Blog Posts - Cherokee County

Cobb Community Transit

Operation The CCT began operations in July 1989, and has had relatively robust ridership (three,793,253 complete passengers in 2005) because then. The hub is along South Marietta Parkway in Marietta, just west of Southern Polytechnic State University...
by Home and Garden Online on Jan 21, 2011

Familiarity has a value.

Tonight is a post authored by our own, Jeremy Abernathy.Recently, I made the trek northwest to Cherokee County Superior Court.  Our firm had several cases on the Court’s calendar.  At 9:17 a.m., the Judge called the uncontested cases firs...

Wow! There's a Damn Dam!

I was headed to the post office the other day down a very curvy and hilly road, and suddenly I noticed it……..a dam. Didn’t even know it existed. I had to stop and snap some pictures. Now….in my defense I haven’t exactly been living in Canto...
by Georgia on My Mind on Sep 28, 2010

A Lone Grave

We’ve become very accustomed to seeing macabre crosses and wreaths on the side of the road marking some terrible tragedy, but an actual lone grave on the side of the road begs some explanation even though hundreds of people pass it each day with na...
by Georgia on My Mind on Sep 11, 2010

Support for the ‘Deficit Democrats’ is Erroding

On the surface, McDaniel’s election may not seem significant. But a Republican win in a heavily Democratic district in South Carolina is symptomatic of eroding support for Obama and Democrats.
by The Bull Speaks! on Dec 30, 2009

Cherokee Schools Report 99.8% of Teachers as “Highly Qualified.”

As of the beginning of the 2009-10 school year, the Cherokee County School District reports that over 99.8% of its teachers, in all subject areas and at all grade levels, are considered “highly qualified” Related posts:Auto Industry Execs can F...
by Atlanta Real Estate on Oct 15, 2009

Is He a Dunkin, a Carribou, or a Starbucks kind of Agent?

As I ordered my Medium Coffee of the Day, the idea of comparing Real Estate Agents to Coffee Houses came to me. What type of Real Estate agent do you have? No related posts.
by Atlanta Real Estate on Oct 13, 2009

Negotiating in Today’s Real Estate Market (or any other for that matter)

Here are some thoughts about negotiation that I think most buyers, and some agents, have forgotten. The only way to a successful sale is through a negotiation. As with many big purchases, the act of negotiating is truly the only way that a sale will...
by Atlanta Real Estate on Feb 16, 2009

North Georgia Lakes at Record Lows

Although it doesn’t make the headlines on the local news anymore, the election and economy have taken front stage, we still have a serious water problem in North Metro Atlanta.  Drought conditions continue to grow harsher across north Georgia.
by Atlanta Real Estate on Nov 25, 2008

Auto Industry Execs can Fly Private Jets to Cherokee County

Since FAA funded the Cherokee County Airport expansion ahead of schedule, we now have enough runway length (4,100') to land private jets. It would have been a better PR move for the Auto Executives to fly into our newly paved runway in Ball Ground,.
by Atlanta Real Estate on Nov 21, 2008

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