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Spotted in Georgia, October 2013

03/06/14

Spotted in Georgia, October 2013

Little White Church spotted in Duluth, Georgia during the Walk for PKD around the square in Historic Duluth. Photo by Liz Henry

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Georgia Municipal Association 2014 Mayor's Day Conference

03/04/14

Georgia Municipal Association 2014 Mayor's Day Conference

In January, the Georgia Municipal Association hosted the 2014 Mayor's Day Conference in Atlanta. Keynote was Presentor Dr. James Johnson Jr. Director, Urban Investment Strategies Center, Frank Hawkins Kenan Insititute for Private Enterprise; William R. Kenan Jr. Distinguished Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and is a demographics expert. Among the trends he discussed were the vanishing of men from the white collar workplace, the shortage in service industry employees needed to match the growing senior population, and the deficit of social services matching the needs of the working class. It was an eye opener. Georgia Trend Publisher Ben Young also spoke at the event, discussing Georgia Trend's February Hub Cities article....

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Longtime Georgia Trend Journalist Dies

02/28/14

Longtime Georgia Trend Journalist Dies

Fare thee well, Ed Lightsey - a great man who led life to the fullest and wrote wonderful pieces for Georgia Trend for nearly 20 years.

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The Institute for Georgia Environmental Leadership 2014 Summit

02/25/14

The Institute for Georgia Environmental Leadership 2014 Summit

The Institute for Georgia Environmental Leadership held their 2014 Summit, New Ideas and Old Friends, at Cox Enterprises in Dunwoody last month. Each year some 30 Georgians are selected to attend monthly weekends at different parts of the state examining sustainability issues across Georgia's diverse geographic and economic spectrum. Judy Adler from the Turner Foundation announced the creation of the Barbara Gallo Scholarship, created in honor of the late IGEL leader to strengthen IGEL's recruitment ability to include those who may not otherwise be able to afford it, and an interactive session looked at both sides of the Savannah Harbor deepening, with both the Georgia Ports Authority and Southern Environmental Law Center moderating - two divergent views to say the least....

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Stay Connected to Georgia Trend

02/20/14

Stay Connected to Georgia Trend

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