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

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At Issue: Promise and Peril

At Issue: Promise and Peril

With the statewide party primaries coming up May 22, the most excitement around these parts is Georgia politics.

May 2018
Economy: Firm Foundation

Economy: Firm Foundation

Albany continues to build upon three consecutive years of job growth as its economy slowly transforms itself.

May 2018
Business Casual: Leading the Way

Business Casual: Leading the Way

Students are demanding new approaches to ensuring their safety. It’s time to take them seriously.

May 2018
From the Publisher: Safer Streets

From the Publisher: Safer Streets

Safe routes for walking and biking are becoming an increasingly important part of the state’s transit plan.

May 2018
At Issue: Planting a Flag

At Issue: Planting a Flag

Tax incentives have been a boon to Georgia, but a careful review is needed.

April 2018
Business Casual: House and Home

Business Casual: House and Home

Making a home is a pretty universal instinct, but homefinding and homemaking aren’t always easy.

April 2018
From the Publisher: Taking Stock

From the Publisher: Taking Stock

Georgia benefits from a large network of environmental groups as well as public and private entities dedicated to sustainability.

April 2018
From the Publisher: Challenges Ahead

From the Publisher: Challenges Ahead

Georgia is No. 1 on a lot of lists, but there’s a massive disconnect between the state’s business success and its ability to serve all its citizens.

March 2018
Business Casual: It All Connects

Business Casual: It All Connects

If you want to improve the quality of public education in Georgia, you have to start with our poverty issue.

March 2018
Economy: Athens’ Upside

Economy: Athens’ Upside

Higher education and healthcare are doing well, along with more new and expanding businesses.

March 2018
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