A water main break on Buford Highway in DeKalb County yesterday shut down the surrounding area and forced many local businesses and schools to close for the day for lack of water. Another infrastructure issue for the county isn’t a total shocker, but that news was compounded with the announcement that county Watershed Management director Scott Towler was resigning after alleging that DeKalb CEO Michael Thurmond had urged him to break several local and federal laws over the course of his job. With all this coming just a week after the county’s board of commissioners voted to give themselves a 60% raise, it’s clear that with all this water DeKalb’s leadership is SINKING…
A recent study from Airbnb on the nation’s “top trending beer destinations” has ranked Atlanta as the fastest growing city for beer in the U.S. With more than 30 new breweries opening up over the past few years and another 30+ slated for 2018 and beyond, it is clear that the recent legislation relaxing regulations on local brewing companies has paid off. Now diving headfirst into the beer tourism pool, (vat?) Georgia’s beer industry is rapidly RISING…
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