbollo February 25, 2014 at 10:51 PM
She couldn't vote against it because she and all her cohorts in crime had already decided it was aRead More& quot;done deal"....Amos, Mills and Tam - a threesome majority who don't have the best interests of the citizens at heart; only the best interests of their pockets.
American Justice February 18, 2014 at 02:40 PM
The difference is you, Hillary, "pulled" the trigger and now 4 good men are dead.
Nicholas Vernola February 22, 2014 at 08:04 AM
So is her political career. She may run, and that's good for the opposing party
American Justice February 11, 2014 at 11:01 AM
June? I don't think so. The original construction area is bare dirt. I find it impossible to getRead Moreper mits, grade, pave, widen the intersection, add traffic lights, put in facilities and build a 50,000 sq. ft. building in 17 weeks. Not unless they are renovating an existing building and moving in that one.
Suzanne Beaudry Graff February 11, 2014 at 03:06 PM
Not going to argue the issue. That is all I know from someone at Costco .....I guess it will appear Read Morewhen it appears
American Justice February 12, 2014 at 12:34 PM
Nope, no argument from me, I just find it curious. No other reason. I would welcome a COSTCO to our Read Morecommunity.
SteveSmith February 06, 2014 at 05:43 PM
Thanks for the suggestions folks. The Waffle House is out though. ; ) Sometimes it's nice to grab Read Morea fast and tasty (although not so healthy) meal when you're late for work and what not. Just wanted to vent a little.
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American Justice February 01, 2014 at 12:24 PM
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M January 28, 2014 at 01:22 PM
I'm avoiding downtown altogether from now on. As if more distractions were needed, this tackyRead Moreelectr onic billboard will no doubt cause accidents. The bottlenecks downtown get bad enough already, which makes me wonder what logic was used in deciding to add yet another eyesore and distraction to our town. Are all these billboards for the benefit of all residents of Forsyth County? Do traffic updates, road closures, or overhead live camera feeds showing upcoming dangers display on these billboards? No. The parties that approve these billboards do so with no public input or opportunity the general public can provide as far as suggestions or objections. Billboard installation occurs nearly every other week it seems and with utmost urgency. Greed, money, these are the driving forces behind the force feeding of advertisements this county forces down the throats of it's residents and all visitors that pass through it. Cumming had a great opportunity to create a nice town green and a public gathering place, perhaps even an amphitheater. Possibly even an interactive water feature similar to nearby Suwanee and Duluth. With a bumpy past, Cumming had the perfect opportunity to create a brand new image for itself and make downtown a family friendly destination near Lake Lanier that people would enjoy visiting and doing business, and most importantly, live. Situated right in the middle of Highway 20, incredible opportunities still exist to differentiate downtown Cumming from other communities and reflect the slogan "gateway to leisure living". Instead, we're getting a new jail and courthouse. I hardly see our slogan living up to it's name when you factor in the additional stress and distractions these billboards all over our county create. This downtown eyesore won't be the last billboard installed by any means. Until the parties that approve these billboards realize how severely destructive the multitude of billboards are to this county's image, Cumming will continue to overshadow their slogan with the message of not caring what you or I think. Spend your money, then get out.
J.E. Ogburn February 03, 2014 at 11:47 AM
The entire town is an eyesore.
Marley Kramer February 06, 2014 at 10:23 AM
When we first moved to Cumming in 2006 we were expecting the "town" to be similar toRead MoreRoswe ll where there are small galleries, quaint restaurants with outdoor dining, antiques and an overall southern charm feeling. We loaded the kids and strollers into the car, found parking in a downtown garage, piled the kids into the strollers and started our journey. To where? To what? I was able to get a can of soda pop at the drug store. Yes, downtown Cumming is an eyesore and it could be so much more.
Melissa Willet January 15, 2014 at 08:37 PM
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Chef Kern....THE absolute best!