Gov. Brian Kemp announced last week that former Johnny Isakson staffer Trey Kilpatrick will join his administration as chief of staff, replacing interim chief of staff Caylee Noggle, who will continue to serve as a top official in the Kemp administration. Kilpatrick won’t have to travel far, his last gig was as Vice President for Government and Community Affairs at Georgia State University in Atlanta. He comes aboard at a pivotal time – leading up to an election that could change the face of Georgia politics and ahead of a 2021 legislative session that will have to deal with the economic fallout of coronavirus. Kemp and his team though think the new addition will have them RISING…
More shocking video from this weekend in Atlanta, where drivers were seen doing “burnouts” at the intersection of Mt. Paran and Northside Parkway in residential Atlanta late Saturday night, as well as elsewhere in the city. No police in sight and no arrest reports to be found – but with a no-chase policy along with dozens of resignations and early retirements, it’s hardly a surprise that APD aren’t on the scene. Careful if you are on the road late in Atlanta – your sense of safety on normally quiet streets as well as faith in local lawmakers has to be SINKING…
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