Family Dollar has proven to be a company that continues to disrespect us and we pay them to do so. Remember the abandoned car that sat for months while being stripped of its parts in the FD parking lot? The manager told me that the District Manager said if the residents want it out they should put some money together and have it towed…No lie, this is truth. Broken windows and doors that take forever … Continue reading Family Dollar at 2324 Cascade Rd. is now a Dumping Ground…
While I was zipping down Cascade last week I noticed The Farmers insurance sign where the Bestway Tax office sign used to be… I made a U turn and went to welcome the corridors newest business and to collect some information for my neighbors. Sandra Williams the agent/ owner greeted me at the door, her new office space has been nicely freshened up which made it a pleasure to come in and to chat about insurance and … Continue reading Welcome Farmers Insurance Agent Sandra Williams to Cascade Rd.!
The CourtWatch Team, was busy last week on behalf of Katherine Hamilton, whom was found to be incompetent of representing herself in court and was sent to the Grady Psychiatric Ward on 10/22. I was told that Katherine has been released from Grady and is back in our community to reoffend, appall and possibly be taken advantage of believe it or not. Any thoughts and comments please share below, also The CBC wants to … Continue reading CourtWatch….SW Atlanta, we will have to work harder to resolve the mental illness challenges that we face in our communities.
The 3G Roundtable gave community stakeholders a chance to discuss and create strategies for our SW ATL community challenges. Hands down education was top on our list, but educating on every level starting with our youth and APS, our young adults and discussing the importance of their vote and how to be participatory in the process and volunteering. We also asked the NPU chairs that attended to invite the teens to their monthly meeting and … Continue reading The Third bi annual 3G Summit was a success and very cool, too!
Let take a minute to break down a very otherwise boring subject. Property taxes. Ugh, math. But property taxes fuel all of our comforts as a city. From potholes to schoolbooks and well-maintained parks, property taxes take care of all of that. But few of us know how they work. Let us take it one step at a time. First, each house is worth something. That’s called the market value. My market value is … Continue reading Taxes 101