Animal rescue group may be forced to leave Long County
A little over a year ago, Animal Aid paid $39,000 for a foreclosed five-acre tract on Hugh Gordon Lane in Ludowici.
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#1 Feb 18, 2013
Why cannot the county work to find a solution that would appease both sides? This group saves THOUSANDS of unwanted, orphaned aniamls from the people that can no longer care for them from this county! I,m sure animal control also appreciates not having to euthanize thousands of animals each year due to Animal Aid's help. What a shame, selfish selfish only concerned about themselves. We have many, many rescues/shelters in the MIDDLE of busy neighborhoods, with very minimal issues. Please work together.....
#2 Oct 23, 2013
Bobby Walker got paid off. A major investment in the community is being flushed down the drain because he lied to these people and then sucked up to a small group of creeps who now want the much improved property for themselves.
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