Georgia Trend - April 2008

Fuel In The Pines

It was like a religious conversion for Jill Stuckey, or maybe the Big Bang, a tree falling in the woods hundreds of miles away, heard and felt. About two years ago she was called to Gov. Sonny Perdue’s office for…

Sterling Reputation

It’s a small space, only 2,600 square feet, but like its owner, the Beverly Bremer Silver Shop strikes a high profile. This modest-looking storefront in an easily overlooked Buckhead strip mall is a nationally known source for new and “estate”…

The GreenRoom: April 2008

* The Georgia Supreme Court seems to have dealt a billion-dollar blow to the Atlanta Beltline, ruling that education taxes can’t be used for infrastructure projects (traditionally school systems can opt in or out of Tax Allocation District funding as…

Metro Atlanta: Staying Ahead

Metro Atlanta, undoubtedly the state’s biggest economic engine, experienced robust growth and job creation in 2007, despite a weakened economy and concerns about water and transportation. And 2008 promises continued corporate expansion, infrastructure improvement and major residential, commercial and retail…

Political RoundUp: April 2008

Value Government: Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle has named four state senators to a task force on “Value Government” that will develop recommendations for delivering better government services to Georgians at a lower cost. Cagle appointed Sen. Mitch Seabaugh (R-Sharpsburg) to…