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Karla Drenner April 18, 2014 at 01:36 PM
James, (or whoever is using his name) I am not sure where you are getting your mis-information AND Read Moreperhaps you should confer with me (karla drenner) to confirm the above fiction... I continue to focus on serving the constituents of the 85th House District. Feel free to contact me if I can ever be of assistance. I can be reached at 678.232.1056. Love and Light, Karla PS. The caption that you provided for the picture was really not very nice and obviously that is your point. This is why so many people have such a negative opinions of the political process... I am active responsive and committed to my district. In the future if you or anyone else for that matter would like to talk about an issue please feel free to call me.
Aletha Clark April 19, 2014 at 01:23 PM
i was at the NAACP forum of school board candidates, when the chairman of the board can't giveRead Moreimpor tant information on the graduation rate and seemed lost in the debates. We need to clean house, we don't need a 70+ fully retired former administrator being in charge. We need people who have a vested interest in the system by being parents NOW not 30 years ago. I want my grandchildren to get a better education than i did, but sometimes i wonder if they are. When paper and pencils are giving way to calculators, and laptops. Handwriting skills are ending up with people only being able to sign there names with an "X".
Robert Tracy April 16, 2014 at 01:35 PM
I totally agree with you, most people have no idea what happens to there homes after a fire, withRead Morewa ter damage ravaging belongings and causing total loss on home insurance claims. I feel it needs to be manditory for new homes constructed for the elderly.
Jim Kneeland April 14, 2014 at 07:12 PM
I don't know who posted the comment above, but it certainly was NOT me. I think the Patch needs toRead Morec heck their sources on this one.
Lasha Thomas April 15, 2014 at 03:04 PM
I has been working as a canvasser for Elena Parent's campaign, and we were told to start pushingRead Morehar d for Michelle henson. what is bad is I won't work for another white politician again, because the walking lists were segregated per the voters race and canvassers race. I asked about it and was told that white voters feel uneasy about african american's approaching them. Are we still living in the 1950's?
james Kneeland April 15, 2014 at 03:12 PM
Jim, My family lives in the suburbs of Atlanta and all over the US. You're not the first person iRead Moreha ve come across with the same similiar first name as myself or will you be the last. James
Estelle Williams April 09, 2014 at 11:48 AM
Noemi, I signed the petition, but I noted a factual error in the petition in theRead More"Comments&quot ; section of the petition. Fernbank, Inc., which built the Natural History Museum, leased the forest to DeKalb School System for 48 years, and it expired in 2012. Would love to see the Forest opened for non-paying self-guided tours as soon as possible! Here's the Fernbank info:http://fernbankmuseum.org/forest
Noemi Novela Vega April 09, 2014 at 11:51 AM
Thank you so much Estelle, and please share the petition with others. My boys and other kids andRead Morefam ilies are waiting to go into the forest.
Noemi Novela Vega April 10, 2014 at 12:07 AM
Here is a beautiful article on Fernbank Forest that was written almost 2 yearsRead Moreago. http://www.exam iner.com/article/requiem-for-fernbank-science-center-forest
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