Pompano 1 year, 3 months ago on OUR VIEW: Policy is changing on anonymous online commenting

Have to agree with FordGalaxy on this one. The goal of this policy is to limit negative comments made against the county, etc. The GDP already often screens out negative comments if it doesn't fit with their agenda on a topic.

Like many others have posted in this thread, I also do not utilize Facebook. Guess this will be my last visit to the GDP.


Pompano 1 year, 6 months ago on Commissioners catch chickens in Norcross neighborhood

That's a great one @LilburnLady! Dead-on & the funniest thing I've read all day.

Thanks for the laugh!


Pompano 1 year, 6 months ago on 75 percent of SPLOST proposal could go to transportation

The shady land deal business has dried up in Gwinnett so time for a new gig. Does everyone recall the bogus $80 million rail feasibility study baked into the T-SPLOST by our county leadership? Those studies generally costs around a mil - would have made for a nice slush fund.

The puppeteer who pulls Nash's strings happens to work for one of the largest Transportation Engineering firms in the state. Nothing's changed in this county.


Pompano 1 year, 11 months ago on HALL: When watchdogs become rabid

Sounds like Stan is upset that folks might be looking into the dealings of the GCVB - a rather self-serving rant in his part no doubt.

GCVB, Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful, the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce - a shout-out thanks to the 'Activists' who are attempting to look behind the curtain at what appear to be end-arounds on the citizens of Gwinnet thru the use of quasi-government entities.


Pompano 2 years, 1 month ago on Trash plan to be argued in front of Ga. Supreme Court

I find it interesting that the two organizations looking to muscle their way into the Waste Management Industry are the mafia & Gwinnett County Government.


Pompano 2 years, 7 months ago on Ex-Gwinnett chairman sues sheriff over DUI arrest

Great to see the rats start to point fingers at each other...

If T-Splost passes, Gwinnett County Gov't is going to transition from the shady land deal biz to fake feasibility studies. We have $88 mil in local money earmarked for a rail feasibility study that typically only cost a mil to do. Get ready to watch $87 mil funneled to the Politically connected in Gwinnett.