May 2007

Archive »Features

Archive »Our State

Vidalia Goes Organic

Vidalia Goes Organic

Published: May 2007

New Plans For Indian Springs

New Plans For Indian Springs

Published: May 2007

Albany/Dougherty County: The Next Big Thing

Redeveloping Downtown, Investing In A New Highway

Redeveloping Downtown, Investing In A New Highway

Published: May 2007

Downtown Homecoming

Downtown Homecoming

Published: May 2007

Toombs & Montgomery Counties: The Road To Success

Local Partnerships, Florida Transplants And Busy Highways

Local Partnerships, Florida Transplants And Busy Highways

Published: May 2007

Archive »Up Front

GreenRoom: May 2007

GreenRoom: May 2007

Published: May 2007

Georgia Transplant Foundation

Georgia Transplant Foundation

Published: May 2007

How Much Is Too Much?

The governor and his legislative colleagues have had the power to cut the budget to any level they chose. All they had to do was cast their votes for it. They chose not to. They are acknowledging how the real world works.

Published: May 2007

Archive »Commentary

Walking The Walk

Walking The Walk

No question, pedestrians ought to cross at intersections and wait for the light. But the reality is, they don’t – intersections in Atlanta are pretty far apart. Fortunately, pedestrian safety is drawing attention from a number of individuals and entities.

Published: May 2007
“Desal” Could Be The Answer

“Desal” Could Be The Answer

Published: May 2007

Power Player

2007 Most Respected Business Leader

John Rice, CEO of Atlanta-based GE Infrastructure, has brought a deep corporate and personal commitment to his adopted hometown. He’s involved in cultural, educational and civic endeavors and he encourages his employees to be involved, too.

Published: May 2007

Archive »Downtime

Repast: Blending Cultures

This upstart’s formula for success involves blending seemingly conflicting culinary influences into a surprisingly unified vision.

Published: May 2007
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