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The Zombie Comp Plan -- Return of the "Voluntary" Viewshed Requirements

By. Neil Williamson, President

In classic horror films, zombies are among the best villains as it is so hard to kill the “Walking Dead”.

Just like a zombie the Monticello Viewshed requirements are back and property rights are again under attack in Albemarle County. 931 more words

Development Policies

What Government Doesn't Tell You

By Donna Minighini

City/County government still has yet to really solve Modesto and Stan County’s extremely high unemployment rate.

Enticing mid-large size employers to relocate here -bringing JOBS to local residents, is the most important goal and achievement that government could do (besides protecting our individual safety from a rising crime rate  from the forced “re-alignment program”).  1,307 more words

The Stealth Takeove Of San Francisco

An incident in Oak Harbor, Washington City Council chambers has reawakened the basics of all city-governments in the United States.

In the recent dispute in Washington, the Oath of Office sworn to by the council members clearly came up.  68 more words

Government

Sussex supervisor has day in court

SUSSEX COUNTY, Va. (WTVR) — Rufus Tyler walked out of the Sussex County Courthouse, Wednesday afternoon, still the chairman of the Board of Supervisors.

A recall effort by voters in his district led to his court appearance. 173 more words

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Sparks Fly As Lowndes Supervisors Meet

The Lowndes County Board of Supervisors met on Monday, Nov. 5 and voted unanimously to allocate $100,000 to the construction of a second concession stand for the Columbus Soccer Complex, but District 4 Supervisor Jeff Smith took issue with the board’s failure to allocate smaller amounts to projects in his district. 793 more words

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Harry Sanders Speaks His Mind

President of the Lowndes County Board of Supervisors and District 1 Supervisor Harry Sanders is known as a man who rarely holds his tongue. In a conversation that I had with him, one recent morning, this fact became crystal clear immediately.   1,119 more words

Columbus, MS

Leroy Brooks Is Never At A Loss For Words

Lowndes County Supervisor Leroy Brooks is a man who is never at a loss for words.

Brooks spent five years in the Air Force and received a Master’s degree in Public Administration. 1,310 more words

Columbus, MS