Well...I've thought about this post for a few days, and against better judgement - I've decided to go all in, you know, w/ the REAL edition, if you please.
I've come to the conclusion that a fairly certain & significant percentage of the home city's population is - "ignorant...pathetic..."
You don't want to be on that list, I assure you.
I'm tempted to just leave it a that, but...I won't.
So, the cancer situation. Here's what I posted on the book of faces the other day:
I've had several of you reach out to me recently about the current state of things pertaining to the big news that we've all just recently received.
Maybe the following will give you an idea of where I'm at:
I've got a file on cancers & cancer deaths in Settler's Grove (The Grove) that I've been working on for several years. The number of cancers in there over the years, as well as recently, is absolutely mind blowing.
Question - what is the prevailing direction of the winds here in this particular portion of Georgia Piedmont?
This story is very much DEVELOPING...
The Piedmont Chronicles
P.S. If you live anywhere in Covington, and/or if you've ever worked at Bard, and have any issues whatsoever - reach out to us. We want to hear from you.
P.P.S. The last paragraph in this so-called...release. Wow...
P.P.P.S. The Covington News' article title that's above the fold in this weekend's edition! My word. Again, it's like they're not even trying anymore...
Also, I've spoken with multiple other persons, those who've worked at Bard, and other folks living in & around their location; and, with any luck, I'll be compiling some public records very soon.
So, as a personal aside, I sent out a press release the other day about my 4-point Plan for Covington. Please see below:
Marshall B. McCart's 4-point Plan for Covington
- Decriminalize marijuana up to an ounce.
- Do away with all zoning ordinances & regulations. Like, literally, all of them...
- Tell MEAG to go pound sand. We're out. Sue us if you want...
- Not unlike Ronald Reagan's Grace Commission of 1981, set up a volunteer committee comprised of multiple Covingtonians (including at least one CPA and a couple of business owners) to find at least a 10% cut to the size, scope & taxing level of the current level of government.
Yeah, I know. It's a winner. Am I still running for council or mayor? Good question.
I think I'll just leave it at that for the moment. More to come soon.
Thanks for reading,
- MB McCart