Following a highly contentious gubernatorial race, Governor-elect Brian Kemp is working to mend fences with Atlanta Democrats at City Hall. On Wednesday he made the short walk down to the office of Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms to establish a good working relationship, something that Governor Nathan Deal and former Mayor Kasim Reed once enjoyed. Kemp and Bottoms sparred during campaign season, but their efforts to get along to help advance Atlanta, and thus the state as a whole, have their ships RISING…
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources has declared a level one drought throughout much of the state, including Metro Atlanta, following a hot and dry summer into fall. While water use restrictions are not yet officially in place, they could be as soon as this week if we don’t see any rain. While yards and water bills are starting to suffer, the real risk is for farmers, who if they don’t get some rain soon may find themselves SINKING…
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