SPECIAL CALLED COMMISSION MEETING Monday 10-29-12
6 p.m., 2nd floor conference room:
1. Dog Park Clarification
2. Recycling Committee Request
3. Parks & Rec/YMCA
"It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds."--Samuel Adams
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This is a story of a kind and generous woman who removed large dogs from the middle of a dangerous curvy road. The dogs were saved from further injury. Traffic was not impeded that morning. The dogs escaped euthanasia and were returned to their former home. Kelley’s reward was to be threatened with arrest by a Lumpkin County Animal Control Officer. Continue reading »
Lumpkin County continues to pay for the stupidity of hiring an inexperienced out of county company to build the reservoir trail. In an effort to respond to recent EPD concerns about dirt from the trail going into the reservoir, Lumpkin County brought in large equipment that further widened the poorly constructed “trail” turning it into a full-fledged dirt road. Click on the pictures. Continue reading »
The Lumpkin County Homeowners Association (LCHA) will meet on Tuesday, March 23 at 6:00 PM in the meeting room of United Community Bank located on Morrison Moore Parkway across from the Post Office. Continue reading »
Hemlockfest is an annual benefit music festival, held the first full weekend of November, to increase public awareness and generate funds to save Eastern and Carolina Hemlock trees. Three days of music, good food and fun for a great cause. Families with children are especially encouraged to come. For more information.