Ridealong reveals code enforcement tactics
by Christine Fonville
April 15, 2014 03:04 PM | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend
When it comes to handling suburban squabbles — neighbors complaining about each other’s properties, an old house becoming an eyesore, evictions and trash-dumping — Henry County code enforcement officers Barbara Dribnak and Hope King have seen it all. Recently, the Neighbor caught up with these officers and rode along to see and experience exactly what a typical day was like for those keeping the county clean. And, as we soon learned, it turned out to be a very dirty job. The first c...
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Elected officials and college degrees
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Do you think it is important for elected officials to have college degrees?