Archive of: Business Casual, Commentary, Economy, Georgia View, Guest Commentary, Neely Young

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Sustainable Georgia: Gaining Some Green

Sustainable Georgia: Gaining Some Green

There’s a chance for the clean energy sector to reduce Georgia’s $32-billion annual expense to import petroleum, natural gas and coal.

April 2015
Georgia View: An SEC We Can Agree On

Georgia View: An SEC We Can Agree On

A plan is forming to move up the date and staging of Georgia’s presidential preference primary.

April 2015
Business Casual: Georgia Places On My Mind

Business Casual: Georgia Places On My Mind

From Athens to Savannah and Demorest to Decatur, a list of 10 favorite places in Georgia.

April 2015
Neely Young: Quiet Leadership, Long Shadow

Neely Young: Quiet Leadership, Long Shadow

Augusta-Richmond County’s collaborative leadership has scored some recent successes that have made the city a shining star of Georgia’s economy.

April 2015
Economy: A Positive Outlook

Economy: A Positive Outlook

Life is looking a bit sweeter for Columbus, Macon and Savannah in 2015.

March 2015
Sustainable Georgia: Filling Up The Tank

Sustainable Georgia: Filling Up The Tank

True state transportation funding reform needs to maintain the additional infrastructure we’ll need for generations, not just a decade.

March 2015
Business Casual: The Kids Are Just Fine

Business Casual: The Kids Are Just Fine

We baby boomers have met our match in the millennial generation, which values family, community and creativity.

March 2015
Georgia View: New Rules For Schools

Georgia View: New Rules For Schools

With the Quality Basic Education Act turning 30 this year, Gov. Deal is tackling education head on.

March 2015
Neely Young: Immigration Reform A Must

Neely Young: Immigration Reform A Must

Republicans in the House and Senate are moving in a positive way on many areas of immigration reform.

March 2015
Sustainable Georgia: Fixing A Leaking Faucet

Sustainable Georgia: Fixing A Leaking Faucet

Our water issues show no signs of abating, but hopefully we can build on last year’s momentum to find a long-term solution.

February 2015
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