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

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Neely Young: The Only Thing

Neely Young: The Only Thing

Georgia’s land is responsible for much of our state’s wealth, from the limestone in the Appalachian Plateau and the sandy soil around Vidalia to the longleaf pines and wiregrass of the southwest.

May 2015
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
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