Hundreds turn out for G.W. Carver High School dedication

Sep 1, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Ledger-Enquirer.com

Charles Harris, a graduate from the Class of '63 at George Washington Carver High School in Columbus, never thought the school on the hill would look like it did Saturday.

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DefCon8

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Congratulations to the Muscogee County School district on building a multi million dollar school where you take your own life into your hands the minute you step off of school grounds.
Maybe the City should buy up all the surrounding properties to rid the area of crime.
(That's their solution off of FT Benning Road, we all know property and buildings cause crime, not people)

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DefCon8 wrote:
Congratulations to the Muscogee County School district on building a multi million dollar school where you take your own life into your hands the minute you step off of school grounds.
Maybe the City should buy up all the surrounding properties to rid the area of crime.
(That's their solution off of FT Benning Road, we all know property and buildings cause crime, not people)
Who knows, that could very well be their plan... just go from the Macon Road Library all the way back to Buena Vista Road.

And Likewise, possibly finally name University Avenue uniformly from Tilinghurst School at the base of the Carver High property, on Morris Road all the way north, from the start of Morris on Buena Vista Road, on across Forest Road where it becomes Oak Circle, on up the Columbus State University...

Or not.

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