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A guest column from Angelika Kausche, State Representative for Georgia’s House District 50.

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It was usually a Saturday morning when mom would fire up her 1979 Pontiac Safari station wagon, trimmed with woodgrain paneling on the sides and tailgate, and ferry a prepubescent me to the Sunbeam Bread Factory Outlet in Hickory, North Carolina. 

Every day we see their faces in news stories on TV or in images on social media. We laud them for their bravery. Politicians argue over where they should go and who they should help. They are the physicians on the frontlines of a crisis.

Whether it’s a natural disaster, a criminal incident such as a mass shooting or fraud, or even a global pandemic, every business — no matter the size — will at some point experience an event which could have a substantial impact on its survival. 

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Boomers are not the generation who dumped tea into Boston Harbor, but they are the children of a whole nation of parents who grew victory gardens, rationed gas and felt fully a part of the average citizen’s effort to avert totalitarianism during World War II. A different, unimaginable danger…

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2019 was a great year in Forsyth County, with many significant announcements and events that improved the quality of life for our citizens and our employees. In addition to many road improvement and pedestrian projects across the county, the addition of a new Health and Wellness Center aimed…

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2019 was another wonderfully busy year in the City of Cumming, and we are looking forward to even more great things in 2020.

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Each new year provides us with an opportunity to reflect upon our achievements and plan for success in the coming year. The new decade is upon us, and 2020 will be an exciting year for the City of Milton as we continue to deliver on our promises and improve the quality of life for our citizens.

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This is our championship moment. Similar to any championship team, our ascent was born out of careful, intense preparation. We are on the brink of what is sure to be an exceptional, new decade.

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Once again, it is time to reflect on the past year and look ahead to welcome 2020 and a new decade.

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The year 2019 has been a great year for Fulton County Schools, and particularly for the amazing students, teachers and community in North Fulton. It is an honor to represent District 5 where I remain focused on providing opportunities for all kids to succeed in their chosen pathways.