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Ellis Crook receives business award

Business owner Ellis Crook, joined by his son Gregg, holds an Award of Excellence for Beautifying Senoia presented by Mayor Robert Belisle (center) at the May 3 City Council meeting for exterior work done at his downtown tire center.

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positivelysouthernbelle's picture

Considering it was the younger Crook that started our judge fiasco by not complying with required discovery of income, it is in very poor taste for The Citizen to post his smug face on here.

http://www.thecitizen.com/articles/04-23-2010/judge%E2%80%99s-sex-talk-s...

positivelysouthernbelle's picture

pun intended~

That will be the name of the prequel in this sad saga.

Mercy, I hope they don't film it at Riverwood Studio in Senoia.

It would be like what "The Garden Of Good and Evil" was to Savannah. Or "Peyton Place" was to Gilmanton, N.H.

Enough already!

carbonunit52's picture

The Crooks did a fine job with the look of their new tire center.

positivelysouthernbelle's picture

this is neither

yes it is nice they fixed up the tire center but anything would have been an improvement. They should have citations for keeping a building filthy. What's up with the long male fingernails?

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