Danny...tell everyone that you love who lives between Georgia Baptist Children's Home and the Upson County line to keep their doors locked. There is nothing so sweet as feeling safe in your own neighborhood.
I really wish one of the ex commissioners who approved Teen Challenge would email me and explain the justification to me. I just want to know: Since they pay zero taxes, why are Pike taxpayers obligated to pay for their tax paid benefits? Example...support from the sheriff's department.
I am sure it was not Wal-Mart in Thomaston. That is where the teens were taken to beg money when they first migrated to the mountain. That poor FAG in Griffin......we should take up a love offering for them.
I bet it was in one of those little brown bags like the "ghosts of commissioners past" found when they approved Teen Challenge.
Another amazing fact:
The Pike County commission voted 3-1 January 27, 2009 to approve a special zoning exception to allow Teen Challenge to operate a boarding facility, school and ministry for troubled teenage boys here.
FAG was given the land and gave it to Florida three years before the two worthless commissioners of 2009 (not Tommy) voted for a special exemption to let the crooks in.
They had faith in the future, didn't they? Especially after being rejected on their first deal.
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