An attorney I know once told me that finding compromise with a zoning issue is often more contentious than reaching an accord in a divorce settlement. I’ve never been divorced – but I have been on the receiving end of zoning-related ire on more than one occasion. It’s… not pleasant. Thankfully, with nearly every zoning
This week’s Courier Herald column: Another year is upon us where the end of the Georgia General Assembly coincides with Holy Week. Legislators should wrap up their annual business about the time the calendar turns to Good Friday. The difference between this year and last is that this time, legislators will leave town with a
As anyone following the spinning wheel of protest known as the #GAPol hashtag knows, there is a “Religious Freedom” bill sitting on the Governor’s desk awaiting his signature. …or veto. There has been a lot of hype and a lot of misdirection on this bill. Many still argue it wasn’t needed in the first place.