Some people cannot tell time. The new chair of the Glynn County Island Planning Commission cannot tell the difference between 2.5 minutes and 5, especially when he does not want to hear from the public in the first place. Continue reading →
Our federal bureaucracy is big on acronyms. Perhaps that is because they started out filing information alphabetically. (Computers use numbers). So, the USACE stands for the United States Army Corps of Engineers, which, for some reason, is tasked with keeping our waterways clear and with supervising environmental cleanup. A RAB, which is being proposed for the former GLYNCO NAVAL AIR STATION, according to a notice in today’s local paper, is a Restoration Advisory Board to provide input on the on-going clean-up in Glynn County. Continue reading →
On the Coast of Georgia, shore protection is a joke. Perhaps the laughter is evidence of embarrassment in this case where local officials are debating whether to apply for a federal grant of dollars to plan for something (sea level rise) they don’t believe in.