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With trial for Sen. Don Balfour looming, defense tries to quash December 6, 2013
Your response is the first with any value. Thank you. To answer your question - yes. Why the unexpected announcement this morning? Why wait until just before the scheduled opening to shutdown?
That would be equivalent to deciding a case based only on a defendant's testimony.
I am only interested in learning the truth. So, your comments are useless.
1) So you don't mind airlines canceling your flight at the last moment...and not giving you a refund.
2) Locking the gates is only necessary at night.
Again, why the unexpected announcement? That is, why wait until the last minute to cancel? Also, why were all park gates locked last Sunday?
In past years, Snellville Days was held in the rain. So, why the unexpected announcement this morning? Also, does this open Snellville to lawsuits from vendors?
BTW, here is a link to the "Ronald Reagan Parkway Extension" project final report:
There are many problems with the failed "Ronald Reagan Parkway Extension" project. Foremost is citizens did not vote on the project.
Government workers are employees of taxpayers. As such, taxpayers have the right to direct government workers and NOT the other way round.
Reminds me of the failed "Ronald Reagan Parkway Extension" project. pushed by ex-commissioner Mike Beadreau. Many citizens protested by email, phone, and other means against launch of the project. However, since citizen's vote of approval was not required, the project was pushed through. Apparently, the information meetings were staged for the media.
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