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Amanda Seamon March 05, 2014 at 07:10 PM
Oh BOO HOO HOO. This is the apt RIGHT above us that caught fire. They IMMEDIATELY put her inRead Moreanother apt. She only got HERSELF out...didn't warn neighbors AT ALL...didn't pull the fire alarm or try to help anyone. 2 kids from Kroger across the street saw the flames and ran over, banged on every door getting people out and set off the fire alarm. There's 2 sides to EVERY story. She put us ALL in DANGER. Everyone's FURIOUS. She didn't even TRY to use her fire extinguisher. My husband went up there and emptied our extinguisher to calm it down until the fire dept. got here. EXTREMELY TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCE. Our only way out is the balcony and the front door and that's EXACTLY where the fire was. They didn't loose "all their possessions"...give us ALL a break. GET YOUR STORIES STRAIGHT
Amanda Seamon March 05, 2014 at 07:14 PM
Message by Pamela Seamon-BTW- SHE started the fire. I know specifics but cannot discuss them atRead Morethis time
Amanda Seamon March 05, 2014 at 07:33 PM
She didn't *LOSE* her possessions-sorry-still quite frazzled. 2 WONDERFUL families have moved outRead Moreal ready...so....THANKS ALOT
Judy Putnam (Editor) January 26, 2014 at 11:55 AM
What report are you referring to Scott? Most city-related reports are available through the CityRead MoreCle rk's office.
Scott Saban February 09, 2014 at 03:44 PM
Judy, I can't find the article in which this comment was posted. How do I see my posting in theRead Morecont ext of the article for which I posted it?
Lilly Davis December 04, 2013 at 03:05 PM
Sadly, I don't see the apathy changing. I have to work Monday nights and can't be at councilRead Moremeetin gs in person. I have a friend that attends every meeting and takes me through the business of the meetings the next day so I can stay informed. From what I've been told, even with everything that has been going on with our City and City Council, very few people go to attend the city council meetings unless they want something, (e.g. they are fighting development in their immediate area). He tells me they will show up then in droves, pack the council chambers, use hours of meeting time in opposition then pick up their coats and bags and leave the moment the time for their issue has run out. They don't bother to stay and listen to anything else on the agenda, including serious issues that have been the topic of headlines for months and have an impact on the entire city. Unless it's of direct and immediate personal benefit, most people don't appear to care much. Some say it's human nature, others say it's an example of the selfish and self-centered cultural epidemic. I don't know. Either way, I don't see it changing. We need to demand video streaming of council working sessions and council meetings. There are citizens out there that do care but just can't be at the meetings due to work, children, etc. If it was streamed and could be replayed, it would be a positive. Everyone would have the ability to stay informed and involved if they chose to.
RFZZZZZ November 15, 2013 at 12:30 PM
Can't wait to hear this performance. I attended a recital in the sanctuary a couple of Fridays agoRead Morea nd was very impressed with the acoustical properties of the room. Makes for a wonderful musical setting/venue for cultural events in our City of Johns Creek. With this facility, the Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra, the Johns Creek Arts Center, Autry Mill Nature Center, the Dance Center, the three High Schools with their artistic programs.....We have it all "Right Here In River (Chattahoochee) City".
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