Social Circle turns to Walton for land help
Searching for a partner to buy more than 240 acres of land for development, the Social Circle Development Authority presented its case to the Development Authority of Walton County recently.
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#1 Sep 2, 2009
Wonder what he did to make him resign???
#2 Sep 7, 2009
For once I agree with Kevin Little because it sounds like he's trying to be frugal with the tax payers money. Anything that has to happen so quickly is probally to good to be true. I've lived here all my life and know that the two men from down here that the Walton Tribune mention have to have a personal interest or they would not be involved. Don't get me wrong, I want to see SC grow but lets grow in the right direction. I just don't see this happening until we get some younger leadership in key positions....tired of the same old regime that hasn't accomplished anything in the last 10 to 15 years. Our 1950 style leadership has to step aside, sit at the Blue Willow, and talk about how the next generation doesn't know what their getting into.
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