Pike County commissioners voted to combine the magistrate and probate courts by a 3-2 vote at the Feb. 22 meeting after they were presented with information detailing 23 counties in Georgia with combined courts. The combination is projected to save Pike around $70,000 a year and must be approved by a resolution from the Georgia legislature.
Little Sister and I worked on this combination for a long time. We worked the phones, church and resturant. Peoples are listening to us as a team. We are going to do the same with SPLOST. It will pass or be on the ballot again.
VOTE YES SPLOST! Little Sister and I have already voted.
Do you and Little Sister think for a moment you are always correct? Why don't you two go back to baking biscuits, firehouse cornbread and duck feeding, something you call yourself experts at. Just say no to the SPLOST, why vote a new tax on yourself???????
John C. Morrison and his assistant Trisha Splost just announced on their high tech polecat the PJR is not doing it's job by updating their blog page. Are they really Big Brother and Little Sister? Keep it in the family.
Don't care what you say! Lynn is my cousin, he will get a $18,000 raise, the amount ya'll took away from the professioanl fire chief. Pike has lost no funds but gained a good magistrate probate judge. GO LYNN 1.
Judge Brandenberg has my respect and admiration. He possess a degree of common sense and discretion that is sadly lacking amongst most of this county's constitutional officers. He performs his duties as a public servant not as a politician. Godspeed Lynn.
JC and his site are a clear and present danger to our county. He and his assistant can toss all the crap they want to. Our comissioner has been in office 2 and 1/2 months, she is JC and Trisha's commissioner and they can't stand it. There is an old saying in Chicago, Tonight he sleeps with the fishes. Theres no Bass in that lake.
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