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Despite opposition, commissioners approve storage unit, retail space

In the face of opposition from members of the public, the Coweta County Board of Commissioners approved two commercial developments near Senoia at their meeting Tuesday. The board approved the rezoning of 3.372 acres of land on 6599 Highway 16 East from Rural Conservation, or RC, to C-8, or Heavy Commercial, for the purpose of constructing a storage facility, and the rezoning of 1.045 acres of land on the former roadbed of Old Highway 85 from Rural Conservation to C-6, or Commercial Minor Shopping District, for the purpose of constructing retail space.
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Georgia man charged with fraud after seeking millions in COVID-19 relief funding

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WRBL) – A Georgia resident was indicted on several charges alleging his participation as the leader of a conspiracy to obtain federal COVID-19 relief funding illegally. Bernard Okojie, 40, of McDonough, Georgia, is charged with Conspiracy to Commit Wire and Bank Fraud, Wire Fraud, and Money Laundering Conspiracy, announced U.S. Attorney David H. […]
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Senoia officer killed in 1893 gets Officer Down Memorial

Officer Tubal Cain “T.C.” Hardy, who was killed in the line of duty in 1893, was remembered with an Officer Down Memorial at the June 20 meeting of the Senoia City Council. The city plans to display a plaque memorializing Hardy at the police department and at the...
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Louisiana Attorney General’s Office Arrests Nursing Home Owner Bob Dean on Multiple Felony Charges

Louisiana Attorney General’s Office Arrests Nursing Home Owner Bob Dean on Multiple Felony Charges. Louisiana – On June 22, 2022, the Office of Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry announced the arrest of Bob Glynn Dean, Jr., the owner of seven Louisiana nursing homes that evacuated to a warehouse in Independence prior to Hurricane Ida. Dean, 68, of Thomaston, Georgia, has been charged with eight felonies of Cruelty to Persons with Disabilities, five felonies of Medicaid Fraud, and two felonies of Obstruction of Justice in Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana.
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Hampton to hold Community Day July 3

Hampton Township is continuing its annual tradition of holding a Community Day for its residents, with the pool opening at 11 a.m. and the festivities beginning at 1 p.m. July 3. This year, the event will be held on the soccer fields near the Community Center to allow for more...
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