Hosts of the "Georgia Southern Extra" podcast Travis Jaudon and Greg Talbot debate what university has the ugliest field ahead of Southern's match-up with Eastern Michigan and their grey turf home field.
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On the Tuesday episode of The Commute, Savannah Morning News Editorial Page Editor Adam Van Brimmer is joined by Do Savannah arts and entertainment writer Joshua Peacock and online content producer Zach Dennis to discuss their recent multimedia project looking at the past, present and future of Savannah's Starland District.
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On the Tuesday episode of The Commute, Savannah Morning News Editorial Page Editor Adam Van Brimmer is joined by business reporter Katie Nussbaum to discuss shopping locally for the holidays this year.
Then, an op-ed preview of tomorrow's editorial on safe driving in school zones.
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Savannah Alderman Van Johnson discusses the need for funding for a new Hudson Hill community center and the possibility of combining the project with a a new Grant Center recreational facility, an idea suggested by City Manager Rob Hernandez on Tuesday.
Lorenzo McDonald talks about his reasons for helping to organize a group of residents who called for the resignation of the Chatham County Board of Elections chairman and supervisor during the board's first meeting since the Nov. 6 election.
City Manager Rob Hernandez discusses the proposed 2019 budget's impact on what he describes as a "structural imbalance" between revenue and expenses, in addition to consideration of potential new funding models to help pay for projects and services moving forward.
EmployAbility Executive Director Ken Boyd discusses his organizations mission to train and employ individuals with developmental disabilities and his attempt to get new lease terms from the Chatham County Recreation Authority.
Code Compliance Director Kevin Milton discusses the “blight tax”, which increases property taxes on dilapidated and unsafe properties, after the number of targeted properties more than doubled this year following the program’s implementation in 2017.
Luciana Spracher, Savannah’s Research Library and Municipal Archives director, discusses the historical significance of Savannah City Hall and a recent conditions assessment proposing $2.8 million in restoration work.
Listen: Chatham County Commission Chairman Al Scott discusses why he supported a $7.5 million design contract for the new trial court building, despite concerns by two commissioners that the contract was not put out to bid.