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A Concerned Reader who identifies himself only as "V" is tired of looking at a perpetual eyesore over in the North Highland area. "OK! I finally succumbed to the invitation to report something that needs attention," V wrote. (What took you so long?) "
A group of Chattahoochee Valley citizens has launched a project to bring rowing to the placid stretch of the river just south of the more raucous whitewater course. Chattahoochee Rowing Ltd., spearheaded by local businessman Mike Milligan, has
A Concerned (though anonymous) Reader left a voicemail last week about a safety issue on the south side of town. "I'm a concerned citizen (we've established that) calling you about a walk-through area located on Martin Luther King Boulevard between
Six employees of the city's Inspections and Code Department, including its director and assistant director, have not passed certifications originally required in their job descriptions, according to documents obtained by the Ledger-Enquirer. When the
The rotten egg smell around the old tank farm near the South Commons will soon be a thing of the past, Mayor Teresa Tomlinson said today. Following negotiations between the city, local stakeholders, the Georgia Ports Authority and Omega Partners,
A proposed "public-public partnership" between Columbus and Fort Benning could produce about $230,000 in revenue for the city's Recycling and Sustainability Center, Deputy City Manager David Arrington told Columbus Councilors today. A section of the
Citizens who want to save the old Claflin School building before the city turns it over to the federal government will have one last opportunity. A public meeting will be held 5:30 p.m., Monday, in the Council Chamber at the Citizen Services Center.
The city of Columbus has been unable to find any developers interested in restoring the old Claflin School on Fifth Avenue, so unless a last-ditch effort succeeds, ownership of the property will likely revert to the federal government, Columbus
The retaining wall project in Weracoba Creek around the 3200 block of Cherokee Avenue, which has caused periodic lane closures in the area, has about another month to go, according to Deputy City Manager David Arrington. The failing wall is being
On a wall just inside the entrance to the citys new Sustainability Center recycling facility, a Native American proverb reads: We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children. Deputy City Manager David Arrington