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Riverside Farmers Markets Starts Back June 1
Survey: Georgians are Polite, Thanks
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Common Core by Bill Gates
Rise Up - Speak Up - Power Up
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Wedding Dress Drive for the Military
Roswell Area Brothers advance to Eagle Scout
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Cottage School Students Graduate
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Law Offices of Don C. Turner
Batchelor Chiropractic Clinic Roswell
If they get-away with it now, they’ll be back.
In the fall of 2009, I advised citizens about a unilateral decision the Roswell City Council was going to make. Well the clock is running and it appears that it will finally come to pass.
Roswell's Budget Hawk speaks out.
Roswell property owners are Roswell’s cash cows.
Roswell City Council approved the loan request for a new water plant.
Roswell's bond referendum question is politically motivated!
Once politicians get their hands on your money they will manipulate, deceive, and even lie to taxpayers to keep it.
The city of Roswell’s proposed $24 million bond referendum that may be on the ballot in November is unnecessary; property owners need to "Boot the Bond."
The Wood administration has conveniently decided to postpone the inevitable property tax millage rate increase until after the November bond referendum.
Findings and responses to the city's annual financial statement by outside auditors.
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