When people think about adopting a dog, they usually look for the young, energetic, fun, happy dog. Hardly anybody would consider taking a 14-year old girl home.
So Jade here needs a MIRACLE! She had a home but judging by her rough fur and patches of no hair, she was not spoiled. But to make matters worse, her owner decided to turn her into the shelter. Can you imagine what has to go through that dogs mind? Jade is absolutely wonderful! She is patient and quiet but loves to go outside to use the bathroom. She enjoys sitting in the sun and watching her surroundings. Jade does not need much more than a bed, food and somebody to love.
Right now, a 14-year old female mixed breed dog is snoring softly at my feet. There’s nothing in this world better than the love of an old dog. Her fur will heal with love, veterinary care, good food, and a warm place to sleep, and you’ll be her best friend until her last day.
He is very sweet and loving but confused as to where he is. He knows sit and stay and walks well on a leash. Chopper is a 2 year old, 34 pound Lab-Basset Hound, or Bassador. Chopper was surrendered to the shelter by his owner on March 1st and is currently available for adoption. His former owner reported that he is good with kids and house trained. Chopper is up to date with shots and already neutered. He will be heartworm tested and micro-chipped upon adoption. Chopper is at the Cobb County Animal Shelter, where he waits for you in cage 202 and his ID is 563917.
HB 740 Game and fish; full-time military personnel on active duty and dependents be considered residents of state for procuring certain hunting and fishing licenses; provide (As Passed House) (NR&E-30th) Tanner-9th
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from TWO U.S. Senate Candidates: Congressman Jack Kingston and Congressman Phil Gingrey And as always, enjoy a great breakfast and meet various other candidates and elected officials PLEASE Register online at: http://www.fultongop.org/view/northfultonbreakfast.aspx
Sen. Steve Gooch to Host Ellijay Town Hall Meeting on Saturday ATLANTA (March 6, 2014) – Sen. Steve Gooch (R – Dahlonega) will hold a town hall meeting to answer questions about legislative efforts at the Georgia State Capitol in 2014. During the 2014 legislative session, Sen. Gooch will travel through District 51 to meet with constituents and discuss common questions and concerns, both locally and at the state level. Additional meeting times and dates will be set in the weeks…
Training Day! This Saturday is an opportunity to learn how to effectively communicate our message of freedom and opportunity. And why do we want to effectively communicate? So, we can win 51 seats in the US Senate, win state races, and make a difference!
David Perdue – U.S. Senate Join #TeamPerdue on Saturday in Middle Georgia! Grand Opening of our Middle Georgia Campaign Office If you have any questions or want to join us please call our office at (678) 248-6444.
GEORGIA REPUBLICANS TO HOST US SENATE DEBATE IN MACON WHAT: The Georgia Republican Party, in conjunction with local GOP organizations, will host their fourth U.S. Senate candidate debate in Macon at the Anderson Conference Center. WHO: Candidates vying to fill the seat of retiring United States Senator Saxby Chambliss will participate in a structured debate.
CONTACT: Adam Pipkin, Executive Director of the Georgia Republican Party, 404.257.5559cor [email protected]
The Senior Network and Central DeKalb GOP Women will host candidates: Nancy Jester for State School Superintendent Brian Kemp for Secretary of State David Pennington for Governor Refreshments are provided and all are invited.
Carter plays politics, votes against Georgia jobs and classrooms
State Senator Jason Carter today voted against the FY15 budget, which contains millions of dollars of funding for deepening the Port of Savannah, safeguarding Georgia’s water supply, and protecting our state’s most vulnerable children. It also includes $8 billion in education investments. The budget passed the Senate in a 51-4 vote.
“This marks the first time that Senator Carter has ever voted against Gov. Deal’s budget, which includes funding priorities like education, strengthening the rainy day fund, and implementing criminal justice reforms,” said Deal campaign spokesperson Jen Talaber. Continue reading →
Georgia Delegation Urges Obama Administration to Support Savannah Harbor Expansion Project
Today, all 16 members of the Georgia congressional delegation sent a letter to Sylvia Burwell, director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), expressing disappointment in OMB for its failure to support for the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project (SHEP.) Earlier this week, the Obama administration released its FY 2015 budget, and again failed to provide construction funding for the Savannah Harbor deepening.
SHEP is the state’s number one economic development project, and has bipartisan support from Georgia’s local, state and federal leaders. The president previously included SHEP in his 2012 “We Can’t Wait” initiative, in which he specifically pledged to expedite SHEP and four other port projects. Just seven months ago, Vice President Biden visited the port in Savannah and said the project would be expedited and built “come hell or high water.” Continue reading →
Deal: Federal disaster declaration granted for 39 counties
Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that President Obama approved his request for a major disaster declaration for 39 counties that sustained damage the Feb. 10-14 winter storm. The declaration allows for the federal government to reimburse 75 percent of eligible expenditures and damage costs. Continue reading →
On Tuesday, March 4, the U.S. House of Representatives passed HR 3370, the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act, to provide relief to homeowners and businesses in flood-prone areas who have seen a sharp hike in their insurance premiums as the result of a 2012 law. Georgia Representatives John Barrow, Sanford Bishop, Hank Johnson, Jack Kingston, John Lewis, David Scott, and Rob Woodall voted in support of the bill which now awaits action in the Senate.
“We appreciate the House action this week to address some of the unintended consequences of the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012,” said Georgia Chamber of Commerce President Chris Clark. Continue reading →