Project bears name of great Augustan
He was born in Hephzibah, Ga., on July 6, 1864. John Wesley Gilbert, for whom Gilbert Manor was named, was an African-American teacher, administrator and classical scholar.
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“I am listening.......”
Since: Jun 08
#1 Feb 8, 2009
"John Wesley Gilbert would be pleased."
He would be pleased to know that violence and drug activities are not on the grounds bearing his name..........
I lived probably 3 car lengths away from this development for 4 years. There were shootings every night. There were always police cars there with lights on. No children were ever playing outside. Men sat on the curbs waiting for slow passing cars.
I would be curious to know what MCG will save in patrol costs on their own grounds.
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