50th Anniversary of the AJC Peachtree Road Race
Hundreds attend Smyrna-area meeting on toxic air
By Jon Gargis firstname.lastname@example.org
Despite boasting earlier in the evening that his company's Smyrna-area facility falls well below the federal limit for emissions of a cancer-causing chemical, the president of Sterigenics admitted Tuesday that wasn't the case less than five years ago.
"If you go by the regulatory standard, 99% of what we handle would be an air permit to emit 4,000 pounds, and we emitted 200 last year," said Phil Macnabb , speaking to a packed crowd in Campbell Middle School's theater, in reference to his company's use of ethylene oxide to sterilize medical equipment. The chemical is also known as EO or EtO.
But Macnabb said there had been "a period in 2015" when additional technologies were put in place to bring the annual ethylene oxide emission output down to about 200 each year from about 3,000 pounds annually - about 15 times greater - with the 3,000-pound annual output spanning back "for a number of years."
Smyrna Mayor Max Bacon announces political intentions
SMYRNA - Max Bacon, who has served as Smyrna's mayor for 34 years, will not seek another term - that's the bombshell news with which Bacon ended what will be his final annual State of the City address.
"Sometimes it's just got to come to an end, and when to pick that time is tough, but I'm good - I'm good with it," Bacon said through tears at the close of his address. "(This choice) is for myself and the folks of Smyrna. I want them to have the best, the best leadership. ... I'm OK with it."
Qualifying for the Nov. 5 election begins Aug. 20 and ends Aug. 22.
Lt. Governor Duncan Announces Members of Study Committee
The Senate Study Committee on Revising Voting Rights for Nonviolent Felons will be chaired by Sen. Randy Robertson (R - Columbus). The Senate members appointed to serve on this committee are:
Sen. Mike Dugan (R - Carrollton)
Sen. Burt Jones (R - Jackson)
Sen. Harold Jones II (D - Augusta)
Sen. Michael "Doc"Rhett (D - Marietta)
The study committee was established pursuant to SR 442, SR 479, and SR 153 which the Senate adopted during the 2019 legislative session.
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Share your input on how parks around county should be developed
Cobb County PARKS' staff is hosting a second round of public input meetings to discuss the future of new park properties purchased through the 2008 PARKS Bond program. Although there is currently no funding for the development of these properties, your input will play a vital role in the planning for future development once such funding is identified. The five remaining meetings will be held:
Last chance to RSVP for community forum on public safety
Leaders and staff from all institutions of faith and residents are encouraged to attend the sixth Faith and Community Forum on Monday Aug. 12. If you plan to attend, please RSVP by Friday, Aug. 9, to Tammy Teal at email@example.com.
This will be an opportunity to converse directly with the Public Safety Director Michael Register, Police Chief Tim Cox and Fire Chief Randy Crider. The event will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Cobb County Public Safety Training Service, 2109 Valor Drive, Marietta. These forums have the goals of developing result-oriented relationships with institutions of faith, fostering candid discussions and partnering to find solutions for community issues and needs. There will be a public safety question-and-answer session during the forum.
Thursday, August 8 @ 6:30-8pm
Come Plan Your Park!
Cobb County PARKS' staff is hosting a second meeting to discuss the future of the new park property on Henderson Road and Veterans Memorial Highway near Publix. The meeting will be held at the South Cobb Community Center, 620 Lions Club Dr. Although funding isn't available now, we need a good plan on which to advocate for those dollars. Plan now to attend!
Aug 13 - Shaun Myers, Economic Development City of Powder Springs, 2020 Census Awareness
Aug 27 - Malikah Coardes, Floyd Middle School, Builder's Club Advisor
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