Mall Coming Soon to BREMEN

Mall Coming Soon to BREMEN

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Pizza Guy

Fortson, GA

#1 May 14, 2012
A Colorado developer is looking hard at Haralson County for a mall location. There are only two I-20 exits in Haralason. Not likely to be Waco.

Get ready. Bremen is about to change "big time".

“"They can't eat me!!"”

Since: Jun 11

Mayberry

#2 May 14, 2012
HaHa.. Very funny. Nothing will be coming to town. People in office want it to stay a ghost town like it has always been

“Home In Georgia Now”

Since: Jul 07

The "City of Gold" in Georgia

#3 May 14, 2012
Pizza Guy wrote:
A Colorado developer is looking hard at Haralson County for a mall location. There are only two I-20 exits in Haralason. Not likely to be Waco.
Get ready. Bremen is about to change "big time".
Hate to disappoint you but the Bremen exit off I-20 at US27 is in Carroll County. But you are correct that there are two exits off I-20 in Haralson County. They are the Tallapoosa (GA 100) exit and the Waco exit.
Well

Villa Rica, GA

#4 May 15, 2012
Good Good Good, come on.
POPE RICKY THE TURD

Rockmart, GA

#5 May 25, 2012
Good,mso4 will have more mens rooms to troll!
Randall

Carrollton, GA

#6 May 26, 2012
government56 wrote:
HaHa.. Very funny. Nothing will be coming to town. People in office want it to stay a ghost town like it has always been
Actually, until the 90s (and NAFTA), Bremen was a thriving, bustling, and active town with every mill running with at least two shifts working. Bremen sported a Chevrolet dealership and an old Ford dealership. Every one, who wanted to work, worked in town. Everyone felt a sense of community, and everyone enjoyed a sense of pride in the schools and neighborhoods. We didn't need tattoo parlors, bars, nor chain stores and restaurants. Call it a ghost town, but it was a happy and productive ghost town then.

“Home In Georgia Now”

Since: Jul 07

The "City of Gold" in Georgia

#7 May 26, 2012
Randall wrote:
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Actually, until the 90s (and NAFTA), Bremen was a thriving, bustling, and active town with every mill running with at least two shifts working. Bremen sported a Chevrolet dealership and an old Ford dealership. Every one, who wanted to work, worked in town. Everyone felt a sense of community, and everyone enjoyed a sense of pride in the schools and neighborhoods. We didn't need tattoo parlors, bars, nor chain stores and restaurants. Call it a ghost town, but it was a happy and productive ghost town then.
As I have stated before the same can be said of Tallapoosa. When I firs came here in 1979 it had either 4 or 5 service stations, two grocery stores several small convenience stores, all stores on Head Avenue were open as well as those on Alabama Street and up and down US 78. You had Dixie Steel, Associated Rubber (2 sites), Hubbard Sales, Southern Can, Stoffel Seals, American Thread, Hoover-Haines Rubber,Quality Furniture, two banks, Busy Bee Diner, Essie Mae's Bar, Johnny's Bar, Windoms BBQ, Burger Chick, Tastee Treat, Burger Inn, Sids Place, and the cafe that was at the bus stop that I can recall. Traffic was so bad when all the employers let out that it took two police officers to work traffic to get them on US 78 from Ga 100. I know because I did it. I know I have left some out but take a look at this list and compare it with today in Tallapoosa. No wonder our young folks can not wait to get the hell out of Haralson County. No future here as far as jobs, entertainment etc. Unless you like living in a town with a damn POSSUM for the city symbol.
shopper

Springville, AL

#8 May 27, 2012
hope it's true!
true story

Douglasville, GA

#9 May 27, 2012
Some might think all the flea markets,are Malls and have no idea the difference.
I live on head avenue,where all the half wit rednecks,old people run the four way stop signs on a daily basis.Even the Firetrucks run them when not on a call.Cops run them daily also,the city could make a fortune writig tickets but they figure hell we do it so no big deal.

If these lazy ass cops could stay out of the tatto shop they might have time to do something ....Oh I forgot they are at the pig after it closes talking to each other in the parking lot.

“Home In Georgia Now”

Since: Jul 07

The "City of Gold" in Georgia

#10 May 28, 2012
true story wrote:
Some might think all the flea markets,are Malls and have no idea the difference.
I live on head avenue,where all the half wit rednecks,old people run the four way stop signs on a daily basis.Even the Firetrucks run them when not on a call.Cops run them daily also,the city could make a fortune writig tickets but they figure hell we do it so no big deal.
If these lazy ass cops could stay out of the tatto shop they might have time to do something ....Oh I forgot they are at the pig after it closes talking to each other in the parking lot.
If you are talking about Head Avenue in Tallapoosa you are dead right. The city could save a damn fortune by taking down all the stop signs since there is NO ENFORCEMENT by the PD. I am amazed no one has been seriously injured or killed yet. I can name some more they run like there are no signs there. Try Head Avenue @ Boulevard, Boulevard @ Freeman, Freeman @ East Mill, Alewine Avenue @ East Mill Street, Head Avenue @ Taliaferro. And the list goes on and on. If the citizens can see this crap every day why can't those we hire and pay to protect us actually do some enforcement activity.
Nothing

Wheatland, WY

#11 May 30, 2012
Can't imagine anything coming to Bremen. We don't even have good restaurants.

“Home In Georgia Now”

Since: Jul 07

The "City of Gold" in Georgia

#13 May 30, 2012
Ray wrote:
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How will taking the signs down save any money?
Because they are rather expensive to keep on hand to replace. My point is that since there is no enforcement why have them at all.
Spacecowboy

Schaumburg, IL

#14 May 30, 2012
Small towns all over the U.S. are becomming ghost towns, not just Bremen and Tallapoosa (possum snout). Question is, how far is America going to spiral down before someone steps up and does something to correct it. I don't know if it's even worth having children, knowing what they might have to deal with in this delapidated America.

“Mess with these Claws......”

Since: Oct 09

Carrollton, GA

#15 May 31, 2012
Spacecowboy wrote:
Small towns all over the U.S. are becomming ghost towns, not just Bremen and Tallapoosa (possum snout). Question is, how far is America going to spiral down before someone steps up and does something to correct it. I don't know if it's even worth having children, knowing what they might have to deal with in this delapidated America.
Scary what America is becoming:(
Seeya

United States

#16 May 31, 2012
Spacecowboy wrote:
Small towns all over the U.S. are becomming ghost towns, not just Bremen and Tallapoosa (possum snout). Question is, how far is America going to spiral down before someone steps up and does something to correct it. I don't know if it's even worth having children, knowing what they might have to deal with in this delapidated America.
I encourage you to find a better country to live in......I'll wait

“Home In Georgia Now”

Since: Jul 07

The "City of Gold" in Georgia

#18 May 31, 2012
Ray wrote:
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Taking down a couple of signs certainly won't "save a damn fortune" but enforcement of those traffic control devices certainly will put money in city coffers at the expense of those who elect to put others in danger by disregarding those signs. I certainly do not support issuing petty equipment violation citations but I'm all for citations, and the fines that go with them, to the folks who blow through stop signs and red lights.
I am joking about taking the signs down. But seriously the signs cost the city a lot more than folks recognize. I know the safety issues and the use of traffic control devices and their purpose. However I am not joking about the non enforcement by the Police in Tallapoosa of daily violations at the sites I mentioned.
bremen

Tallapoosa, GA

#19 Jun 6, 2012
who is this developer?
i know the perfect location
on hwy 27 beside stone bridge
and its in haralson co.
bremen

Tallapoosa, GA

#20 Jun 11, 2012
Pizza Guy wrote:
A Colorado developer is looking hard at Haralson County for a mall location. There are only two I-20 exits in Haralason. Not likely to be Waco.
Get ready. Bremen is about to change "big time".
who?
has anyone else heard about this

“17 time middleweight champion ”

Since: May 10

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#21 Jun 11, 2012
bremen wrote:
who is this developer?
i know the perfect location
on hwy 27 beside stone bridge
and its in haralson co.
Let's hope the theoretical developer wouldn't be Petey Capo.

“17 time middleweight champion ”

Since: May 10

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#22 Jun 11, 2012
bremen wrote:
who is this developer?
i know the perfect location
on hwy 27 beside stone bridge
and its in haralson co.
Or Andy "Take the Money and Run" Richardson.

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