Hannah Blog

December 21, 2014


Filed under: Good morning,hannah news — hannah @ 8:29 am


December 14, 2014

Into the woods with James

Filed under: hannah news,James Holland Photography — hannah @ 3:21 am

Mississippi Tupelo Gum & GPS Coordinates Combo
A birthday trip.


December 12, 2014

Coastal Marshlands Protection Act hearing on Cannons Point, et alia

Filed under: hannah news,James Holland Photography — hannah @ 8:12 pm

The staff rationalization for restricting public input to three minutes per speaker is their reluctance to unnecessarily tax the volunteers on the committee. That they started twenty minutes late becasue somebody couldn’t arrive on time did not count. I wonder what it is about public service that our public servants do not understand.

December 10, 2014


Filed under: another perspective,hannah news — hannah @ 7:17 am

I haven’t had time to write anything for the blog this morning ’cause I got distracted by a whole slew of stuff on Like the Dew. You should check it out. Hannah did leave a couple of comments, with which you can disagree, if you like. :)

December 8, 2014

Re: Mariners Landing

Filed under: Down the drain,hannah news — hannah @ 7:08 am

Making a record.


December 7, 2014

Puddy made coffee!

Filed under: hannah news — hannah @ 6:59 am

‘Nuf said.

November 25, 2014

Three Parks and a Double Standard

Filed under: another perspective,hannah news — hannah @ 8:19 pm

November 24, 2014

Fifty Years of Taxation in Durham

Filed under: hannah news — hannah @ 6:51 am

As published in Foster’s Daily Democrat, which is not a democratic rag.

Monday, November 24, 2014

Having owned property and paid taxes in Durham longer than any of my colleagues on the Town Council, I believe I am entitled to compare our proposed 2015 budget to the first Durham budget and tax bill I encountered.

November 23, 2014

“Reserve at Demere,” redux

James Holland went along on an official inspection with the County Engineer. Not surprisingly, he had some concerns and put them in writing.

As an aside, some people seem impressed with the historical significance of their names. So, a Joshua might want to assault some walls and a Paul might be susceptible to visions on the road. The County Engineer is, apparently, not one of those.

November 22, 2014

St. Simons Incorporation Introduction

Filed under: Economy,hannah news — hannah @ 1:31 am


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