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This high handed way of doing business, never mind the public, offers a strong lesson to Mayor Steve "Thunder" Tumlin and Marietta City officials who are gung ho to sign up as fast as they can with a Tennessee company to provide a city funded free medical clinic for city employees that already have a good medical insurance program and are very close to Kennestone Hospital if they need medical attention.
The Department of Transportation board had a hurry up vote on a new lease extending the SRTA's control over Georgia 400 beyond the end date of July 2011, according to news reports, and the decision to do so was far from unanimous: Out of 13 members, a bare majority of seven voted for the move and one opposed it, leaving six that did not vote.
The governor said in order to keep the promise made 20 years ago the state will look into possibly suspending the toll for a short time next year. Then when the toll is renewed, presto!, it's a "new toll." That is ludicrous.
In the name of transparency and honesty, the governor and the members of the two state agencies should have taken the time to (1) explain their proposal fully to the members of the two boards, (2) explain their proposal fully to the public and ask for feedback hold public forums about the desire to extend the toll, (3) take into account the public sentiment and abide by it, undertaking a "selling" job if necessary.
At a public forum last week, city employees naturally strongly supported the plan, but physicians and other professionals from the community raised serious questions especially about Air Max 95 For Sale
That explains, to a large extent, why voters across the country disapprove of the way members of Congress in both parties are handling the economy, as a new poll shows. Neither party has a record of delivering on promises when in control of the federal government.
Promises made. Promises broken.
The problem here is not that Georgia 400 improvements are not needed. The decision making was kept under wraps. "It's just not the right process," said State Rep. Chuck Martin (R Alpharetta) who complained he had no advance knowledge of the plan to renew the toll or what projects would be funded.
residents and those residents coming from further north," as Perdue said. And it's true that Perdue didn't make the original promise, but it was made by officials in selling the toll road to the citizens in 1991.
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It's true the toll is only 50 cents. It's true a new interchange at I 85 and other improvements costing $60 million or so "will be a huge relief to Buckhead Air Max Cb34 Grey
The mayor and council should put the matter on hold and obtain an objective analysis of benefits, cost savings and other aspects of the plan from an impartial, qualified expert. Clearly, it is too soon to vote on this proposal. Marietta citizens deserve better from their government.
But the problem does not end in Washington. Sonny Perdue in voting to keep the toll on Georgia 400 for another 10 years flat out breaking promises made by officials in 1991 that the toll would end when nearly $96 million in bonds issued for constructing the road were paid off next July 1.
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what seem to be overblown cost savings figures. Nevertheless, there's been no change in the mayor's decision on a special City Council meeting he has called for Wednesday to vote on the plan, fast tracking Air Max Safari Pack it despite all the questions and concerns underscored by the 300 strong Cobb County Medical Society's opposition to government coming "between the physician and patient."
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