Zaxby's is missing a big time opportunity by not adding outdoor seating to their new store across from Publix at Wilshire. With that said, they are going to thrive there. I suggest the city put up no golf cart crossing signs at that back entrance to Publix on 74 going over to Zaxbys. At least till this crossing on Rockaway gets finished.
Bank of Ga., SPLOST, and Ginga all in one sentence. Ginga, I found your blog from 5 years ago. I read it and get it. Everyone who lives in this county should read it. Well, read it even though to most much could be considered "old" news. What goes around comes around. </p>
The best way to have respect for ALL religions in an increasingly diverse society of Christians, Buddhists, Muslims, Hindus Jains, and a rapidly increasing number of atheists, agnostics and humanists, is to maintain the right of everyone to their own beliefs with no coersion whatsoever...and that means keeping the public square, including government and schools, free of any sectarian practice or bias.
The US was founded at a time when the countries of Europe had spent many years in fruitless and bloody warfare over religion Catholic vs. Protestant, Protestant vs. Protestant, and heretic vs. orthodox. The more visionary of the founders rightfully saw that a nation that was officially neutral while guaranteeing freedom to all would be far stronger and fairer.
Today we are a far more religiously diverse nation than at the time of the drafting of our Constitution.
Maintaining seperation of church and state is more vital than ever to our well being and social harmony.
YOUR WORDS ODDO "
"when we lack respect for the truth, we shouldn’t expect more than we’ve been treated to this past week."
So tell US Mr Chairman, EXACTLY How much pressure did it take form Pace to get you in a backroom deal to talk settlement? did he say Please? or was it an order ? WAS there an Attorney there? (if not then there is NO Attorney Client Privilege) So YES How about some TRUTH
This clearly defines executive session. It did not however clarify 1. If the chair is in fact communicating with all commissioners outside of executive session. 2. Whether or not a special called meeting was attempted to keep certain commissioners away or 3. After years of agreeing with the suit the county is considering a settlement and why.
That is indeed a question A good question. If in fact he hid the acorns he got from the tainted tree or lost them, then he would have 2 crimes on his rap sheet. But, let's be generous here and say he had no idea that his development would go bad or perhaps it didn't go bad. Then he is still guilty of malfeaseance as a bank director if the asset ratio was improper.
So, one crime or two the Feds will pursue. Not sure how the overseas money can be seized, but I do know they can be very aggressive. Probably more aggressive than the bank directors could ever imagine. Even declaring bankruptcy and hiding behind property and bank accounts that are in your wife's name doesn't work. In that case they monitor your spending and continually question your friends, neighbors and relatives. Bad times ahead for the high flyers.
Saw a cartoon that shows a gang planning a bank robbery. Underneath is this caption:
“Louie, you apply for a loan while Rocco heads in through this door and files for bankruptcy.”
So which one of the above is Louie and who is Rocco?
2007 to 2015 losses.....here is the chart...Georgia comes in at #2. </p>
what a mess these links are..
Mud in your Developer A scenario, the question would be where those loan proceeds went. Developer A knows what is going on with that asset/debt ratio. Surely with the help of some crooked CPA he could tuck that money away. The question then is how far would the FDIC go to find that money. Overseas or not? Then what?
<p>Jail and fines. Wonder how many have been jailed or fined in Georgia since 2007 for a bank failure. Anyone know? I counted about 88 bank failures since 2007 in Georgia on this FDIC list.</p>
Rick Lindsey warming up in the bullpen. Current owner not happy? Gee I guess not. Doubt anyone is happy about this at all. Only question is will Lindsey make the first move or will the City take my proactive solution and save us (the taxpayers) some money.
Yes pooler, but you off point The point of this whole thing is not about developers and builders who protected their assets by various means, instead this is about the people who loaned them money. Has nothing to do with the developers or the property - it has to do with how much in assets did the bank have in reserve to cover a loan they made at the time they made that loan. They either had sufficient assets to cover or didn't. If yes, no problem. If no, real problem. Of course with a $23million shortfall you have to believe there may be a problem. Duh!
Each loan will be scrutinized and the dates on loan approva vs. the dates on bank solvency (the 2 or 3 times assets vs. loans made) can also be pegged to the same dates as the loan was made. Fleeing Directors are not able to flee the paper trail of the calendar.
For example, if Director C and Director D resigned from the Board in February 2008, but they were on the Board and possibly the loan committee in December 2006 (right before the memorable Christmas party where the white flakey things may not have been snow) voted to loan $3million to Developer A (who also happens to be a Board member) and Developer A did not pay his loan back and the Board decided to write it down, forgive it or ignore it - again without reviewing what they had in assets, they got a big problem, a very big problem. Criminal and civil. Jail and money.
Maybe arrogance played a role. Could you imagine any of these fine citizens saying "Don't care about the asset ratio, we need to make this loan to our good friend her. Besides, he is one of us on the Board" Can you imagine that? I can.
Own Nothing - Manage Everything! Maintain trust. . . . . . . I can assure you those with major real assets live by this; their Golden Rule. .. . . . placing all in trust. This is what the average man should aspire to as well. (Pure Trust, Common Law Trust, Irrevocable Pure Common Law Business Trust, etc.)
Not surprsing...current property owner is not happy. That is my guess anyways.
I missed the ONLY emphasis. Guess its the definition of "doing your job".
Keller Williams signs on Robinson are gone.
brewster YES I did
1/3 Don't do their Job
1/3 ONLY do their Job
1/3 Excel in their Job
I just find it amusing that those in Government get all excited about themselves and get awards for
Doing their Job, At the level of compensation Government employees are at THAT is plenty of "award" for being a "C" employee
Mediocre, my good fellow? Did you just say that doing your job is the definition of mediocre?
More Awards for DOING YOUR JOB,,, Congrats for Being mediocre
Yeah,, but not as a resident It's VERY important to take not so brites serious, Especially when even more not so brites put them in Power. Ya know like these "Gun Free Zones" a Not So Brite came up with this INSANE idea and just look at the Free Fire Zones aftermath,,so YES ,,ya have to pay attention to these NSB's
Personally, I never took anything he said serious. Did anyone?
show me the beef
I'd rather have a Burger King than a second chicken palace. Maybe they could start selling knock off whoppers now that they have crossed the cow line at the Luau.
No, he meant on all roads maintained by the city. Certainly the city has more limitations on 54 & 74.
Failure to report gunslinger? Seems like everyone involved who didn't want to press charges could be held liable if this dude goes out and kills someone. In today's society, looking the other way is not too popular. Thought we all supposed to be in other peoples business because they don't know no better.
Yes stooge the county attorney sued the County Sheriff. If you don't know anything about it you should shut up about it.