Glynn County’s effort to give the land to the Sea Island Company violated the provisions of the original deed granting the park to the people of Glynn County. So, ruled the Superior Court. Now it is just a matter of having the flawed transfer removed from the public records and the park listed as a County asset.
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Royalists do not understand. The law is mostly addressed to public servants; not the people who hire them.
There! By using post-dating, the 28th won’t be missed.
Should note it is an important date in that son #1 officially returned to the single state.
When our royalist friends cross over, they have to surrender their aspirations to greatness and admit having been wrong.
Democrats just have to figure someone else has a better idea.
The preconceived notion makes all the difference.