OTP East News

  • Jimmy Carter Rock & Roll President
    by edatlanta on February 21, 2020 at 5:30 pm

    When we think of the greatest POTUS from Georgia we probably picture more of a Principal Chalmers-esque character than a Gene Simmons-esque one. However, as you’ll see in this exclusive preview of “Jimmy Carter Rock & Roll President”, the man’s got rhythm in his heart. The “rockumentary” will kickoff the Tribeca Film Festival on April The post Jimmy Carter Rock & Roll President appeared first on GeorgiaPol.

  • Candidate Q&A – Kyle Keith Jones, candidate for DeKalb County Sheriff
    by Dan Whisenhunt on February 21, 2020 at 2:46 pm

      About this series: Decaturish sent questions to candidates running for DeKalb County Sheriff. The election is March 24, which also coincides with the state’s presidential preference primary. We will publish the candidates’ responses throughout the week. For more information about voting in the upcoming election, please see the note at the end of this

  • Decatur’s yearly audit notes cooler housing market in 2019, uncovered two accounting errors
    by Dan Whisenhunt on February 21, 2020 at 2:10 pm

      Decatur, GA – The city of Decatur’s most recent audit found two errors of note and also indicates that the city’s housing and development activity cooled down in 2019. In a letter attached to the audit, City Manager Andrea Arnold wrote, “Actual real estate market sales data for 2019 indicate that average sales prices

  • Pensacola ruling aids Georgia
    by IrishPat on February 21, 2020 at 2:00 pm

    Attorney General Chris Carr praised an 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals ruling in favor of the City of Pensacola. At question was a World War II monument in the shape of a cross in a Pensacola park. The ruling will help similar monuments including one in Fort Oglethorpe along the trail in the Chickamauga The post Pensacola ruling aids Georgia appeared first on GeorgiaPol.

  • Morning Reads for Friday, February 21, 2020
    by Ginny on February 21, 2020 at 11:53 am

    Over-achievers, we are.  Savannah State has a problem. Clemson buys out Wisconsin contract to play Georgia in 2021 opener. Seen any Tiny Doors lately?  Faster, please. Pass the popcorn. Everyone is sick of this rain.  At least we don’t have ice volcanoes.  Is it possible for both of them to lose?  Don’t use your phone The post Morning Reads for Friday, February 21, 2020 appeared first on GeorgiaPol.