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From what I see, Partnership Gwinnett is great at bringing in business from Asia that have no desire to become community partners. I will leave it at that and refrain from the obvious statements that accompany this fact.
I have NO pity on their situation as it was self inflicted. Shirley and her family knew what they were doing and that it was wrong. They were trying to profit on her position of power. I live in her district and can guarantee that she took payments for some other rezoning requests that would never have been approved except for a corrupt official.
Hey rco1847, this is not a republican or democrat issue - it is a power issue and both sides of the aisle are just as guilty
Richard Tucker is thick as thieves with all of the Gwinnett County government so he can have anything he wants. This story was on the first page but when I went back to comment, it had been removed. Dirty small town politics!
I oppose these schools for the simple reason that if you want a private education for your children - you pay for it. Don't use my taxes. My parents paid for my private education AND paid the taxes to support the local public schools. We could not ride the bus (that our taxes paid for) to our private school even though it went right by the campus on the way to the public school. It's all about choice and then living with that choice and paying the price.
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