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Chatham Area Transit to offer express shuttle to airport

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Beginning Oct. 7, Chatham Area Transit riders will be able to catch a CAT to the airport.
Source: Savannah Morning News

Maj. Gen. H.R. McMaster speaks about Vietnam War failures during Columbus lecture
As an Army major, McMaster published “Dereliction of Duty: Lyndon Johnson, Robert McNamara, The Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the Lies that Led to Vietnam.”
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Worth County Commission to seek loan to pay employees
According to the county, the budget has a need for $350,000 but only $40,000 is available to pay out.
Source: WALB-TV

Alpharetta City Council approves expansion of mosque
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Macon-Bibb officials to hear proposal on possibility of funding baseball study
Mayor Robert Reichert and officials from the Macon-Bibb County Urban Development Authority will hear an informal presentation Wednesday night to gauge the authority’s interest in funding a feasibility study to explore what it would take to bring minor league baseball back to Macon.
Source: Macon Telegraph

Advance voting in Bibb County to begin October 5
Source: Macon Telegraph

Nationally renowned author Sena Jeter Naslund to speak in Macon
Historic Macon is hosting the presentation at the High Street Unitarian Universalist Church.
Source: Macon Telegraph

Mayor of Johns Creek disputes ethics violation charge
Johns Creek Mayor Michael E. Bodker said personal phone records and rental agreements show he committed no ethics violations, but he said he will not hand those documents over to the City Council because he believes that would violate his privacy.
Source: WSB-TV

Special election to be held for St. Marys Commissioner Greg Bird’s seat
The special election will be held November 5.
Source: Georgia Times-Union

Habersham residents react to possible annexation by Cornelia
While a number of county residents have expressed to city leaders an interest in being inside the city limits to receive services – especially fire protection – many others spoke Tuesday night in opposition or posed questions to city leaders.

Gwinnett County Commissioners approve controversial rezoning
Undeveloped land in Lawrenceville has been rezoned for housing — more than 300 homes can be built on the 130-acre tract.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Gwinnett County graduate releases Braves video
Providence Christian graduate Aaron Chewning, 24, has released a parody of Robin Thicke’s hit, “Blurred Lines,” called “Baselines,” celebrating the Atlanta Braves.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Albany Fire Department Inspector Daniel Harden killed in motorcycle accident
A Chevrolet Tahoe crashed into Harden’s motorcycle at the main entrance to Lee State Prison on Tuesday morning.
Source: Albany Herald

Albany’s Flint RiverQuarium gets funding from area business leaders
$320,000 in cash has been pledged by business leaders in Dougherty and Lee counties for this year and next fiscal year, which “moves us out of the survival mode from day to day,” said Tommy Gregors, COO for Flint RiverQuarium.
Source: Albany Herald

Camden County Police add K-9 officer
Dasko, a Belgian Malinois, joined the force last week after his handler, Sgt. Kevin Barber, went to Ohio to choose the highly trained dog from among three candidates.
Source: Brunswick News

Clayton County Humane Society in need of donations for annual fundraiser
Source: Clayton News Daily

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