By DONNA STILLINGER The Brunswick News
The Floridan aquifer, coastal marsh buffers and Common Core standards were among the top issues discussed at the Brunswick town hall meeting Tuesday.
By MARY STARR The Brunswick News
Members of Glynn County’s state delegation say they will do what they can to protect the Floridan Aquifer, Southeast Georgia’s primary source of drinking water.
Sen. William Ligon, R-St. Simons Island, state Rep. Alex Atwood, R-St. Simons Island, and Rep.-elect Jeff Jones, R-Brunswick, told the Golden Isles Republican Women that the underground water source must be protected.
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Pictured: Rear Admiral Charles A. Richard, Commander of Submarine Group 10, Kings Bay, GA. Korean War Veteran Jack Donald Campbell, a native of southeast Georgia who had a distinguished career of service to his country in the Air Force, and Representative-Elect Jeff Jones.
“I personally have no objection to the incorporation of St. Simons, but my personal opinion is not the issue,” Jones said. “The issue for me is to listen to and then follow the will of the people in our community that will drive whether or not I support such a change. All three members of our local delegation agree that ‘local legislation’ issues must be thoroughly, openly and publicly vetted and discussed by the community.”
Pictured: Former Presidential Candidate Herman Cain, and Representative-Elect Jeff Jones. September 19, 2014
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Congratulate Ga. State Senator William Ligon for attacking waste in Ga. State Gov..Rep Jeff Jones is also joining Sen Ligon and hope that many other legislators around the country will join Sen Ligon and Jeff Jones to attack gov waste at state and federal level.We all know there is great waste in gov at all levels that need to be attacked.Wake up taxpayers.
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At a Chamber of Commerce press conference today a representative from Walmart announced that Sam's Wholesale is coming to Brunswick and will be open by the end of 2015 bringing over 140 full time jobs. Great news for Glynn County!