Editor Sarah Bakhtiari email@example.com
2:16 am on Sunday, January 30, 2011
People need to see what greenways look like in neighboring communities before tweeking and freaking out about them. Dunwoody would be lucky if it had what Roswell and Alpharetta had. I WISH I LIVED OR OWNED PROPERTY ON A GREENWAY. They're wonderful for exercising, a little nature, walking your pooch, and it's quite nice to be able to get away from the hum of cars while at the same time not worrying about getting mowed down by one. And for people worried about declining property values, can the real estate market get any worse than it is already????? AND IS THERE QUANTIFIABLE PROOF GREENWAYS LEAD TO INCREASES IN CRIME OR DECLINING PROPERTY VALUES? I bet not. If so, I want to see the proof because I'm not buying. BRING THE GREENWAY! BRING THE GREENWAY!
12:16 pm on Wednesday, December 22, 2010
I've said the same things about MARTA before. It's taken me longer to get from the airport to the North Springs station than my flight from Chicago to Atlanta took, especially on Sunday's.
It's true that people rely on public transit for their livelihood, but when it runs this inefficiently, it makes you wonder how they rely on it when the service itself is so unreliable.
3:34 pm on Monday, November 29, 2010
Donna - Definitely a little sleep deprived, but thanks for noticing the typo. I've changed the weight from 16 lbs to the correct 6. LOL! The Guinness people should have called if Carolyn delivered a 16 pound baby, and yes, she'd probably still be in recovery. With a baby that size, there would probably be no recovery.
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