Similar to many states in the US, Georgia has statewide planning legislation, focused on helping local governments better manage their development patterns and achieve their planning visions and goals for the future. 325 more words
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Recently at work I have been asked to look at the concept of the circular economy (CE) for an upcoming project. You may have heard of the concept via the media, in fact you have probably been bombarded with advertisements with one of the most successful… 1,116 more words
By: Lane Sorgen, General Manager, South Central District, Microsoft Corp.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve walked into White Rock Coffee or another local coffee shop on a weekday morning and been surprised by the number of businessmen and women occupying tables, sipping caffeinated concoctions, and working on laptops, tablets and cell phones. 446 more words
On Monday, July 28, Mayor Frank G. Jackson administered the Oath of Office to Edward W. Rybka, who will serve as the city’s new Chief of Regional Development. 204 more words
Kansas holds a primary one week from today, and the state is already awash in politics. Yard signs are proliferating, the mailbox is full of fliers, the pitchmen for identity theft protection agencies and the guy from the Good Feet Store have been chased off the talk radio airwaves by campaign commercials, and some of the races are intriguingly nasty. 1,334 more words