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

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Sustainable Georgia: Driving With The Sun

Sustainable Georgia: Driving With The Sun

The state’s first solar-powered electric vehicle charging station in West Point is a sci-fi dream come true.

December 2015
Guest Commentary: Doing The Right Thing

Guest Commentary: Doing The Right Thing

The decisions made by leaders in Georgia’s past got us where we are today, and what we choose to do today will lead us into the future.

December 2015
Business Casual: Riding With History

Business Casual: Riding With History

Sites on the Civil Rights Tours Atlanta are palpable reminders of the complexity of the Civil Rights Movement.

December 2015
Neely Young: A Living Parable

Neely Young: A Living Parable

A parable on motherhood for the holiday season.

December 2015
Neely Young: Russia's Twilight

Neely Young: Russia's Twilight

While many believe Russia is becoming a major power in the world while America’s influence is on the decline, others beg to differ.

November 2015
Business Casual: A View From City Hall

Business Casual: A View From City Hall

Several of Georgia’s mayors recently came together to discuss consolidation, healthy competition and transportation.

November 2015
Georgia View: Nuclear Redux

Georgia View: Nuclear Redux

Nuclear power has become an accepted and leading global energy source, with Plant Vogtle leading the charge.

November 2015
Economy: 2016 Prospects For Atlanta

Economy: 2016 Prospects For Atlanta

The state capital’s ongoing economic recovery is underpinned by population growth and a strong housing market.

November 2015
Sustainable Georgia: Fighting Poverty

Sustainable Georgia: Fighting Poverty

Green infrastructure investments are helping to revitalize communities, providing them with accessibility and opportunity.

November 2015
Georgia View: Gwinnett Gets It

Georgia View: Gwinnett Gets It

While nowhere is perfect or has all the answers when dealing with the challenges of growth and shrinking budgets, Gwinnett gets it.

October 2015
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