25 March 2015

Possible Murky Title in re the Landfill situation?

The Piedmont Chronicles 

~ est. 2010 ~

[State of GA]
[Newton Co.]

(Covington, GA - 25 March 2015) If a certain Citizens' Advocate (and a no-nonsense, get-it-done marvelous lady to boot) were to visit the Records Room of Newton Co. with a certain Neighborhood Activist and possibly a Citizen Journalist (who may or may not have been in the real estate game and can work the RR as good as a lot of lawyers), were to really get after it and start workin' them Deed Books and them Grantor and Grantee indexes, there's a whole lot of stuff you can find.

Copies have been made and forwarded to the Covington News. If a mistake was made, and sometimes when you try to get cute and creative - errors and emissions are bound to arise, then that can create major title issues. Many times these things take years, if not decades to get fixed. It is this Editor's understanding that the current function of said land could continue, but it only in that capacity. But that methane gas, y'all. It could be one of the saviors of our county's floundering financial situation. Why the hell would we give it up?

Hey. It could be nothing; it could be everything.