Author: Holly Croft

Remembering Powell Moore

I didn’t know Powell Moore until I moved to Milledgeville. This is strange to me, because I should have met him while I worked in DC. Yet, it took leaving politics and moving out of the capital to meet one of the most influential – and most quiet about it – Georgians in the field.

Is Georgia’s Historic Preservation Tax Credit Contrived for Certain Locales?

Ah, Georgia’s historic preservation tax credit. It’s a way to encourage restoration of older buildings to make them comfortable for modern-day residences and businesses while still conforming to each building’s original architectural particularities. Homeowners can receive up to $100,000, and $300,000, $5 million, or $10 million is available for commercial properties, depending on the expense

How Safe is Your Hospital?

Most of the time, I find ratings silly. However, one that I like to pay attention to is the Leapfrog Group’s semi-annual survey on hospital safety. In order to get an A rating from Leapfrog, hospitals are reviewed in 27 areas, including physician staffing in intensive care units, proper hygienic methods (think hand washing and