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Turkey’s president threatens to flood Europe with refugees Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened to allow millions of refugees into Europe if it described Turkey’s military offensive in northeast Syria as an “occupation.” Erdogan told the European Union to “come to your senses” during a speech in the capital Ankara on Thursday. “I will say this once again. If you try to label our current operation as an occupation, our job becomes easier, we will open the doors and send the 3.6 million refugees to you.” Concern is mounting over the humanitarian impact of Turkey’s operation to push Kurdish-led forces in northern Syria back from its border. The Syrian Democratic Forces who operate in the region were key U.S. allies in the fight against ISIS, but Turkey regards them as enemies. Turkey wants to ensure that the Kurds withdraw from these areas, and to resettle around 2 million Syrian refugees there. The operation has sparked a political firestorm in the United States after President Donald Trump pulled U.S. troops back from the area ahead of the Turkish offensive.

WORLD & NATION 2 men connected to Giuliani charged with funneling foreign money into US election By Erica Orden, Evan Perez, Michael Warren and David Shortell

Drew Barrymore is getting her own daytime talk show Drew Barrymore is joining daytime TV. Beginning next fall, the actress, producer and entrepreneur will host her own syndicated daytime talk show from CBS Television Distribution. “It is beyond my wildest dreams to have this opportunity for a daily talk show,” Barrymore said in a release. “I’m truly thrilled and honored to be creating this show with CBS.” Barrymore, whose acting career has spanned four decades, jumps into daytime on the heels of the conclusion of her Netflix series, “Santa Clarita Diet,” on which she also served as an executive producer. Barrymore’s show, which does not yet have a title, will be executive produced by Barrymore, Chris Miller and Ember Truesdell.

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Two associates of Rudy Giuliani connected to efforts to dig up dirt in Ukraine on Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden have been arrested and indicted on criminal charges for allegedly funneling foreign money into U.S. elections. The charges against the men suggest Giuliani’s push on Ukraine and President Donald Trump’s receptiveness to it had ties to an illegal effort to influence U.S. politics and policy using foreign funds. The indictment involves two people central to the impeachment inquiry in the House. The two Giuliani-linked defendants, Igor Fruman and Lev Parnas, were detained at Dulles International Airport outside of Washington on Wednesday and were scheduled to appear in court in Virginia on Thursday. U.S. prosecutors were not intending to unseal the indictment against the Giuliani associates and two others Thursday, according to three U.S. officials. Their hand was Iranian women finally forced by an attempt by Fruallowed to officially man and Parnas to leave the watch soccer match country. Attorney General William after 40 years Barr, who visited the Manhattan U.S. Attorney’s office Iranian female soccer fans Thursday in what officials entered the national stadium for the first time in 40 years Thursday to watch their side NATION thrash Cambodia 14-0 in Montgomery, Alabama’s Tehran. Iran’s ban on women atfirst black mayor-elect tending sports stadiums is not written into law but was wants his city seen as a part of the New South put in place shortly after the 1979 Islamic Revolution. The man who will be MontBut following pressure from gomery, Alabama’s first Afrihuman rights group and the sport’s world governing body can-American mayor wants FIFA, Iran agreed to permit his tenure to signal a new women to enter the stadium. narrative for his 200-yearThe initial allocation of old city, he told CNN on 3,500 tickets for female fans Thursday. “We want to be seen as a was quickly sold out — reportedly in under an hour part of the New South,” Ste— before an additional 1,100 ven Reed told CNN’s Alisyn were released for the World Camerota on “New Day.” “We want to turn the page Cup qualifier. “This is a very positive step and change the narrative, forward, and one which FIFA, and that’s what this elecand especially Iranian girls tion was about.” Reed was born and raised and women, have been eagerly waiting for,” said FIFA in Montgomery and in 2012 President Gianni Infantino. became the first AfricanAmerican elected as proApple removes Quartz bate judge in Montgomery County. In Tuesday’s mayapp in China oral runoff, he defeated TV Apple has pulled business station owner David Woods, website Quartz’s app from its who is white. Montgomery, where 60% store in China over content of residents are black, has a concerns. Quartz said the tech com- complicated racial history. It pany explained its app was is the birthplace of the civil being removed “because it rights movement but also includes content that is ille- was the first capital of the gal in China.” It didn’t pro- Confederacy. It later became vide the publisher with any the site of Rosa Park’s bus boycott and the destination additional details. The website, like others, of the 1965 Selma-to-Monthas been aggressively cov- gomery protest marches. The ering the ongoing protests nation’s first memorial for in Hong Kong and the NBA more than 4,000 victims of lynchings opened last year controversy in China. Quartz CEO Zach Seward there. While the mayor-elect told said in a statement to CNN Business that we “abhor this CNN that it might have been kind of government censor- a number of factors that deship of the internet.” Quartz layed the state capital city’s has a virtual private network- election of a black mayor, it’s enabled website that lets users now time to move forward. “We’ve been unified on in the country skirt China’s Great Firewall, which prevents the message of opportunity internet users from access- and creating an environment ing some foreign websites. where people can live, learn —From wire reports and earn,” Reed said.

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Two associates of Rudy Giuliani connected to efforts to dig up dirt in Ukraine on Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden were arrested on criminal charges for violating campaign finance rules, according to a spokesman for the Southern District of New York. said was a routine stop, was briefed on the investigation into Parnas and Fruman in February after he took office, and he supported the prosecution, according to a U.S. Justice Department official. Overall, four men were indicted Thursday on two counts of conspiracy, one count of false statements to the Federal Election Com-

mission and one count of falsification of records. The four are alleged in the indictment unsealed by New York federal prosecutors to have conducted a scheme beginning in March 2018 to evade campaign finance laws. Along with Fruman and Parnas, Andrey Kukushkin has been arrested and is expected to appear in court Thursday

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in the Northern District of California, according to the Manhattan US Attorney’s office. The fourth man, David Correia, hasn’t been arrested. All four are U.S. citizens, according to the indictment. Parnas was Giuliani’s fixer in Ukraine, introducing him to current and former officials as far back as 2018, according to CNN’s reporting. gunman was slated for 2 p.m. and a status hearing is scheduled for November 7, according to court records. Judge Angie Juarez Barill, who was originally assigned the case, has bowed out, saying she knew one victim’s family members and is running for chief justice of the state’s Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. Patrick Crusius stands charged with capital murder in the massacre that killed 22 people and injured 26 more. Capital murder is the most serious charge in Texas. Prosecutors can use it when a defendant is accused of killing multiple victims.

The man who will be Montgomery, Alabama’s first AfricanAnother Democratic American mayor wants his tenure to signal a new narrative Rep. announces support for his 200-year-old city, he told CNN.

Vaping-related lung injuries now reported in all states but one There are 1,299 lung injury cases associated with e-cigarette products in 49 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands as of Tuesday, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Alaska is the only state without a reported case. That’s an increase from last week, when there were 1,080 cases of vaping-related lung injuries reported in 48 states and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Among 1,043 patients with data on sex and age, about 80% are under 35 years old, 15% are under 18 years old and 21% are 18 to 20 years old. The median age of patients is 24 years and they range in age from 13 to 75 years. About 70% of patients are male. The CDC on Thursday also identified 26 vaping-related deaths in 21 states. Individual states have reported a total of 27 deaths.

As the suspected El Paso gunman is set to appear in court, one survivor tries to heal While the man accused of a killing spree at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, was expected to be arraigned Thursday, Sylvia Saucedo is still struggling to recover from the most terrifying 15 minutes of her life. The 58-year-old El Paso resident used to consider herself an active, happy person. Now, she can’t go outside without friends. She just recently mustered the courage to go grocery shopping again. She hasn’t found the strength to go jogging or swimming. Weeks after the August 3 massacre, she’s “trying to forget that evil,” but the mere sight of a young white man puts her on edge. She’s having trouble sleeping and eating, and she’s lost 10 pounds, she said. The therapist keeps telling her she’s letting the shooter control her life. The hearing for the alleged

for impeachment inquiry

Rep. Xochitl Torres Small, one of a small group of House Democrats who had not yet publicly stated their support for an impeachment inquiry, announced on Thursday that in light of recent actions by President Donald Trump and his administration she’s in favor of proceedings. “Earlier this week, the President and his administration made it clear to New Mexicans that they are not committed to finding the truth,” the New Mexico Democrat wrote in an op-ed in the Las Cruces Sun-News announcing her support for an inquiry. The congresswoman argues that the President and the administration “took unprecedented steps to prevent the facts from coming forward,” when “the White House and the State Department stopped a key witness from testifying before Congress and the White House issued a letter refusing to cooperate at all with the investigation.” —From wire reports

‘Sesame Street’ Muppet shares her mother’s struggle with addiction One of “Sesame Street’s” tiny, young Muppets is dealing with a big, adult issue as part of an effort to help families dealing with substance abuse. Sesame Workshop, the organization that produces the beloved children’s show, has created a series of videos that features 6-year-old Karli talking to her friends about her mom’s struggle with addiction. Karli came to “Sesame Street” in May to stay with a foster family because her mother was “having a hard time.” In the latest videos, she tells Elmo, Abby Cadabby and other friends that her mom had to go away for treatment and that she’s now in recovery. Karli told Elmo that her mom goes to meetings every day to help her stay healthy. “My mom needs help learning to take better care of herself,” she said in one video. “So she talks to people with the same problem.” Karli says she goes to a special meeting for kids where they can share their experiences.

Brooke Nevils, Matt Lauer accuser, fires back at him Matt Lauer’s open letter defending his reputation and categorically denying the rape accusation that Brooke Nevils leveled against him has prompted a new response from Nevils. She says his 1,400-word letter striking out at her was “a case study in victim blaming.” “As his open letter clearly reveals, there may be more than one Matt Lauer. There’s the Matt Lauer that millions of Americans watched on TV every morning for two decades, and there is the Matt Lauer who this morning attempted to bully a former colleague into silence,” Nevils said in a statement initially released to NBC News. CNN Business has also obtained her statement. In it, she said Lauer’s letter “concluded by threatening any other woman who might dare to speak out against him.” —From wire reports

Nobel Prizes in Literature awarded to Peter Handke and Olga Tokarczuk By Jack Guy CNN

The 2019 Nobel Prize in Literature has been awarded to Austrian author Peter Handke, while the 2018 award, postponed from last year, was given to Polish author Olga Tokarczuk. Handke won the award “for an influential work that with linguistic ingenuity has explored the periphery and the specificity of human experience.”

MUST READ His debut novel “Die Hornissen” (“The Hornets”) was published in 1966, and his other works include the 1969 play “Publikumsbeschimpfung” (“Offending the Audience”). Handke has become “one of the most influential writers in Europe after the Second World War,” according to the Nobel committee. He was born in 1942 in southern Austria. He start-

ed studying a law degree in 1961 but broke off his studies when “Die Hornissen” was published. Tokarczuk won the 2018 award “for a narrative imagination that with encyclopedic passion represents the crossing of boundaries as a form of life.” Her first work of fiction “Podróz ludzi Księgi” (“The Journey of the Book-People”) was published in 1993, but it was her third novel “’Prawiek i inne czasy” (“Primeval and

Other Times”) that marked her major breakthrough. It was published in Polish in 1996 and translated into English in 2010. And her 2014 historical novel “Księgi Jakubowe” (“The Books of Jacob”) is Tokarczuk’s “magnum opus,” according to the committee. Tokarczuk also won the 2018 Man Booker International Prize for “Bieguni” (“Flights”), which was published in Polish in 2007 and English in 2017.

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A4 ♦ Friday, OctOber 11, 2019 ♦ gwinnettdailypOst.cOm COLUMNIST I KEITH ROACH

WEATHER WATCH

Time for your flu vaccine

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R. ROACH WRITES: If you haven’t gotten your influenza vaccine yet, it’s time to think about it. This year’s vaccine is similar to last year’s, but two of the components have been updated to match the strains that are circulating worldwide and expected to be epidemic in North AmerRoach ica. In fact, this year’s decision on which specific types to include was delayed a month to get further information about a newer influenza virus. Nine different vaccines from five different manufacturers have been released by the Food and Drug Administration. All flu shots use only virus components and no live virus, so it is not possible to get the flu from a flu shot. As in previous years, any flu vaccine is much better than none, but there are a few recommendations for specific people. In general, I recommend the quadrivalent vaccines, which provide protection against four strains. Most of the vaccines available in 2019-2020 are quadrivalent. Men and women over 65 are recommended for highdose vaccine, with double the amount of vaccine, and this year there is a quadrivalent high-dose vaccine (Fluzone High-Dose). An alternative would be the Fluad, which is a trivalent vaccine, with three components. This vaccine contains an adjuvant, which causes a more potent immune reaction than a standard vaccine. People with egg allergies can receive any vaccine, according to expert groups, although there are vaccines made without using eggs (Flublok and Flucelvax). Don’t delay getting your vaccine for fear of egg allergy. Two needle-free options are available: Afluria quadrivalent (given by a jet injector), and FluMist, which is a nasal live-attenuated vaccine. FluMist is indicated only in those up to 49 years old, and it has not been studied in the immunocompromised. The ACIP recommends against this vaccine for the immunocompromised and for their caregivers. The manufacturer notes that the supply of FluMist will be limited this year. Last year the vaccine was just about 50% effective. It is still possible to get the flu despite vaccination. However, the vaccine lowers hospitalization rates, deaths in children and protects expectant mothers and their babies. Getting vaccinated helps you, your family and neighbors, and your community. DEAR DR. ROACH: I recently saw my doctor for some fatigue and lightheadedness, and my doctor ordered some tests. I’m concerned that the urine test showed trace positive for ketones, leukocyte esterase and protein. There were 3-5 white blood cells. My blood tests showed glucose of 90 and creatinine of 0.8. My doctor was not concerned, saying some fluctuations are normal, but I am worried this might be an early sign of kidney disease. — J. ANSWER: Ketones in the urine are present in high levels in people with uncontrolled diabetes. You clearly don’t have that. It’s also present in people who consume a large excess of alcohol. The body normally makes a small amount of ketones. I often see trace amounts in people who have fasted for a long time prior to blood testing. People who deliberately avoid eating carbohydrates also may develop ketones in the urine. Urinary ketones are not a sign of kidney disease.

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TODAY IN HISTORY TODAY’S HISTORY: in 1779, polish nobleman casimir pulaski died from wounds he suffered while fighting for american independence in the revolutionary war. in 1890, the daughters of the american revolution formed. in 1975, “saturday night live” debuted on nbc. in 2002, former president Jimmy carter was awarded the nobel peace prize. TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS: eleanor roosevelt (1884-1962), first lady/writer/ diplomat; elmore leonard (1925-2013), novelist; daryl Hall (1946- ), singersongwriter; david morse (1953- ), actor; steve young (1961- ), football player; Joan cusack (1962- ), actress; artie lange (1967- ), comedian; Jane Krakowski

(1968- ), actress; emily deschanel (1976), actress; matt bomer (1977- ), actor; terrell suggs (1982- ), football player; michelle trachtenberg (1985- ), actress; michelle wie (1989- ), golfer; cardi b (1992- ), rapper. TODAY’S FACT: in 1910, theodore roosevelt became the first president (he was a former president at the time) to fly in an airplane, at Kinloch Field in st. louis. He rode as a passenger for a fourminute flight in a plane built by the wright brothers. TODAY’S SPORTS: in 1890, John Owen ran the first recorded 100-yard dash that broke 10 seconds. TODAY’S QUOTE: “i always felt, you don’t have a good time doin’ crime, you may as well find a job.” — elmore leonard, “raylan”

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EAR AMY: I have been married for over 20 years. My wife and I have had our share of issues. I have made my share of mistakes. Over the past 18 months we have been going to marriage counseling and have worked to address some of those issues. Over the last 12 months, she has started getting verbally abusive when she has had too much to drink. At these times, she says things that are filled with pure rage and have a stinging effect for a long period of time. To make matters worse, when I approach her about it, she remembers none of it and I am forced to relive all of it as I attempt to describe what she said, and the effect it has had on me. I have made it very clear that I think she has an alcohol abuse problem, and her response is to say that she is sorry, and she will watch her quantity of drinking to make sure it does not happen again. Yet, it has happened again, repeatedly. I suffer from low self-esteem as it is, and her comments truly hurt more than I can say. I have told her numerous times that if she keeps it up, she is going to lose me, and yet I stay, as a result of the vicious cycle of my low self-esteem. How do I find the courage to tell her enough is

enough and to finally stand up for myself? — Verbally Battered and Bruised D E A R BATTERED: Dickinson You and your wife are currently seeing a marriage counselor. Even though it is very painful for you to do so, it is vital that you bring up this alcohol-fueled abuse with the counselor. Your wife’s drinking and abusive behavior is a major factor in the viability of your marriage. She will want to diminish it, but you have the right and responsibility to present your own truth. You might want to create an audio (or video) recording of one of your wife’s tirades. She might be inspired to confront her drinking if she is also confronted with the reality of her behavior when she is drunk, and its impact on you. However, regardless of whether your wife acknowledges or confronts her drinking, you need to take care of yourself. Self-esteem and courage don’t always strike like lightning, transforming your life in a flash. These qualities are the result of a process of experiences overlaid with self-reflection and propped up by kindness and personal support.

Attending Al-anon meetings could help you to confront and cope with your own vulnerabilities, and receive support and understanding from people who are working their own solutions. Check al-anon.org for a local meeting. DEAR AMY: My best friend has been having an affair with a married guy for 12 years. She got pregnant (willingly). He promised he would divorce his wife after she gave birth. Of course, that never happened. I have kept her secret for too long because 1) It’s none of my business and 2) It would get her into trouble. But now with the baby born, I feel that keeping this secret protects this man and does more harm to my friend. I know she’s an adult and can make her own decisions. But adults can make bad decisions, too. And by not telling the wife, I feel like I am allowing a bully to get away with hurting my friend. What you ignore, you empower. Isn’t that the case here? — Caught in a Dilemma DEAR CAUGHT: I’d like to approach this from the perspective of the wrongedwife. Isn’t she the one being hurt the most? Isn’t she the one whose vows

have been broken? Your friend willingly entered into this arrangement, as did the cheating husband. The wife presumably is the person whose life will be most upended by this knowledge. Cheated-upon spouses always say they wish someone had told them. If you personally know the wife, perhaps you should approach this by weighing her right to know, versus your friend’s right to make her own mistakes. DEAR AMY: I endorse how you let “Cheerfully Childless in Chicago” know that in a family context, their siblings with small children will inevitably talk about kids because “kids is what they do.” What you neglected to point out is that nieces and nephews are an asset — they are the kids who can be enjoyed for a few hours and then returned to their parents so that cheerful childlessness can be resumed! — Affectionate Aunt DEAR AUNT: Amen! You can contact Amy Dickinson via email: ASKAMY@amydickinson. com. Readers may send postal mail to Ask Amy, P.O. Box 194, Freeville, NY 13068. You can also follow her on Twitter @askingamy or “like” her on Facebook.

Give everyone a sample of what you are capable of doing. If you stand tall and are tolerant, you will find a way to bring everyone you love closer together. Think big, but live within your means. Choose love over discord. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) — Look at the possibilities. Taking a different path and using your skills in an innovative fashion will lead to enhanced stability and financial prosperity. A change of heart is apparent. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) — Get involved in family matters, travel plans or educational pursuits that will affect your lifestyle or encourage personal growth. Take the road less traveled and start a new adventure. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23Dec. 21) — Handle emotional matters cautiously. Don’t make a move based on assumptions or hearsay. Take a wait-and-see attitude and make decisions after you’ve verified the facts. Simplify your life. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22Jan. 19) — A change will help you see your personal situation clearly. Once you distance yourself from a problem, it will be easier to see what to do. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) — Make up your mind and follow your heart. It’s up to you to make a move, so don’t wait for someone to make choices for you. Do what’s best for you. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) — Use your intelligence, fortitude and insight to help you make wise decisions. Moderation should be a priority. Think carefully about your long-term goals. ARIES (March 21-April 19) — Have an open mind, be willing to learn and make choices based on facts. Getting upset won’t help you get ahead, but taking action and getting things done will. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) — A day trip or meeting will spark your interest in something that can help you advance. Learn to diversify and to engage in projects that can lead to exciting partnerships. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) — Don’t be fooled by what others want you to believe or think. Talk is cheap; action and taking responsibility are what count. Take care of business and do your own thing. CANCER (June 21-July 22) — Personal improvements can be made. An unusual project will intrigue you, and the people involved will add to the temptation. Partnerships are favored, and romance is encouraged. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — Don’t be fooled by what you encounter, see or are told. Explore possibilities, but verify information before you decide to get involved in something that could be costly. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — A change will help you see things differently. Visit a place you haven’t been for a long time or get together with people who have always offered valuable insight and support.

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rowing up, both of my pardevelopments in school design. ents were public schoolteachThe School Safety Clearinghouse ers. It gave them great joy Act will close the gaps preventing to work every day to help shape schools from finding the school the future for our children. As a design advancements they need to parent and grandfather, I feel the protect their students and faculty. same joy watching my grandkids It does so while also upholding learn something new. a key doctrine of our Founding Perdue Last month, 1.7 million stuMothers and Fathers: that decidents across Georgia headed back sions are best made by families, to school. For them, unfortunately, the communities, and states — not the fedreality of going to school feels dramat- eral government. ically different than it did when I was The clearinghouse will have zero govyounger. ernment mandates attached. It will adOver the last 20 years, many students vocate no political policies. Instead, it across the country have directly experi- will act like a library that state and local enced gun violence at their schools. Bul- officials can use to access the best pracletproof backpacks and lockdown drills tices when redesigning schools. are now part of our children’s daily rouThat way, they are empowered to tine. It is every parent’s worst nightmare. work with parents, teachers, and adFor families in Newtown and Parkland, ministrators to implement the school it is a nightmare that will never end. safety techniques that work best for In many of these tragic cases, bad ac- their communities. These techniques tors were able to bypass security due to aren’t government programs — they loopholes in the building’s design. are innovations coming from the free What can we do to keep our kids safe? market of ideas. We can start by building schools that Some of these innovations are physiare designed to protect our children. cal, such as stronger glass and reinforced As an engineer by trade, I have learned locks. Others are virtual, like state-ofthat building design is more than brick, the-art surveillance systems or mobile metal, and wood — it is the first line of apps. Other innovations are procedurdefense. al, like new emergency strategies and School design is not the only solution threat assessment programs. to making schools safer; we still have to The School Safety Clearinghouse Act find better ways to enforce existing law will give state and local officials easy and keep guns out of the wrong hands. access to this information. That way, However, redesigning schools is an es- they will be able to give our kids the safe sential first step to keeping our kids safe. learning environments they deserve. The problem is that many communiWe have seen how rethinking buildties don’t have access to the knowledge ing design has worked before. or tools they need to build safer schools. After the Oklahoma City Bombing in Jay Brotman, lead designer of the 1994, designs and security at federal newly rebuilt Sandy Hook Elementary buildings were modernized. Following School in Newtown, Connecticut, has the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11th, 2001, spoken about this at the White House. everything from our airports to sportHe said one of the biggest problems ing venues were rethought to prevent preventing local school officials from lapses in safety. implementing new safety measures was Yet after years of tragic incidents, very “a lack of access to quality school-design little has been done to make school deinformation.” sign safer. Now, Congress has the chance to fix The private sector is working hard to this with a simple, commonsense step. change that. State and local officials are I am proud to join senators Doug working hard to change that. The biparJones, Thom Tillis, and Shelley Moore tisan School Safety Clearinghouse Act Capito in sponsoring the bipartisan will help them make that change posSchool Safety Clearinghouse Act in the sible so that we can better protect all of U.S. Senate. This bill will direct the De- our children. partment of Homeland Security to build and maintain a national clearinghouse David Perdue is the junior U.S. Senator from Georgia. containing all the best practices and

LOCAL GUEST COLUMNIST|ELLEN GERSTEIN

Volunteers needed for Great Days of Service

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hether you are part ing Gwinnett Clean and Beauof an organization in tiful, Annandale Village, Home need of volunteers, a of Hope, Nothing But the Truth company or group with a pasand many other local organizasion to create a positive impact, tions and schools. or an individual with a desire to This year the service projects change your community, offiare as varied as the organizacials at the Gwinnett Coalition tions. Activities that take place for Health and Human Services Gerstein during Gwinnett Great Days of invite you to participate in the Service projects can range from 20th anniversary of Gwinnett Great painting to cleaning and organizing, Days of Service. gardening, landscaping, writing notes Scheduled for Oct. 25-26, Gwinnett of encouragement, stocking communiGreat Days of Service mobilizes thou- ty kitchens and shelters, and cleaning sands of individuals, corporations, up nature trails and streams. Because churches, schools, civic organizations of the wide breadth of projects availand communities in meaningful volun- able, volunteers can choose based on teer service to address some of Gwin- location, an agency they are passionnett County’s most critical needs. ate about, or a volunteer activity that The Gwinnett Coalition for Health & they are skilled or interested in. Human Services envisioned Gwinnett Our team has been hard at work, exGreat Days of Service 20 years ago in perimenting with new ways to make the spirit of Gwinnett’s slogan “Suc- volunteering easier and more accescess Lives Here.” In 2000, the event sible than ever before. Anyone from started with just one day of service, anywhere can do something good for plus 10 projects plus 100 volunteers to our community. The Gwinnett Coalicreate a new era of civic engagement tion’s approach not only offers up some and volunteerism. Today, Gwinnett much-needed support for our nonprofit Great Days of Service is recognized community, but it often lights a more as one of the largest volunteer days of permanent passion for service in volservice in the United States. unteers, which is a win for groups in Our work is to inspire individuals need. There are many wonderful domithroughout Gwinnett County to take no effects that happen when somebody action to build a stronger, more uni- volunteers with an organization. They fied community for all of us. Our or- learn so much about themselves, they ganization sits at a very unique inter- learn about others, they make these section of corporate, philanthropy, connections with people in ways they government and community, and we would not normally. are empowering people throughout To learn how you or your company, Gwinnett to raise their hand and be school or organization can participate, counted among those working for go to gwinnettgreatdaysofservice.org positive change. or call 770-995-3339. The motivation to serve and volunteer where we live and work is a strong and Ellen Gerstein is Executive Director of the common ethic — one that is revealed Gwinnett Coalition for Health and Human Services. For more information contact by the thousands of hours volunteers contribute each year to hundreds of Ellen Gerstein at ellen@gwinnettcoalition. org or at 770-995-3339. projects and organizations includ-

COLUMNIST|MARC THIESSEN

Joe Biden is a hypocrite on military aid to Ukraine W

ASHINGTON — Former vice president Joe Biden has said that in holding up vital military assistance to Ukraine, President Trump “used the power and resources of the United States to pressure a sovereign nation, a partner that is still under direct assault from Russia ... to subvert the rule of law in the express hope of extracting a political favor.” That’s rich. The aid in question is lethal military assistance that the Obama-Biden administration refused to give Ukraine. In 2014, after Russia annexed Crimea and began arming separatists in eastern Ukraine with tanks, armored vehicles and rocket launchers, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko came to Washington to plead for weapons to defend his country. In an impassioned address to a joint session of Congress — with Biden sitting directly behind him — Poroshenko said his country appreciated the nonlethal assistance he was getting, but declared “one cannot win a war with blankets.” The Obama-Biden administration was unmoved. The Wall Street Journal reported at the time that “President Barack Obama stuck to his refusal to provide weapons or other lethal military gear to Ukraine, despite a passionate appeal Thursday for help in fighting

pro-Russian rebels by Ukraine’s was on Biden’s watch that the president.” Why? The administraUnited States refused to deliver tion feared that lethal aid would military aid at all. Yet the same provoke Moscow. vice president who sat there imSo what did the administrapassively while Ukraine’s presition give him? Instead of RPGs dent begged for weapons now (rocket-propelled grenades), we dares to cite the Russian threat provided MREs (meals ready to to Ukraine in castigating Trump? eat) — food rations. As one frus- Thiessen Talk about chutzpah. trated former Pentagon official And since Biden raised the Rusput it at the time, “What kind of message sian threat, let’s recall that the Obamadoes that send anyway? We are sending Biden administration bears much responMREs while they are being invaded by sibility for the annexation of Crimea that an aggressor.” necessitated the delivery of lethal aid to Answer: a message of weakness. Ukraine in the first place. Russia’s miliWhen Trump took office, he delivered a tary intervention in Ukraine came in the message of strength. In December 2017, aftermath of the Obama-Biden adminthe new administration announced that istration’s failure to enforce its red line the United States would send the lethal against Bashar al-Assad’s use of chemaid to Ukraine that Poroshenko requested ical weapons by Syria. In March 2013, and Obama and Biden refused — the sale Biden declared, “Because we recognize of $47 million worth of Javelin antitank the great danger Assad’s chemical and missiles. In May 2018, after Ukraine test- biological arsenals pose to Israel and the ed its new Javelin missiles, Poroshenko United States, to the whole world, we’ve exulted on Twitter, “Finally this day has set a clear red line against the use or the come!” and personally thanked Trump transfer of those weapons.” “for supporting Ukraine and adopting Assad responded by using chemical a decision to provide Javelin antitank weapons on innocent civilians not once, missile systems.” but 16 times. And yet Obama and Biden For Biden to now attack Trump for a did nothing, failing to carry out even temporary delay in a new round of le- “unbelievably small” military strikes — thal military aid reeks of hypocrisy. It a decision Biden publicly defended. “We

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can easily say we should have bombed and gone in and taken out their air defense system,” Biden said, “Well, you know, big nations can’t bluff.” Bluff is what Obama and Biden did — and Assad called their bluff. Not only that, they turned to Russia for a face-saving way out, letting Russian President Vladimir Putin broker a phony deal to have Syria disarm. It was one of the most embarrassing foreign policy debacles of the post-Cold War era. So it should come as no surprise that, when Obama threatened to impose costs on Putin if he invaded Ukraine, the Kremlin called his bluff, too. Putin knew Obama and Biden did not have the will to stand up to him in Ukraine. And he was proved right when they refused to give Ukraine lethal aid for fear of further provoking him. None of this excuses Trump’s delaying a new round of lethal military aid to Ukraine. But if this military assistance was as vital to countering the Russian threat as Biden says, then it’s fair to ask: Why didn’t the United States provide it when Biden was the Obama administration’s point man on Ukraine? Marc Thiessen is a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and the former chief speechwriter for President George W. Bush.


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Police: Pair of suspects took wallet, gun from victim’s car By Taylor Denman taylor.denman @gwinnettdailypost.com

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A pair of invasive fish, called Northern Snakeheads, can be seen in this photo from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. The department said a Northern Snakehead was recently caught in a private pond in Gwinnett County. It is the first specimen of this fish species, which can breathe air and survive on land, to be caught in Georgia.

Georgia DNR: Fish that can live on land found in Gwinnett Wildlife officials report first sighting of species in state By Curt Yeomans curt.yeomans @gwinnettdailypost.com

Fish typically don’t like to get out of the water due to their biology, but Georgia Department of Natural Resources officials said an invasive fish species that can breathe air and survive on land was found in a Gwinnett County pond earlier this month. State wildlife officials said this marks the first sighting of the Northern Snakehead, which is native to China, in Georgia, although the fish has now been sighted in 14 U.S. states. They are urging anglers across the state to be on the lookout, and report any other Northern Snakeheads that they catch while fishing. The fish found in Gwinnett were in a private pond. “Our first line of defense in the fight against aquatic invasive species, such as the Northern Snakehead, are our anglers,” said Matt Thomas, chief of fisheries for the Wildlife Resources Division, in a statement. “Thanks to the quick report by an angler, our staff was able to investigate and confirm the presence of

we are now taking steps to determine if they have spread from this water body and, hopefully, keep it from spreading to other georgia waters.” Matt Thomas, Chief of Fisheries for the Wildlife Resources Division

this species in this water body. “We are now taking steps to determine if they have spread from this water body and, hopefully, keep it from spreading to other Georgia waters.” The presence of the Northern Snakehead has caused alarm among state officials, who are concerned it could negatively impact fish species that are native to Georgia by providing increased competition for food and habitat. As a result, DNR is reminding Georgians that it is illegal to own, import, transport or sell invasive wildlife species, including the Northern Snakehead, without a valid wild animal license. Officials said invasive wildlife are often introduced into the wild in Georgia through unauthorized releases. One of the things the state

is asking anglers to do is to learn how to identify the Northern Snakehead. DNR officials said it is somewhat similar to a Bowfin, which is native to Georgia, in that both are long, thin fish. The Northern Snakehoead, however, can get up to 3 feet in length and has a long dorsal fin which runs the entire length of their backs. They also have a “dark brown blotchy appearance.” Anyone who finds a Northern Snakehead is asked to kill it, freeze it and take pictures of it, including closeups of the mouth, tail and fins. They are also asked to note where it was caught and contact their regional Georgia DNR Wildlife Resources Division Fisheries Office. Regional office contact information can be found at georgiawildlife.com/ about/contact#fish.

Gwinnett County police are searching for two men they said stole a victim’s wallet and gun from an unlocked car and charged more than $1,000 at a Buford Walmart. Police said two suspects entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle at night on Sept. 7. The suspects were seen on surveillance footage at the Walmart located at 3250 Sardis Church Road in Buford using the victim’s credit cards. The victim contacted police the following morning, explaining he’d been notified of suspicious charges by credit card companies. The victim told police his Glock 17 pistol was missing from an open center console along with his wallet. Police described the first

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Gwinnett County police are searching for two men they said stole a victim’s wallet and gun from an unlocked car and charged more than $1,000 at a Buford Walmart. suspect as a black male who was wearing a navy or gray hoody, dark pants and dark shoes on security camera footage. The second suspect is a white male who was wearing black Adidas pants, a dark colored zippered jacked with hood and dark shoes.

The public can share information with detectives at 770-513-5300. To remain anonymous, tipsters should contact Crime Stoppers at 404-577-8477 or visit www. stopcrimeATL.com. Reference case number 19-082867 when reporting information.

Good Taste Gwinnett to showcase local restaurants, winery, brewery By Taylor Denman taylor.denman @gwinnettdailypost.com

Guests of Good Taste Gwinnett on Thursday at Infinite Energy Arena will be able to sample food from 15 local restaurants and also try out drink tastings from Slow Pour Brewing and Chateau Elan Winery. Good Taste Gwinnett is presented in partnership with Jackson EMC and the Daily Post. It brings Gwinnett County’s most-renowned local chefs together for dinner, drinks and demonstrations. “Foodies throughout the community are not going to want to miss this event,” Noreen Brantner, Director of Events, SCNI Events/Gwinnett Daily Post, said. “This event is sure to please, from live cooking demonstrations and fare samplings, to shopping local vendors’ exhibits and enjoying an evening with friends and family.” The 2019 edition of Good

Taste Gwinnett is set for Thursday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Infinite Energy Forum. Drink tastings are complementary and food tastings require one ticket per taste. Tasting are provided with admission, and guests may purchase additional tasting tickets. Ticket proceeds go to benefit Special Kneads and Treats, a Gwinnett-area nonprofit that provides birthday cakes for children whose families cannot afford one. Guests will have the opportunity to sample offerings from BoneFish Grill, Frida’s Mexican Restaurant, Frontera Mex Mex Grill, Luciano’s Ristorante Italiano, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Proof of the Pudding, Ted’s Montana Grill, Uncle Jack’s Meat House, Noona Steakhouse & Oyster Bar, La Belle Vie, Parkside District Seafood & Meats, Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill, Marc Bar & Restaurant, G & A Island Jerk and Water Ice. A few previews of Good Taste’s samples and the chefs

serving them are available at goodtastegwinnett.com. Uncle Jack’s Meat House Executive Chef Chris Poston said he and the Uncle Jack’s team will be serving applewood smoked bacon with house-made peanut butter and chipotle maple glaze. Bonefish Grill Executive Chef Jinde Odenthal said she would be serving signature crispy, tossed in a creamy, spicy sauce bang bang shrimp. Noona Executive Chef AJ Binion plans to serve short ribs, smoked for five hours with garlic mashed potatoes, carrots, cipollini onions and braising sauce. Tickets are now available for advance purchase at goodtastegwinnett.com. General Admission tickets are each $15 in advance and include three tasting tickets and a goody bag. VIP tickets are each $55 and include six tasting tickets, general admission benefits, extra VIP benefits, and a special VIP goody bag. Limited VIP tickets remain.

OBITUARIES WINDER

Maggie Halsey Maggie Mae Halsey, age 40, of Winder passed away Friday October 4, 2019.

Auburn, GA

Helen Joyce Clark (Hayes) On Thursday, September 26, 2019, Helen Joyce (Hayes) Clark, of Auburn, GA, loving wife and mother of four children, graduated this life and ascended into the arms of her Divine Father. Helen was 85 years old. Helen was born at home on November 7, 1933 in Cloquet, MN. She was the youngest daughter of Clarence and Eva (Pigman) Hayes. She received her diploma in nursing from St. Luke’s School of Nursing, Duluth, MN, in the spring of 1954. In the fall of 1954, she married Phillip S. Clark. Together they raised two daughters, Connie and Jan, both RNsfollowing in their mother’s footsteps. And two sons, Patrick and Curtis who passed away unexpectedly in 1973. Helen had a passion for music. She served as the church pianist and organist at the Babbitt Baptist Church in Babbitt, MN,

for 25 years. She also played the French horn for Cloquet High School Orchestra and Marching Band. Due to Alzheimer’s disease, she was no longer able to play her beloved instruments but would keep time to music, tapping away to her favorite hymns played on her Alexa device. Helen was known for her infectious smile and her kind, compassionate spirit. She is survived by her husband Phillip, daughter Connie (husband Glenn) Harle of Hibbing, MN, daughter Jan of Ellijay, GA, granddaughter Dr. Marissa (husband Dr. Nicholas McCann) Harle of Minneapolis, MN, grandson Patrick (wife Brooke) Harle, great grandchildren, Oliver and Elsie of Hibbing, MN, nieces and nephews, and friends. Helen is reunited in death with her father, Clarence, and her mother Eva. Her brother Del and sisters Evelyn and Marian and her two sons, Patrick and Curtis. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, October 19th, 2019 at 11 o’clock a.m. at Hamilton Mill Memorial Chapel, 3481 Hamilton Mill Road, Buford, GA 30519. Hamilton Mill Memorial Chapel 770-945-6924 Share memories of Helen at hamiltonmillchapel.com

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Mrs. Joann Toney (Hale) Willie “Joann” Hale Burrell Toney December 30, 1929–October 7, 2019 Just as she always loved a gathering with family and friends, Joann Hale Burrell Toney departed this life peacefully among many of her immediate family and close friends on October 7, 2019 as a result of complications from a stroke she suffered in June of this year. A devoted and generous kitchen magician, Joann was friend to everyone that entered into her life and she took pride in remembering and preparing the favorite dishes and desserts for each member of her family and friends. No matter how short the notice or how many surprise guests appeared for dinner, Joann lovingly made certain that no one ever left her home hungry or feeling unloved. Joann was born on December 30, 1929 at her grandmother’s home in Walton County, Georgia. She was the fourth of six children born to Euphratus Lee Hale and Pearl Mitchell Hale. Graduating from Monroe High School in 1946 she was first employed at the Walton County Court House where she met Q

Quillen Dupree Burrell, and the two were married in 1950. After the birth of her two sons, Steven Lee and Glenn Scott, she went to work for the First Baptist Church of Winder as the pastor’s secretary. In 1969, Joann joined the team at Johns Manville in Winder and enjoyed a 22-year career, developing many close and enduring friendships. Sadly, Joann lost Quillen to cancer in 1979; but being the beautiful and wonderful person that she was, in a few short years she met and married Virlyn Toney in 1984 and with this union, she gained two wonderful stepdaughters, Janalyn Raye Toney and Jeanie Toney Warbington. After retiring from Johns Manville in 1991, Joann directed her boundless energy into award winning volunteer work in her beloved Winder, Georgia community, including heading up The Clothes Closet, volunteering as the church librarian at the First Baptist Church, teaching Sunday School, and working at the local voting poll–to name a few. In 2003, Joann was named Volunteer of the Year by the Johns Manville Fund. Joann was preceded in death by her parents, Euphratus Lee Hale and Pearl Mitchell Hale; husbands Quillen Burrell and Virlyn Toney; brothers Euphratus Lee Hale, Jr. (and his wife, Florence) and Bob Hale; and sister, Dean Impeciato (and her husband, Vic). Survivors include her sons Steve Burrell (Carol)

of Gainesville, Georgia; Glenn Burrell (Melinda) of Watkinsville, Georgia; stepdaughters, Jana Toney (Perry Eller) of Decatur, Georgia, and Jeanie Warbington (Teel) of Vienna, Georgia, brothers Charles Hale (Jean) of McDonough, Georgia; and Gerald Hale (Pat) and sister-in-law, Betty Hale of Monroe, Georgia. Also surviving Joann are her grandchildren Scott Burrell (Lisha) of Watkinsville, Georgia; Lee Burrell of Gainesville, Georgia; Ryan Burrell (Chelsea) of Cleveland, Tennessee; Lauren Fletcher (Michael) of Vienna, Georgia; Bradee Burrell Aderholt, (Drew) of Gainesville, Georgia; Austin Warbington (Elizabeth) of Vienna, Georgia; Madison Warbington of Vienna, Georgia and eight great grandchildren–each of whom held a special place in Joann’s heart. She delighted in all of their respective accomplishments and successes. Joann’s family wishes to express heartfelt gratitude to the many friends who have blessed them through their actions and prayers, and to the doctors, nurses, and staff at Northeast Georgia Medical Center–Gainesville, and to their special friends and especially physicians, Dr. Craig Brown and Dr. Krupa Desai. The family will receive visitors on Wednesday, October 9, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Carter Funeral Home 265 GA211 in Winder, Georgia.

Joann’s memorial service will begin at 2:00 on Thursday October 10th at the First Baptist Church in Winder. Prior to the service, the family will receive visitors at 1:00 at the church. Interment will follow at Barrow Memorial Gardens at 793 Atlanta Hwy SE, Winder, Georgia. Memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church– Winder Building Fund or a charity of your choice. Carter Funeral Home of Winder is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences may be expressed at www.carterfhwinder

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Taste the Purity, Feel the Power Healing Labs of Los Angeles, a global leader in hemp-based health solutions, has unveiled a delicious new delivery system for its pharmaceutical-quality, high-grade, organic, nonGMO hemp: flavor-packed, sugar-free, hemp-infused, gummies! Each chewable gummy, sold in four flavors, cherry, lemon, grape, and orange, packs in 25 milligrams of the company’s maxstrength, hemp extract. Users are smiling, reporting near-immediate results. Helps Swollen Joints, Muscle Spasms & Nerve Pain Used daily, full-spectrum hemp can help erase pain and swelling in joints throughout the body. “On day three,” writes one user, “I am quite surprised and hopeful that what I feel in my legs is real and that it will last. The pain, tightness, and swelling I’ve had for years has just gone away. Unbelievable!” Nature’s Best Pain-Killing Compound “It’s the Cadillac of hempbased pain medicine,” says Keith McPherson, a consultant to the industry. A recent review reveals 35 controlled studies involving more than 2,000 subjects, investigating hemp’s pain-relieving powers. Doctors Give It a ThumbsUp Medical organizations like the World Health Organization and the American Academy of Family Physicians support access to hemp and its therapeutic, health-improving ingredients. Unlike its sister plant, marijuana, which contains THC, the pesky ingredient that makes you high, the hemp plant does not contain THC and will not make users feel high. Government Hypocrisy? The federal government deems marijuana to be a deadly Schedule 1 drug, on par with heroin, but in October, 2003, the US government secretly patented hemp’s therapeutic ingredients (USPO #6,630,507) for its anti-epileptic, neuro-protective, intra-ocular eye pressure-lowering benefits, and other aspects. The hemp revolution began 28 years ago with an accidental discovery.

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Why was the body making its own cannabinoids… wondered the doctor. Dr. Mechoulam went on to discover other cannabinoids produced in the body. He also found the elusive, ’missing’ receptors, too, but he wasn’t prepared for what he discovered. Hiding in Plain Sight: A Vast Natural Medicine Network He was shocked to discover the EndoCannabinoid System (ECS), a vast, bodywide net-work of trillions of cannabinoid receptors, heavily concen-trated in the brain, in every or-gan, gland, tendon, even your cartilage. When cannabinoids, whether produced by the body or from hemp, connect with their re-ceptors, marvelous things be-gin to happen. Feel Stronger, Happier, Pain-Free! Users report feeling calmer, more at ease, blood pressure normalizes, pain subsides, sleep, digestion, and circula-tion improves, immune powers strengthen, and people, in general, feel happier and more content. Feel Your Joint Pain Disappear There’s one thing that hemp does better than anything else, and that’s relieve the pain, swelling, and aching from sore joints and muscles. Cannabinoids attack pain quickly, relieving swollen, sore joints by stabilizing distraught nerve

cells to prevent excessive firing, ‘calming’ injured tissues, and dampening the release of chemicals that cause swelling. Susan K. injured her wrist playing volleyball at the beach. “It got to where I couldn’t shift gears in my car without pain. In two days after using hemp gummies, the pain disappeared. It hasn’t come back either,” she smiled.

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Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful officials are preparing to launch an educational campaign designed to teach county residents why they shouldn’t use plastic grocery bags to collect their recyclable items. The organization announced Wednesday that it recently received a $10,000 grant from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation for the educational campaign, which will also include the creation and distribution of Green Communities reusable bags. “We’ve found that a lot of households like to collect their recyclables in plastic grocery bags,” Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful Executive Director Schelly Marlatt said. “Unfortunately, those bags are not recyclable curb-

side and often lead to contamination of the recycling supply chain. “It is our hope to not only replace Schelly those bags Marlatt with the reusable bags we’ll be providing – thanks to this grant from Bank of America, but we’ll also be educating Gwinnett County citizens on key steps to take to recycle properly.” Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful officials said they chose to use the money to produce reusable bags instead of brochures on the topic because they felt the flyers could just end up being thrown away after they were read. Reusable bags, they said, instead offered something Gwinnett residents could use multiple times for recycling.

The information on the bags will be written in multiple languages and explain how to avoid contamination of the recycling stream, which will reduce space used in landfills. And by making them reusable, the bags are also less likely to become litter, according to Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful officials. It’s a proposal that, given the awarding of the grant, Bank of America officials are interested in. “We are excited to partner with Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful on this initiative,” Bank of America Atlanta Market President Wendy Stewart said. “Our commitment is to help build thriving communities by addressing issues fundamental to economic health and sustainability which makes this a good partnership with this leading environmental organization.

State fire marshal steps down Former Johns Creek chief served less than 10 months By Taylor Denman taylor.denman @gwinnettdailypost.com

it was for the best for Mr. Hogan to step down from his position as we take the department in a new diJeff rection,” the Hogan statement said. “We wish him the best in his future endeavors.” The insurance commissioner’s office said the position had not been filled. The department plans to formally announce the state’s new fire marshal once and appointment is formally made. “Commissioner King is working with his staff to make an appointment as soon as possible,” Department of Insurance Public

Information Officer Brandon Wright said. Hogan was a 35-year veteran in firefighting at the time of his appointment. He officially retired from the Johns Creek Fire Department to accept Insurance and Fire Safety Commissioner Jeff Beck’s appointment. Hogan was named the Johns Creek fire chief in February 2011 after joining the department in 2008. His career began with the Fulton County Fire Department, where he worked in a variety of investigative and supervisory roles until 2008, when he joined the Johns Creek department. Hogan was a successor to former state fire marshal Dwayne Garriss, who was appointed in 2011.

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Jeff Hogan, a former Johns Creek Fire Chief who was appointed as Georgia’s state fire marshal in January, has stepped down from the position after less than 10 months. A spokesperson with the Georgia Department of Insurance said Hogan stepped down about two weeks ago after a conversation with Insurance Commissioner John F. King. The Insurance Commissioner’s office released a statement regarding his resignation. “Commissioner King recently sat down with Fire Marshal Jeff Hogan to discuss the future of the department and both agreed that

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Georgia Gwinnett College biology and chemistry students who intend to pursue a doctorate in pharmacy or pharmacological research can now enroll at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine’s Georgia campus as early as their junior years in college. A new agreement signed by leadership at both schools will facilitate a pipeline for GGC students to the PCOM School of Pharmacy. “We have seen a steady pipeline of students who major in biology or chemistry with the intent to pursue a career in pharmacy or pharmacological research,” Joseph Sloop, interim dean of the GGC School of Science and Technology, said. “This agreement with PCOM Georgia will enable them to achieve their career goals more quickly and with less cost.” According to Shawn Spencer, dean of the PCOM School of Pharmacy, the agreement will allow eligible students at GGC to enter the school of pharmacy after completing their junior year of college. Students who meet the pharmacy school’s requirements may enter the program before graduating from GGC and will have the opportunity to earn a combined bachelor’s and doctorate degree while at PCOM Georgia. Student receive their bachelor’s degree from GGC in the third year of pharmacy school at PCOM after they’ve earned the required credits

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A new partnership between Georgia Gwinnett College and PCOM-Georgia will allow GGC biology and chemistry students to enroll in the PCOM pharmacy program as undergraduates. during their first two years of pharmacy school. This will allow students to begin their careers early while saving money. “Our agreement with Georgia Gwinnett College exemplifies how the PCOM School of Pharmacy is working hard to help our students achieve their goal of becoming pharmacists. We applaud GGC for partnering with us as we support Georgia students who are entering the healthcare workforce,” Spencer said. PCOM agreed to similar partnerships with Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, Middle Georgia State University and Valdosta State University. PCOM pharmacy doctor-

al students can also focus concentrate in the pharmacy practice areas of acute, ambulatory and managed care or one of three graduate business programs offered in partnership with Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. “This is an important development as we look to opportunities that provide expanded career opportunities for GGC students,” GGC President Jann L. Joseph said. “We are delighted to partner with PCOM Georgia to offer a program that benefits our students, aligns with GGC’s mission and vision, and meets the healthcare needs of Gwinnett and beyond.”


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THE BREAKDOWN

a look at this week’s prep football matchups (all games at 7:30 p.m. today unless otherwise noted)

ARCHER AT NEWTON ARCHER TIGERS (8-AAAAAAA) Coach: andy dyer Record: 3-2, 0-0 Last week: Had a bye

CEDAR SHOALS AT BUFORD

NEWTON RAMS (8-AAAAAAA) Coach: camiel grant Record: 5-1, 1-0 Last week: beat south gwinnett 19-0

CEDAR SHOALS JAGUARS (8-AAAAA) Coach: leroy ryals Record: 4-2, 0-1 Last week: lost to clarke central 34-10

BUFORD WOLVES (8-AAAAA) Coach: bryant appling Record: 6-0, 1-0 Last week: beat Johnson-gainesville 56-7

while most gwinnett county public schools’ football programs moved this week’s games to thursday because of Fall break, archer won’t play until saturday afternoon thanks to newton sharing a stadium. “we got an extra day of preparation, that’s how we looked at it, just an extra day of prep,” archer head coach andy dyer said. “we’ve been able to work on us and we haven’t been in as big of a rush to get prepared as when you’re trying to get everything crammed in.” with an off date last Friday, archer had more than two weeks to get ready for newton, which has only lost to buford (by a 42-14 score). archer also lost to buford, falling 29-28 in overtime in its last outing. the tigers expect a tough test from newton in a difficult environment. the saturday afternoon kickoff also is unique, a repeat of the 2017 when archer barely escaped covington with a 20-19 win. “they’ve got a lot of team speed,” dyer said of newton. “they’ve got a couple of guys as soon as Jordon they touch the ball they can go to the house. we’ve got to do a good job tackling in space. they’ve Swain got a solid football team. coach (camiel grant) is doing a great job. For us, it’s the first region game and that’s a big deal. we need to get out of the gate and be 1-0.” archer closed its last game against buford with a flurry, marching on a long drive to force overtime and going ahead in the extra period. it lost when the wolves converted a two-point conversion to close the first ot. Jordon swain (18 rushes, 120 yards, touchdown, two catches for 16 yards) continues to be a big part of the offense, while derek Harden, ethan lane and aiden aufderheide played well along the line. Jalen williams (11 tackles) and tyler roach (10 tackles, two for losses, one sack) led the defense. When: saturday, 2 p.m. Last meeting: archer won 40-14 last year Location: Homer sharp stadium, covington

buford got off to a flying start in region 8-aaaaa play with last week’s win over Johnson-gainesville, and look to continue that momentum by welcoming cedar shoals to tom riden stadium on Friday. while coach bryant appling has been pleased with the growth of the team across the board throughout the season, he is particularly delighted with the development of the running game. the wolves have put up nearly 200 yards per game on the ground, including more than 140 per game by the tandem of gabe ervin Jr. and elijah turner, behind an offensive line anchored by senior malone Vangorder. “i feel like we’re in a good place,” appling said. “nobody’s perfect at this point in the season, but i’m proud of the kids for getting through the first half of the season and still being focused. we’re still making some young mistakes, but we are getting better each week. Malone “our running game has been strong. (opponents) have been loading the box on us, and we’ve VanGorder handled it better each week.” continuing controlling the ground game, and thus controlling time of possession, should also be a key to Friday’s game against a cedar shoals team that is likely looking to do the same. the Jaguars have been much more ground heavy than the wolves, having put up more than 1,200 yards on the season, paced by sophomore Jerdavian colbert and senior quarterback Jaylan rusher. “we know they want to control the ball and be physical,” appling said of cedar shoals. “but they’re also one of the more athletic teams we’ve seen this season, and their quarterback will be able to either run or pass at any time. so we’ve got to show up in a physical way this week.” Last meeting: buford won 55-6 last year Location: buford High school

GAC AT DAWSON COUNTY

PROVIDENCE AT RIVERSIDE MILITARY

GAC SPARTANS (7-AAA) Coach: tim Hardy Record: 5-1, 2-0 Last week: beat north Hall 45-21

DAWSON COUNTY TIGERS (7-AAA) Coach: sid maxwell Record: 5-1, 2-0 Last week: beat east Hall 52-34

it’s just past midseason, but greater atlanta christian’s clash with dawson county has significant implications. the winner is likely the region 7-aaa champ, a title the spartans are hungry to retain for the sixth straight year. “our players and coaches understand the magnitude of the game and we’re fired up to play a good opponent in a critical matchup,” gac head coach tim Hardy said. “it’s oct. 11, but we all understand the positive implications for the winner. it’s a big game. there’s a lot on the line.” the spartans won 23-20 last year in norcross, but dawson county’s is quite a bit different on offense this season. last year, the tigers were a run-first team. “this year, they are much more diverse — which makes them harder to defend,” Hardy said. “the thing that stands out to me is it’s a really balanced team. they stress you to defend the entire field. as we Montae started to break it down, they have a lot of good players and an ability to attack in a multitude of ways.” Bailey some of the same things can be said about gac. senior quarterback Jackson Hardy has thrown for more than 1,000 yards in six games, and to 15 different receivers. His primary targets have been christian thomas, brooks miller and Jake Hicks. the ground game includes a number of options, led by tyler bride and his 755 yards, montae bailey and tre Henry. bailey also has been a playmaker in the secondary on defense. “defensively, (dawson county) has good team speed,” Hardy said. “they are smart schematically.” both teams have good kickers as well. in the waning seconds of the first half last week, dawson county opted to let caleb bonesteel attempt a 67-yard field goal (three yards longer than the nFl record). it was short, but it speaks to the tigers’ confidence in his leg. gac’s tyler curland is 20 for 20 on point-after attempts and has made the only field goals he’s been asked to take (22 and 20 yards). the junior is averaging almost 55 yards on 25 kickoffs and 37.5 yards on 14 punts. Last meeting: gac won 23-20 last year Location: dawson county

PROVIDENCE CHRISTIAN STORM (8-A) Coach: parker conley Record: 1-4, 0-2 Last week: lost to george walton 44-7

providence christian tackles another spread offense this week at riverside military academy. the storm are looking to get back on track after four straight losses. they won the season opener, but since have faced a number of class a’s top teams. providence worked on correcting some of its mistakes monday but then quickly turned to the installation of new wrinkles to the game plan. “(the eagles) have done a really good job of using their athletes,” storm head coach parker conley said. “we hope we can use our scheme and discipline to counteract that. what it looks like is flying full speed to the ball and making plays in space. “we have to make sure we pressure them. it’s one of those things were we know what’s in front of us, we just have to execute,” Evan providence’s offensive line is getting back to full strength. the storm are employing a twoO’Leary quarterback systems with ryan rose and pierce phillips. running back evan o’leary, who played center against commerce earlier this season when injuries took a toll, rushed for 84 yards last week. “He’s been battling injury, too, but he’s been a workhorse,” conley said. “we want to be able to use a lot of movement pre-snap to see what the defense is going to do, finding match-ups and finding where we can gain leverage.” Last meeting: riverside military won 34-0 last year Location: riverside military academy

TOWNS COUNTY AT HEBRON CHRISTIAN TOWNS COUNTY INDIANS (8-A, DIVISION B) Coach: Jason roquemore Record: 0-6, 0-1 Last week: lost to riverside military academy 66-6

HEBRON CHRISTIAN LIONS (8-A, DIVISION B) Coach: Jeff saturday Record: 3-2, 1-0 Last week: beat lakeview academy 42-7

perhaps the most important thing Hebron christian has going for it Friday is that the team won’t have to load up the bus and take to the road for the first time in nearly a month, and for just the second time all season. “it’s just good to get home, and we’re looking forward to it,” Hebron coach Jeff saturday said. “we’re definitely excited about it and trying to build off last week (in a win over lakeview academy). we definitely want to be more aggressive for our fans. it’s really the first full-length home game we’ve had at home, since the (only other) one was disrupted by weather.” what that lions will try to build further off of Friday is a running game that has gotten plenty of production from the combination of senior winston gassant and junior demetrius rogers running behind a line anchored by senior Jack ihm, which has complemented quarterback colten gauthier Jack Ihm and the passing game. they will try to do so against a towns county team that has struggled to an 0-6 start, and has scored just 45 points on the season. but saturday has implored his team not to underestimate the indians, who are trying to establish a new culture behind first-year coach Jason roquemore. the last thing he wants is for his lions to get off to a slow start and allow towns county to build confidence. “they’ve gotten down (early) in their games, and that makes it hard,” saturday said. “starting fast is so important. other than the first two weeks, when we fell behind clinch county and Holy innocents’, we’ve done a pretty good job of that. but as we’ve seen, it’s hard to (have to) come back all the time because you expend a lot of energy. and the last thing we want to do is underestimate (towns county) because they’re going to battle.” Last meeting: Hebron won 47-0 last year Location: Hebron christian academy

IN BRIEF Alabama earns commitment from Mill Creek’s Goodnight Mill Creek junior Dallis Goodnight announced her commitment Wednesday to the University of Alabama fastpitch softball program. Goodnight, the Hawks’ center fielder, has been a Georgia Athletic Coaches Association All-State selection the past two years. She hit .563 with 20 RBIs, 39 runs and 44 stolen bases last season for a state runner-up team. As a freshman, she hit .495 with 30 runs and 38 stolen bases.

pling earned recent honors from the Touchdown Club of Atlanta. Webb was named the club’s lineman of the week for his play in a win over Clarke Central. Appling was selected as metro Atlanta’s coach of the week after guiding the Wolves to an overtime win over Archer.

Schlicht, Mills named runners of the week

Norcross’ Miguel Schlicht and Parkview’s Claire Mills were named Gwinnett runners of the week by the county’s cross country coaches. Schlicht placed 12th at the Asics Invitational with a time of 15 minutes, 39 seconds, Hawks’ Anthony shaving 37 seconds off his personal best. Mills had a commits to Iowa top-50 finish at the Great Mill Creek senior Keaton American Cross Country Anthony has made a com- Festival’s seeded race with mitment to the University a time of 19:33. of Iowa baseball program. Anthony, a first baseman Lanier runners topple and right-handed pitcher, school marks earned third-team all-county honors from the Daily Lanier’s cross country proPost last season. He hit gram toppled a pair of re.367 with two home runs cords last weekend at the and 23 RBIs as a junior, Asics Invitational. in addition to going 6-4 Senior Luke Cranor’s time on the mound with a 3.13 of 17 minutes, 6 seconds ERA and 59 strikeouts in broke the school record in 62 2/3 innings. the 5K that had stood for nearly four years. The LongWebb, Appling horns’ team average time at the meet was 17:39, breaking honored by TD Club the previous school record Lanier’s Phillip Webb (set earlier this season) by and Buford’s Bryant Ap- almost 20 seconds.

RIVERSIDE MILITARY EAGLES (8-A) Coach: nicholas garrett Record: 3-2, 1-0 Last week: beat towns county 66-6

WESLEYAN AT MOUNT VERNON WESLEYAN WOLVES (5-A) Coach: Franklin pridgen Record: 4-2, 1-2 Last week: lost to elca 54-17

MOUNT VERNON MUSTANGS (5-A) Coach: wayne dabbs Record: 3-3, 1-2 Last week: lost to Holy innocents’ 49-14

wesleyan is coming off losses to two of the best class a teams in the state, Holy innocents’ and eagle’s landing christian. the wolves, themselves ranked no. 2 in the power rankings prior to the region losses, would be unlikely to see elca again until late in the playoffs. “our guys are tired of losing,” head coach Franklin pridgen said. “while our record is good, we don’t like the taste that’s been in our mouths the last couple of weeks. we’re hungry to change that.” the wolves will need a sharp defensive effort against mount Vernon’s wide-open spread, led by quarterback blake Kytle and receiver andrew douglas. both are juniors and rank among the most prolific in their positions in the state. Kytle is second in yards, in any classification, and douglas is fourth. “they line up in some quirky formations,” pridgen said. “their coaching staff puts a lot of pressure on defenses. they put their best players in space and they get them the ball. Collin “they are definitely a pass first team. they are not a downhill run team, which is very different from Conduah the teams we’ve faced the last two weeks.” wesleyan’s defense features a number of players who have been effective bottling up offenses this season. Josh aspinwall (53 tackles), cardo gottlich (38), J.d. chipman (36) and tanner bivins (35) are the wolves’ top tacklers this season. senior two-way lineman collin conduah has been a major factor in the trenches as well. “we feel good about our match-ups, but it’s just a matter of, can we get lined up right and communicate effectively,” pridgen said. “it’s as much about organization as execution. they definitely want to confuse you.” mount Vernon’s defensive coordinator is a former wesleyan assistant and helped the wolves to a state title during his time at the school. “He’s a dear friend and it’s always a little strange to see him on the other sideline,” pridgen said. “i know he’ll have his guys coached up on defense.” When: Friday, 4 p.m. Last meeting: wesleyan won 34-19 last year Location: mount Vernon presbyterian

Meadowcreek inducts three into HOF From staff reports Three former athletes were inducted recently into the Meadowcreek Mustangs Hall of Fame in conjunction with the high school’s homecoming festivities. Wrestler Alex Paucar and football players David Hendrix and Cornell Thomas were the 2019 inductees. Paucar was the first athlete in Meadowcreek history to win an individual state championship in

1989. He won the 103-pound title as a freshman that season, then repeated his feat as a senior with the 125-pound state championship. He was third at state as a sophomore and runner-up as a junior. He also was a three-time county and area champion. Hendrix, an all-county football player and state champion hurdler in track and field, played college football at Georgia Tech and in the NFL for the San Diego Chargers from 1995-

97. In 1990, he won state track titles in both hurdles events. Thomas helped Meadowcreek’s football team to winning seasons his final two years, then played college football at West Georgia. He was Meadowcreek’s first NFL player with the Chargers, helping San Diego to the 1994 AFC title. He played pro football through 1997, when he was with the Scottish Claymores of the World League of American Football.

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From left to right, Meadowcreek’s Cornell Thomas, David Hendrix and Alex Paucar are recognized as inductees into the Meadowcreek Mustangs Hall of Fame.


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Mountain View’s Carter steps up for Georgia Tech By Stan Awtrey Staff Correspondent

Former Mountain View standout Malachi Carter seems to be taking advantage of his opportunity to embrace a more important role at Georgia Tech. The sophomore could be in a position to become the go-to receiver for the Yellow Jackets. Carter has gotten a lot of love from offensive coordinator Dave Patenaude since the spring, when he emerged as one of the team’s top potential targets. There was plenty of concern on The Flats last week when veteran receiver Jalen Camp was ruled out for the season. Even though he had a limited number of receptions in his three-year career, he had the speed and the physical gifts to be a major threat in the new Georgia Tech spread offense. Camp had been struggling with an injury all season and decided to have seasonending surgery a week ago. He will be able to return in 2020, but his absence left the Yellow Jackets with a big hole at wide receiver. And for a team that has struggled offensively, the fears were certainly warranted. But some of those worries were allayed on Saturday. Even though Georgia Tech lost a 38-22 decision to North Carolina, there were signs of an offensive pulse. Specifically, there was encouragement at receiver, where Carter and Adonicas Sanders both stepped up and showed they may able to ease the pain that came from losing Camp. Carter had three catches for 45 yards and one touchdown, a nifty 28-yarder in the end zone. Sanders had three catches for 67 yards, including a 39-yarder that was the longest catch of the day. “(Sanders) goes out there

and competes every single day,” Collins said. “Malachi was out there competing as well. It’s unfortunate that you lose key members to the team, but the next man has got to step up.” It was the second straight week that Carter has come up with three catches, matching his career high. He set a personal-best for yards in a game. His previous longest catch was 11 yards. “We have a great receiving corps and you could see it in the second half,” Carter said. “We started to pick it up a little bit, started to find out what we can do, how we can get down the field. We started to get more comfortable but it’s all going to come from working and getting more reps with James (Graham) starting so we can start off a lot faster than we did.” Graham got his first career start and appeared to grow in the role. He completed 11 of 24 passes for 171 yards and two touchdowns. Depending on how the staff deals with the nagging injuries sustained by Tobias Oliver and the shoulder issues of Lucas Johnson, Graham may become the starting quarterback. Graham effectively spread the ball around. He went to seven different targets for receptions and was active in trying to throw downfield. And he likes the possibilities he sees at among his receivers, including the slotback and the tight ends. “It is exciting to have guys like Malachi, AB (Ahmarean Brown), Adonicas and TD (Tyler Davis) and even the backup tight ends came in a little bit to show what they can do,” Graham said. “We are going to get better every day at practice and the connection is going to get better. It’s all just going to fall together.”

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Georgia defensive end Justin Young tackles Notre Dame running back Tony Jones Jr. during the second half at Sanford Stadium earlier this season.

Young enjoying final season along Georgia defensive line By Stan Awtrey Staff Correspondent

Defensive end Justin Young is happy he remained a Georgia Bulldog. Young, a senior from Grayson High School, was planning to transfer to another school that gave him a better opportunity to play more. But he opted to stay at Georgia and is quite content with the decision. After being redshirted as a freshman, Young played nine games as a redshirt freshman, four games as a sophomore and one game as a junior. With the needle trending in the wrong direction, Young took a look at greener pastures before deciding to stay put for his final season of eligibility. “I love this school,” Young said. “When I first put my name in the transfer portal, I thought it was a good decision. Then I talked about my situation to my family, close friends, my teammates and coaches and I decided that sticking it out here was what was best for me.” Young said the final factor in his choice came down to education. His late grandfather, a strong influence

in his life, always stressed the value of an education and would have wanted him to stay put. “That affected me and my decision to stay,” he said. “It came down to me wanting to put as much value out on the field as I can. So, I decided from there I’d go to every practice and give it everything I had.” Young has played in all five games for the Bulldogs as a reserve. He has four tackles, half a sack and one quarterback pressure. He had two tackles, one for a loss, against Notre Dame. Young and his defensive colleagues are hard at work this week on preparing for South Carolina’s fast-paced attack. The Gamecocks like to push the accelerator and the Bulldogs must be ready to react. “At practice, our guys get periods where we were doing high tempo, right into the play, every 10 seconds – as much as possible,” Young said. “That’s definitely their go-to, trying to get defenses off-balance and stuff like that. At least that’s what we’ve seen in some team film, just them getting other teams’ defenses off balance. We’re trying to prevent that

as much as possible in this week’s practices.” Junior linebacker Walter Grant agreed with his teammate. “They’re really fast, high-tempo,” Grant said. “They throw a lot of different looks at you to try to catch you off guard. We treat every game like it’s a rival game. You’re going to get out best every time we step out onto the field.” Smart said the Bulldogs are focused on cutting down on penalties for Saturday’s home game against South Carolina. Georgia is averaging 69.2 yards in penalties per game. Georgia had 11 penalties for 107 yards last week against Tennessee. “Penalties are an interesting stat, because when you look at the history of football, the teams that win the most are not the least penalized,” Smart said. “A lot of times they’re the aggressive teams. You don’t want to be last, either. It hasn’t been a trait we’ve had, is undisciplined penalties, and we’ve got to prevent those.” The Bulldogs are off to a 5-0 start for the fifth consecutive season and have won 15 straight games against teams from the SEC Eastern Division.

Smart, Muschamp reunite in SEC clash Field Level Media

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North Carolina defensive back Greg Ross (10) is blocked by Georgia Tech wide receiver Malachi Carter during the first half of last week’s game at Bobby Dodd Stadium.

There are numerous examples of SEC coaches whose paths have crossed during their careers. The relationship between Georgia’s Kirby Smart and South Carolina’s Will Muschamp is one of the more unique. Both head coaches are graduates of Georgia, former teammates who also coached together as assistants at two other programs. In fact, Muschamp gave Smart his first full-time coaching gig while the former was the defensive coordinator at Valdosta State. They joined forces once again as assistants on Nick Saban’s staff at LSU. The two will oppose each other Saturday when No. 3 Georgia (5-0, 2-0) hosts South Carolina (2-3, 1-2) in Athens. “Where we became closer was the opportunity he gave me to come to Valdosta State, and we worked

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Georgia coach Kirby Smart and South Carolina coach Will Muschamp shake hands at the end of their game in Athens during the 2017 season. together there, and then we worked together at LSU, and those two years we spent in the same staff, we probably bonded more than we did while we were here (at Georgia),” Smart said. “He’s always been a very intense coach, a good football coach. I think he does a good job running the program, and that has allowed us to share information when

possible, when it’s not about scheme and it’s more about philosophy. He has been a good friend. I’ve got a lot of respect for him.” Muschamp feels the same. “We’ve been good friends for a long time, regardless of the circumstances, like when I was the defensive coordinator at Auburn and he was the defensive coordinator at Alabama,” Mus-

champ said. “There’s a lot of respect on both ends.” Georgia is rolling after throttling Tennessee last weekend 43-14. The Bulldogs’ offense — averaging 42.8 points per game — is led by quarterback Jake Fromm (86 of 111 for 1,076 yards, eight touchdowns and no interceptions) and D’Andre Swift (460 rushing yards, 7.0 per carry). One of Smart’s goals? Getting off to a faster start than the Bulldogs did last week at Tennessee, when the Volunteers jumped out to a 14-10 lead before Georgia roared back for the win. “Maybe we’ve got to do a better job as coaches of preparing them early in the game,” Smart said. “When you’re a good defense, I do think that you don’t see the same things. You see different stuff because they’re trying to generate plays against you, and that’s been the case for us, but we’ve got to do a better job starting off for sure.”

Third-down defense a focus for struggling Georgia Tech By Stan Awtrey Staff Correspondent

Third downs were not kind to the Georgia Tech defense last week, leaving defensive coordinator Andrew Thacker another item to add to his checklist in preparation for the road game at Duke. This week the Yellow Jackets spent a lot of time working on third-down defensive situations. In last week’s loss to North Carolina, Georgia Tech was able to put the Tar Heels in some difficult downand-distance situations, but couldn’t close the deal with a stop on third down. North Carolina was 11-for19 on third down and 1-for-1

on fourth downs. Six times Georgia Tech was unable to stop the Heels when it was third-and-9 or more. “I wish it was one thing. It was not,” Thacker said. “From play calling to the individual execution it wasn’t one thing. … We’re excited to get them in third-and-long. We had been good in third-and-long and that was disappointing. We hit the quarterback. We just couldn’t finish.” Duke quarterback Quentin Harris will be a challenge for the defense this week. He has thrown for 1,007 yards and 11 touchdowns and rushed for 342 yards and four touchdowns. He is the latest quarterback to

benefit from the tutelage of Duke coach David Cutcliffe. Duke averages 32.8 points, fifth-best in the conference. “It’s always a challenge,” Thacker said. “Even when the play breaks down, they can extend the play. We have to be very conscious of it.” The Yellow Jackets (1-4, 0-2 ACC) will try to stop a threegame losing streak against Duke (3-2, 1-1) on Saturday at 12:30 p.m. This is the first of a two-game road swing. Georgia Tech plays four of its final five games at home. This will be the 87th meeting between Duke and Georgia Tech. The two teams have played each year since 1933 and Georgia Tech has only

had more games against Auburn (92) and Georgia (113). Duke has won four of the last five meetings. One of the promises made by the new Georgia Tech regime when it was introduced last spring was the concept of creating turnovers. Picking off passes and knocking balls loose would become a calling card for the team. That’s why someone dubbed Geoff Collins as “The Minister of Mayhem” when he was coordinator at Florida. But that hasn’t exactly been the case this year. Through the first five game, Georgia Tech has created eight turnovers — five interceptions and three turnovers. Three

of those came in the season opener against Clemson, when they had little impact on the outcome. Collins understands the need for the turnovers. They not only stop the opposition, but can also flip the field and give the offense a better opportunity to score. “That’s what we talk about every single day,” Collins said. “Coach (Andrew) Thacker and the defensive staff do a great job. It’s every single meeting and every single day, coach Thacker talks about it. He points out strip attempts. He points out things we need to do to create turnovers.” Collins said the Temple team he coached a year ago was among

the top three in the country at creating turnovers and was adept at defensive score. “So that’s part of our DNA,” Collins said. It’s just going to take some time before it becomes ingrained in the culture at Georgia Tech. The defense has had to make numerous adjustments and is working with a near-new set of defensive linemen. There have been growing pains, but Collins said the idea to stress turnovers has never changed. “There’s been so many things that we’ve had to change and fix and adjust in this transformation and we don’t want anything that’s really important to get lost in the shuffle,” Collins said.


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CONSTRUCTION/ SERVICE BIDS ADVERTISEMENT FOR QUALIFICATION PACKAGES Construction Engineering & Inspection (CE&I) and Materials Testing for Construction of Rogers Bridge Over the Chattahoochee River CITY OF DULUTH, GWINNETT COUNTY The City of Duluth is seeking professional services for construction engineering & inspection, and materials testing for the replacement of Rogers Bridge over the Chattahoochee River. The City intends to select a single consulting firm/team through the qualification based selection process, and intends to execute a single contract (not to exceed 5 years) with the selected firm/prime for services to be provided. The selected firm will work and coordinate with the City of Duluth and the Georgia Department of Transportation throughout the life of the project. The selected firm/ team will be expected to provide services in accordance with the project schedule established by the City of Duluth, the Georgia Department of Transportation, and the bridge construction contractor. An Offeror’s Conference will be held on October 4, 2019 at 9:00 am in the second floor executive conference room of Duluth City Hall, 3167 Main Street, Duluth, GA 30096. Sealed qualification packages will be received no later than 2 pm on October 23, 2019 at the office of the City Clerk in Duluth City Hall, 3167 Main Street, Duluth, GA 30096. There will be no formal public opening for this solicitation. Copies of the Request for Qualification (RFQ) documents will be available on September 20, 2019, and may be downloaded from the City of Duluth website at www.duluthga.net or from the State Procurement Registry at https://ssl.doas. state.ga.us/PRSapp/ Proposal documents may be examined at the following location: City of Duluth, Planning and Development Department 3167 Main Street, 2nd floor Duluth, GA 30096 (770) 476-1970 (770) 814-3008–fax The city seeks to ensure that all segments of the business community have access to supplying the services needed by city programs. The city affirmatively works to encourage utilization of disadvantaged and minority business enterprises in our procurement activities. The city provides equal business opportunity for all businesses and does not discriminate against any persons regardless of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin or handicap. The city reserves the right to cancel this procurement at any time if it is in the best interest of the City. 9 0 2 - 6 1 4 8 4 4 , 9/20,27,10/4,11,18 ADVERTISEMENT FOR PROPOSALS RFP SW19-002 Stormwater Utility On-Call Contractor(s) CITY OF DULUTH, GWINNETT COUNTY The City of Duluth is seeking multiple contractors to perform various Stormwater related services on an on-call basis. Anticipated services include: Hydrovac and CCTV Services, Trenchless Pipe Repair, and Other Repair and Maintenance Projects. A non-mandatory Pre-Proposal Conference will be held at 9:00am, October 22, 2019 at the City of Duluth, in the second floor Executive Conference Room of City Hall, 3167 Main Street, Duluth, Georgia, 30096. The conference will include a review of the proposal documents, and a question and answer period. Sealed Proposals for RFP SW19-002, Stormwater Utility On-Call Contractor(s) will be received by the City, no later than 2:00pm, November 11, 2019. Proposals will be opened publicly at 2:05pm on November 11, 2019, in the same location as the pre-proposal conference listed above. Copies of the Request for Proposal (RFP) documents will be available on October 11, 2019, and may be downloaded from the City of Duluth website at www.duluthga.net or from the State Procurement Registry at https://ssl.doas.state.ga.us/ PRSapp/ Proposal documents may be examined at the following location: City of Duluth, Planning and Development Department 3167 Main Street, 2nd floor Duluth, GA 30096 (770) 476-1970 (770) 814-3008–fax The city seeks to ensure that all segments of the business community have access to supplying the services needed by city programs. The city affirmatively works to encourage utilization of disadvantaged and minority business enterprises in our procurement activities. The city provides equal business opportunity for all businesses and does not discriminate against any persons regardless of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin or handicap. The city reserves the right to cancel this procurement at any time if it is in the best interest of the City. 9 0 2 - 6 1 8 3 0 1 , 10/11,18,25,11/1

NAME CHANGES SUPERIOR COURT OF GWINNETT COUNTY STATE OF GEORGIA In re the Name Change of Danielle Corinne Concordia ____ (alias), Petitioner. Civil Action File No. 19-A-09545-5 NOTICE OF PETITION TO CHANGE NAME OF ADULT A

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An action was filed in the Superior court of Gwinnett County on 20 Sept 2019, to change the Petitioner’s name as follows: Petitioner’s name: Danielle Corinne Concordia Desired new name: Corinne Kumiko Concordia Any interested party has the right to appear in this case and file objection before the final judgment is ordered in this case. Dated: 9/20/2019 /s/ Danielle Corinne Concordia Petitioner Pro se Name: Danielle Corinne Concordia Address: 136 Arbour Run Suwanee, GA 30024 9 1 6 - 6 1 6 6 0 4 , 10/11,16,23,30

the Atlanta Air Protection Branch office. There will be a copying charge of $0.10 per page. Copies will be made on a first-come, first-served basis. Files are available for review and copying 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday–Friday, excluding holidays. You are hereby notified of the opportunity to submit written public comments concerning the draft Title V Air Quality Operating Permit. Persons wishing to comment on the draft Title V Operating Permit are required to submit their comments, in writing, to EPD at the above Atlanta Air Protection Branch address, or via email to epdcomments@dnr.ga.gov (email comments must include the facility name and “Air Permit” in subject line). Comments must be received by the EPD no later than 30 days after the date on which this notice is published in the newspaper. (Should the comment period end on a weekend or holiday, comments will be accepted up until the next working day.) The Division, in making its final decision to issue the Title V permit, will consider all comments received on or prior to that date. Any requests for a public hearing must be made within the 30-day public comment period. A request for a hearing should be in writing and should specify, in as much detail as possible, the air quality related issues that constitute the basis for the request. Where possible, the individual making the request should also identify the portion(s) of the Georgia Rules for Air Quality Control and/or the Federal Rules that the individual making the request is concerned may not have been adequately incorporated into the draft permit. If a public hearing on the draft Title V Operating Permit is to be held, the date, time, and location of the hearing will be provided in a subsequent, separate public notice. At that hearing, anyone may present data, make a statement or comment, or offer a viewpoint or argument either orally or in writing concerning the draft Title V permit. During the Division’s decision-making procedures to issue the Title V permit, any information received during a public hearing will be considered together with information received during the comment period. Following this 30 day public comment period, the draft permit will undergo a 45 day review by U.S. EPA in accordance with 40 CFR 70.8. Information pertaining to U.S. EPA’s review period can be found on their website at https://www.epa.gov/ caa-permitting/georgia-proposed-title-v-permits. After the comment period has expired, the EPD will consider all comments, make any necessary changes, and issue the Title V Operating Permit. Copies of the final Title V Operating Permit, comments received, EPD’s responses to comments, and any other relevant information will then be made available for public review during normal business hours at the office of the Air Protection Branch. A summary of comments and any changes made to the final permit will be found in an addendum to the narrative. A copy of this narrative and the final Title V permit will be added to the information already available at the internet address given above. For additional information, contact the manager of the Stationary Source Permitting Program, at the Atlanta address, or by phone at 404/363-7000. Please refer to this notice when requesting information. You can sign up to receive weekly emails regarding Air Public Notices at https://epd.georgia.gov/ subscribe-air-protectionbranch-updates 928-617751, 10/11

PUBLIC HEARINGS NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION: The following vehicle was declared abandoned and foreclosed, pursuant to OCGA section 40-11-5, will be up for public auction at DANZ Auto Repair, 5402 Jimmy Carter Blvd, Norcross, Ga 20093, on 10/19/2019 at 10:00 am. 2005 HONDA CIVIC LX VIN: 2HGES16645H572081 928-616431,10/4, 11 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on October 24, 2019, at 1:30 o’clock p.m., in courtroom 1B, at the Gwinnett County Justice and Administration Center, 75 Langley Drive S.W., Lawrenceville, Georgia 30046, Judge Karen E. Beyers of the Superior Court of Gwinnett County will hear the case of STATE OF GEORGIA vs. DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF GWINNETT COUNTY and CF ARAPAIMA ATL LLC, Civil Action File No. 19A10220-5 in the Superior Court of Gwinnett County, the same being a proceeding to confirm and validate a Taxable Revenue Bond (CF Arapaima ATL LLC Project), Series 2019 (the “Bond”), in a maximum principal amount of $135,000,000, to be issued by the Development Authority of Gwinnett County (the “Issuer”) pursuant to the terms of a resolution adopted by the Issuer in order to develop, promote and expand, for the public good and general welfare, industry, and create jobs within the area of operation of the Issuer within Gwinnett County (the “County”). The Bond is to be issued for the purpose of acquiring a capital project consisting of land located in the County, together with leasehold improvements, building fixtures, and building equipment to be constructed and installed thereon (collectively, the “Project”). The Project is to be leased to CF Arapaima ATL LLC, a Delaware limited liability company (the “Company”), and subleased to Amazon.com Services, Inc., a Delaware corporation (the “Operator”), for use by the Operator as a warehouse and distribution facility. In such proceeding, the Court will also (a) hear and determine the validity of instruments relating to and providing security for the Bond, and (b) hear and determine such other questions of law and fact pertaining to the right of the Issuer to issue the Bond and to provide the security therefor. The Bond shall be a special and limited obligation of the Issuer, payable from funds provided by the Company or its successors, shall not be payable from taxes or other public funds, and NO PERFORMANCE AUDIT OR PERFORMANCE REVIEW SHALL BE CONDUCTED WITH RESPECT TO SUCH BOND ISSUE. Any citizen of the State of Georgia residing in Gwinnett County or any other person wherever residing who has a right to object, may intervene and become a party to these proceedings. Nhou Vang for Richard T. Alexander, Jr., Clerk, Superior Court of Gwinnett County 928-618646, 10/11,16 NOTICE OF THE OPPORTUNITY FOR PUBLIC COMMENT GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION DIVISION AIR PROTECTION BRANCH STATE OF GEORGIA COUNTY OF GWINNETT NOTICE OF DRAFT TITLE V OPERATING PERMIT To All Interested Parties: The Georgia Environmental Protection Division announces its intent to issue a Title V Air Quality Operating Permit to AGCO, Inc. The facility is located at 2782 Simpson Circle, Norcross, Georgia. The primary purpose of this permit is to identify and consolidate existing State and Federal air requirements applicable to AGCO, Inc. and to provide practical methods for determining compliance with these requirements. The Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) is preparing Title V Operating Permits in accordance with Title V of the Clean Air Act. This permit will be enforceable by the Georgia EPD, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and other persons as otherwise authorized by law. The operation of a fiberglass and cultured marble products manufacturing facility. The draft permit and all information used to develop the draft permit are available for review. This includes the application and all other relevant materials available to the permitting authority. This information is available for review at the office of the Air Protection Branch, 4244 International Parkway, Atlanta Tradeport–Suite 120, Atlanta, Georgia 30354. Copies of the draft permit, narrative, and permit application will be available through our internet site https://epd.georgia.gov/ draft-title-v-permitsamendments. (Please note that the Internet is generally accessible from most public libraries in Georgia.) If copies are desired, a copying machine for public use is provided by EPD at t

PUBLIC SALES/ AUCTIONS There will be sold at public outcry for cash at Willard Wrecker Service, 719 Shadburn Avenue, Buford, GA 30518, on Saturday, October 12, 2019 at 11:00 AM the following vehicles declared abandoned or foreclosed vehicles pursuant to O.C.G.A Section 40-11-05, as follows: # Ye a r Make Model VIN 1 1992 BMW 525i WBAHJ6312NGD21785 2 1994 Pontiac Grand Prix 1G2WJ52M2RF270107 3 2008 Toyota Avalon 4T1BK36B18U299253 4 2007 Nissan Altima 1N4AL21EX7N431871 5 2008 BMW 550i WBANW53518CT52178 6 2008 Chrysler Sebring 1C3LC56R58N130446 7 2005 Honda Civic 1HGEM22635L079730 8 1997 Honda CR-V JHLRD1847VC010915 9 2008 Chrysler 300 2C3LA53G68H253173 10 2004 Ford Explorer 1FMZU63K44ZA73316 11 2006 Dodge Caravan 1D4GP25R86B659778 12 2005 Dodge Durango 1D4HD48N45F622851 13 1999 Ford Ranger 1FTYR10C6XTA08587 14 2000 Ford Explorer 1FMZU63P7YZC67341 15 2003 Chevrolet Impala 2G1WH52K739289119 16 2004 Nissan Sentra 3N1CB51D84L479480 17 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix 1G2WP52K21F209860 18 2001 Chevrolet Monte Carlo 2G1WX15K119341915 19 1996 Honda Civic 1HGEJ8246TL068275 20 2004 Chevrolet Trailblazer

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1GNDT13S742368057 21 1999 Saturn SC1 1G8ZE1288XZ155431 22 2006 Ford Taurus 1FAFP56U26A254718 23 2008 Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid 1GNFC13568R206744 24 2014 Dodge Journey 3C4PDCBG7ET283571 25 2005 Acura TSX JH4CL96805C016239 26 1990 Chevrolet C1500 1GCDC14H8LZ167592 27 2008 Mini Cooper S WMWMF73548TV35016 28 2015 Chrysler 200 1C3CCCAB4FN598843 29 2003 BMW Z 4 4USBT33413LS40834 30 2002 Dodge Ram 1500 1D7HA18N82J149927 31 1998 Subaru Forester JF1SF6352WH713726 32 2015 Chevrolet Malibu 1G11C5SL2FF100311 33 2000 Honda Civic 2HGEJ8642YH601964 34 2012 Kia Forte KNAFU4A20C5633950 35 2005 Honda Civic Hybrid JHMES95665S007921 36 1997 Infiniti Q45 JNKBY31AXVM304123 37 2007 Toyota Camry 4T1BE46K67U546293 38 2000 Lexus RX 300 JT6GF10U7Y0052024 39 2015 Ford Focus 1FADP3E29FL345680 40 2002 Toyota Camry 4T1BE32K12U547117 41 2003 Volkswagen New Beetle 3VWDD21Y93M320731 42 1997 Cadillac deVille 1G6KD52Y8VU206280 43 2004 Honda Odyssey 5FNRL18614B094216 44 2009 Toyota Camry 4T1BE46K79U290698 45 2005 Acura T L 19UUA66255A019771 46 2010 Dodge Charger 2B3CA4CD2AH306227 47 2010 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 3GCRKSEA9AG126742 48 2002 Chevrolet Ta h o e 1GNEK13V42J143017 49 1996 Acura Integra JH4DB764XTS011349 50 2004 Mazda Mazda3 JM1BK143041153474 51 2000 Chevrolet Express 1GCGG25R0Y1180017 52 2002 Dodge Ram 1500 1D7HU18N22J263574 53 2008 Volkswagen J e t t a 3VWRJ71K58M129273 54 2012 Chevrolet Equinox 2GNALBEKXC1328818 55 1998 Subaru Forrester JF1SF6352WH713726 56 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse 4A3AE35G41E006639 57 2010 Chrysler PT Cruiser 3A4GY5F98AT218289 58 2001 Buick Park Avenue 1G4CW54KX14170537 59 1998 GMC Sierra K3 500 1GTHK33J3WF065790 60 1996 Chrysler Concorde 2C3HD56T7TH179521 61 2007 Honda Accord 1HGCM564X7A109886 62 1992 Honda Accord 1HGCB7654NA129638 63 1997 Honda Accord 1HGCD5566VA078085 929-617535,10/4,11

NOTICE There will be sold at public outcry for cash at Willard Wrecker Service, 719 Shadburn Avenue, Buford, GA 30518, on Saturday, October 26, 2019 at 11:00 AM the following vehicles declared abandoned or foreclosed vehicles pursuant to O.C.G.A Section 40-11-05, as follows: # Year Make Model VIN 1 2011 Chevrolet Impala 2G1WB5EK8B1143001 2 2004 Hyundai Accent KMHCG35C04U285564 3 1996 Toyota Corolla 2T1BB02E7TC154601 4 1994 Acura Integra JH4DC444XRS040292 5 2005 Dodge Caravan 1D4GP45R15B193296 6 1988 Chevrolet Caprice 1G1BU51H5JA153203 7 2011 Chevrolet Cruze 1G1PE5S95B7286164 8 2009 Ford Escape 1FMCU02799KC85046 9 2004 Ford Escape 1FMYU02184KB41126 10 2001 Mercury Sable 1MEFM50U01G630011 11 1996 Ford Ranger 1FTCR14A4TPA63531 12 2014 Chevrolet Cruze 1G1PA5SH6E7102762 13 2009 Mini Cooper S WMWMF73509TW84749 14 2007 Dodge Dakota 1D7HE22K17S243089 15 2013 Nissan Sentra 3N1AB7AP4DL650528 16 1998 Acura Integra JH4DB7569WS000737 17 2003 Infiniti G35 JNKCV51E03M015518 18 2 007 Civic Honda 2HGFG12897H560511 19 2009 Nissan Murano JN8AZ18U39W003710 20 2013 Hyundai Elantra KMHDH4AE4DU620968 21 1999 Toyota Camry 4T1BG28K0XU460649 22 1990 Toyota Camry 4T1SV24E9LU277217 23 2006 Ford Taurus 1FAFP56UX6A220008 24 2001 Chevrolet Impala 2G1WF52E019235030 25 2004 Honda Pilot 2HKYF18664H562381 26 2005 Nissan Sentra 3N1CB51D55L547607 27 2002 Dodge Caravan 1B4GP25372B576276 28 2014 Volkswagen J e t t a 3VW2K7AJXEM383286 29 1995 Toyota Corolla 2T1AE09B7SC121594 30 2004 Chevrolet Trailblazer EXT 1GNES16S546112415 31 2015 Chevrolet Cruze 1G1PE5SB3F7142430 33 2005 Hyundai Sonata KMHWF25H75A183297 34 2001 Infiniti I30 JNKCA31A71T001969 35 2003 Dodge Grand Caravan 2D4GP44303R160348 36 1996 Toyota Tercel JT2AC52LXT0126699 37 2005 Ford Taurus 1FAFP53U05A100916 38 2005 Chevrolet Malibu Maxx 1G1ZT64845F108684 39 2009 Chevrolet HHR 3GNCA23B89S639811 40 2004 Toyota Camry Solara 4T1CE38P04U886672 41 2005 Nissan Sentra 3N1CB51D05L572995 42 2006 Ford Expedition 1FMFU20536LA81794 43 2010 Chevrolet Malibu 1G1ZD5E08AF325603 44 2005 Nissan Altima 1N4AL11D35N429328 45 2005 Dodge Magnum 2D4FV48T15H161528 46 2013 Dodge Dart 1C3CDFCH1DD176225 47 1998 Acura 2.3 CL 19UYA3148WL009105 48 1998 Volkswagen New Beetle 2VWBB61C5WM022142 49 2011 Dodge Caravan 2D4RN4DG2BR601395 50 2004 Dodge Neon 1B3ES56C64D521108 51 1995 Chrysler Lebaron 1C3EU4536SF644787 929-618556, 10/11,18

Chevrolet Aveo KL1TD6DE0BB124987 10 2001 Acura 3.2 TL 19UUA56631A030906 11 1995 Cadillac Seville 1G6KY5290SU835492 12 2013 Nissan Sentra 3N1AB7AP9DL721500 13 2003 Honda Accord 1HGCM665X3A044062 14 2002 Dodge Grand Caravan 2B4GP34352R754520 15 2001 Lincoln Town Car 1LNHM82W81Y682146 16 2005 Scion TC J T K DE177X50020588 17 2002 Mazda MPV JM3LW28J420319027 18 2000 Mercedes-Benz E430 W D B JF70J7YB126472 19 1995 Ford Ranger 1FTCR10A0SPA33205 20 2004 Nissan Sentra 3N1CB51D64L903593 21 1994 Chevrolet G10 Van 1GCDG15ZXRF118514 22 2008 Nissan Altima 1N4BL21E78N450061 23 1993 Honda Civic JHMEG8655PS009440 24 2004 Nissan Xterra 5N1ED28T74C636905 25 2012 Ford Fusion 3FAHP0HA9CR242596 26 2001 Ford Taurus 1FAFP56S01A218145 27 2001 BMW 740iL WBAGH83491DP24491 28 2008 Pontiac G 6 1G2ZH57N484115739 29 2011 Nissan V ersa 3N1BC1CP3BL476976 30 1997 Utility Trailer 1UYVS2535VM227202 31 2000 Lexus ES300 JT8BF28G1Y0268179 32 2006 Jeep Commander 1J8HH48NX6C145792 33 2011 International 4 3 0 0 1HTMMAAM2BH283361 34 1997 Great Dane Trailer 1GRAA9623VB075002 35 2005 Pacifica Chrysler 2C4GM68455R509298 36 2004 BMW 530i WBANA73534B060705 37 2012 Chevrolet Cruze 1G1PC5SH1C7208253 38 2013 Chevrolet Malibu 1G11C5SAXDF182977 39 2009 Chevrolet Malibu 1G1ZH57B29F114136 40 2006 Honda Odyssey 5FNRL38766B459318 41 2000 GMC Jimmy 1GKCS13W7Y2235903 42 2003 Suzuki SV1000 JS1VT54A932100808 43 2005 Infiniti FX35 JNRAS08U45X107718 44 2000 Pontiac Grand Am 1G2NW52E7YM800300 45 2007 Honda Fit JHMGD38647S053200 46 1998 Toyota Camry 4T1BG22K6WU234509 47 2016 Jeep Patriot 1C4NJPFA1GD561516 48 2003 Honda Odyssey 5FNRL18593B106277 49 2001 BMW X 5 WBAFA53521LM68367 50 2004 GMC Envoy XL 1GKET16S746231268 51 2001 Lexus ES 300 JT8BF28G310302905 52 2006 Honda Accord 1HGCM56806A156846 53 2003 Nissan Xter ra 5N1ED28T93C670908 54 2003 Kawasaki ZX636 JKBZXJB1X3A009940 55 2001 Acura 3.2 TL 19UUA56621A034669 56 1999 Toyota Camry 4T1BG22KXXU569256 57 2003 Honda Odyssey 5FNRL18613B019580 58 2006 Acura MDX 2HNYD188X6H532359 59 2006 Ford Crown Victoria 2FAFP74V46X110733 60 2012 Ford Fusion 3FAHP0HA6CR356801 61 1998 Chevrolet C1500 2GCEC19R3W1204938 62 1997 Toyota Camry JT2BG22KXV0020853 63 2000 Dodge Dakota 1B7GL22X7YS712534 64 2001 Ford Explorer 1FMZU63E21ZA22063 65 2005 Dodge Magnum 2D8GV58225H660533 66 2008 Saturn Aura 1G8ZS57N68F140718 67 2004 Honda Accord 3HGCM56374G705591 68 2011 Mazda CX-7 JM3ER2B56B0365132 69 2003 Honda Civic 2HGES26713H575449 70 1996 Saturn SL2 1G8ZK5272TZ387816 71 2000 Honda Accord 1HGCG5558YA073943 72 2003 Acura MDX 2HNYD18813H505644 73 2000 Chevrolet Suburban 3GNEC16T3YG135251 74 2001 BMW 325Ci WBABN33481JW47331 75 1999 Toyota 4Runner JT3GN87R0X0133505 80 2002` Acura 3.2 TL

19UUA56642A014974 81 2008 Kia Rio KNADE163186371572 82 2000 Oldsmobile A l e r o 1G3NL52T9YC408802 83 2000 Honda Civic 1HGFA16588L018581 84 2009 Kia Spectra KNAFE221295595931 85 2001 Nissan Altima 1N4DL01D11C194618 86 2006 Chevrolet Malibu Maxx 1G1ZT61856F220044 87 2008 BMW 328I WBAVC57508NK77982 88 2006 Dodge Magnum SXT 2D4FV47V86H131124 89 1997 Honda Civic 1HGEJ8146VL032963 90 2008 Honda Civic 1HGFA16588L018581 929-617531,10/4,11

10 2001 Acura 3.2 TL 19UUA56631A030906 11 1995 Cadillac Seville 1G6KY5290SU835492 12 2013 Nissan Sentra 3N1AB7AP9DL721500 13 2003 Honda Accord 1HGCM665X3A044062 14 2002 Dodge Grand Caravan 2B4GP34352R754520 15 2001 Lincoln Town Car 1LNHM82W81Y682146 16 2005 Scion TC J T K DE177X50020588 17 2002 Mazda MPV JM3LW28J420319027 18 2000 Mercedes-Benz E430 W D B JF70J7YB126472 19 1995 Ford Ranger 1FTCR10A0SPA33205 20 2004 Nissan Sentra 3N1CB51D64L903593 21 1994 Chevrolet G10 Van 1GCDG15ZXRF118514 22 2008 Nissan Altima 1N4BL21E78N450061 23 1993 Honda Civic JHMEG8655PS009440 24 2004 Nissan Xterra 5N1ED28T74C636905 25 2012 Ford Fusion 3FAHP0HA9CR242596 26 2001 Ford Taurus 1FAFP56S01A218145 27 2001 BMW 740iL WBAGH83491DP24491 28 2008 Pontiac G 6 1G2ZH57N484115739 29 2011 Nissan Ve r s a 3N1BC1CP3BL476976 30 1997 Utility Trailer 1UYVS2535VM227202 31 2000 Lexus ES300 JT8BF28G1Y0268179 32 2006 Jeep Commander 1J8HH48NX6C145792 33 2011 International 4 3 0 0 1HTMMAAM2BH283361 34 1997 Great Dane Trailer 1GRAA9623VB075002 35 2005 Pacifica Chrysler 2C4GM68455R509298 36 2004 BMW 530i WBANA73534B060705 37 2012 Chevrolet Cruze 1G1PC5SH1C7208253 38 2013 Chevrolet Malibu 1G11C5SAXDF182977 39 2009 Chevrolet Malibu 1G1ZH57B29F114136 40 2006 Honda Odyssey 5FNRL38766B459318 41 2000 GMC Jimmy 1GKCS13W7Y2235903 42 2003 Suzuki SV1000 JS1VT54A932100808 43 2005 Infiniti FX35 JNRAS08U45X107718 44 2000 Pontiac Grand Am 1G2NW52E7YM800300 45 2007 Honda Fit JHMGD38647S053200 46 1998 Toyota Camry 4T1BG22K6WU234509 47 2016 Jeep Patriot 1C4NJPFA1GD561516 48 2003 Honda Odyssey 5FNRL18593B106277 49 2001 BMW X 5 WBAFA53521LM68367 50 2004 GMC Envoy XL 1GKET16S746231268 51 2001 Lexus ES 300 JT8BF28G310302905 52 2006 Honda Accord 1HGCM56806A156846 53 2003 Nissan Xterra 5N1ED28T93C670908 54 200 3 Kawasaki ZX636 JKBZXJB1X3A009940 55 2001 Acura 3.2 TL 19UUA56621A034669 56 1999 Toyota Camry 4T1BG22KXXU569256 57 2003 Honda Odyssey 5FNRL18613B019580 58 2006 Acura MDX 2HNYD188X6H532359 59 2006 Ford Crown Victoria 2FAFP74V46X110733 60 2012 Ford Fusion 3FAHP0HA6CR356801 61 1998 Chevrolet C1500 2GCEC19R3W1204938 62 1997 Toyota Camry JT2BG22KXV0020853 63 2000 Dodge Dakota 1B7GL22X7YS712534 64 2001 Ford Explorer 1FMZU63E21ZA22063 65 2005 Dodge Magnum 2D8GV58225H660533 66 2008 Saturn Aura 1G8ZS57N68F140718 67 2004 Honda Accord 3HGCM56374G705591 68 2011 Mazda CX-7 JM3ER2B56B0365132 69 2003 Honda Civic 2HGES26713H575449 70 1996 Saturn SL2 1G8ZK5272TZ387816 71 2000 Honda Accord 1HGCG5558YA073943 72 2003 Acura MDX 2HNYD18813H505644 73 2000 Chevrolet Suburban 3GNEC16T3YG135251 74 2001 BMW 325Ci WBABN33481JW47331 75 1999 Toyota 4Runner JT3GN87R0X0133505 80 2002` Acura 3.2 TL 19UUA56642A014974 81 2008

Kia Rio KNADE163186371572 82 2000 Oldsmobile A l e r o 1G3NL52T9YC408802 83 2000 Honda Ci v i c 1HGFA16588L018581 84 2009 Kia Spectra KNAFE221295595931 85 2001 Nissan Altima 1N4DL01D11C194618 86 2006 Chevrolet Malibu Maxx 1G1ZT61856F220044 87 2008 BMW 328I WBAVC57508NK77982 88 2006 Dodge Magnum SXT 2D4FV47V86H131124 89 1997 Honda Civic 1HGEJ8146VL032963 90 2008 Honda Civic 1HGFA16588L018581 929-618558, 10/11,18

NOTICE Pleasantdale Storage of Doraville shall conduct an online auction on www. selfstorageauctions.com to conclude at Monday October 21st, 2019 at 8am Unit #324/325 – Eushin C. Sands–Unit said to contain: Store Fixtures, Marketing Signs, Light Fixtures, Display cabinets, old articles, newspaper, Boxes, Shelves, Maceys Bags, Broom, Desk, End Tables Unit #B53- Michael A Williams–Unit said to contain: Boxes, Tv’s, Bikes Unit #142/143 – Phillip Robinson–Unit said to contain: 2 Single Couches, 5 Mattresses, Boxes, Pads, Bed Rails, Mini Refrigerator Unit #B9 – Giuseppe Beltran-Araya–Unit said to contain: Cat cage, extension, Trash bags, Boxes, Tires, Luggage, Hillman tools. 929-614851, 10/4,11 PUBLIC SALE NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE TO BE HELD FOR BUFORD SUPERIOR SELF STORAGE AT: WWW.BID13.COM 770-945-6833, Fax 770-945-6833 On October 25th, 2019 at 12:00 p.m., the following unit’s content will be sold in Accordance with the GA Self Storage Facility Act of 2013 AT www.storageauctions.com UNIT No. and Contents: 810 – Amie Gearin Misc. Household items. 334– Randall Mewborn Misc. Household items 655 – Rita Sweet Misc. Household Items 606- April or Chris McCleary Misc. Household Items, Clothing Units can be viewed at www.storageauctions.com starting October 2nd 2019, and will be sold to the highest bidder on 10/25/19. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO WITHDRAW UNITS FROM THE SALE AND REJECT BIDS. UNITS MUST BE CLEANED AND VACATED WITHIN 48 HOURS. CASH OR CREDIT CARD SALE ONLY. NO CHECKS. 929-617589, 10/11,18

There will be sold at public outcry for cash at Willard Wrecker Service, 719 Shadburn Avenue, Buford, GA 30518, on Saturday, October 19, 2019 at 11:00 AM the following vehicles declared abandoned or foreclosed vehicles pursuant to O.C.G.A Section 40-11-05, as follows: # Ye a r Make Model VIN 1 2007 Chevrolet Colorado 1GCDT13E778215666 2 2007 Chevrolet Avalanche 3GNEC12017G142127 3 2004 Kia Sorento KNDJD733545226664 4 2014 RAM Ram 1500 1C6RR6GT3ES268916 5 2006 Buick Lucerne 1G4HP57226U148229 6 2002 Mercedes-Benz E320 W D B JF65J32B397894 7 2009 Chevrolet Malibu 1G1ZG57B49F102654 8 1991 Acura Legend JH4KA7672MC028937 9 2011

MCCULLOUGH TOWING AUCTION LIST 785 BROGDON RD. SUWANEE, GA 30024 770-263-8483 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2ND 2019@ 1:00PM 2003 Acura 3.2 19UUA56603A080617

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ZONINGS GWINNETT COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2019 AT 7:00 P.M. GWINNETT COUNTY JUSTICE AND ADMINISTRATION CENTER AUDITORIUM 75 LANGLEY DRIVE LAWRENCEVILLE, GEORGIA 30046 The following amendment to the text of the Gwinnett County Code of Ordinances is scheduled for a public hearing as stated above. Copies of the proposed amendment are available in the Office of the Planning Division, 446 West Crogan Street, Lawrenceville, Georgia. Office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. An amendment to Chapter 18 of the Gwinnett County Code of Ordinances related to Businesses, deleting Division 4 in Article II, and Articles III, IV and VI, amending Divisions 1, 2, and 3 in Article II, and Articles V, VII through X, and XIII, and adopting a new work permit fee schedule. P&D BOC 10-22 934-618617, 10/11 LEGAL NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC CITY OF LAWRENCEVILLE CITY OF LAWRENCEVILLE BOARD OF APPEALS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2019 AT 6:00 P.M. LAWRENCEVILLE CITY HALL COUNCIL ASSEMBLY ROOM 70 SOUTH CLAYTON STREET LAWRENCEVILLE, GEORGIA 30046 THE FOLLOWING ITEMS OF BUSINESS, WITHIN THE MUNICIPAL LIMITS OF THE CITY OF LAWRENCEVILLE, ARE SCHEDULED FOR PUBLIC HEARING AT THE DATE, TIME AND PLACE STATED ABOVE. STAFF REPORTS, SITE PLANS, LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS, AND OTHER INFORMATION ARE AVAILABLE IN THE OFFICE OF THE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT, 70 SOUTH CLAYTON STREET, LAWRENCEVILLE, GEORGIA. OFFICE HOURS ARE 8:00 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M., MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY (PHONE 678-407-6583). VAR2019-00015 – APPLICANT: LAURA NU?EZ; OWNER: LAURA NU?EZ; AN APPLICATION TO REQUEST RELIEF FROM THE DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, TO BE ABLE TO ENCROACH INTO BUILDING SETBACKS; THE PROPERTY IS LOCATED AT 102 STANLEY COURT (TAX PARCEL R5174 014). VAR2019-00016 – APPLICANT: PUNCH, LTD; OWNER: PUNCH TLD; AN APPLICATION TO REQUEST RELIEF FROM THE DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, ARTICLE VIII, TO BE ABLE TO ENCROACH INTO STREAM BUFFER; THE PROPERTY IS LOCATED AT 0 RIVERSIDE PARKWAY (TAX PARCEL R5112 002). P&D NEW BUSINESS: 1023-2019 934-618733, 10/11 CITY OF DULUTH NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Duluth City Council will be considering a request for a text amendment to Article 2 Use of Land and Structures of the Unified Development Code (UDC) to allow “Automotive Repair and Maintenance, except Automotive Car Washes and Auto Emissions Testing” as a Special Use in the C-2 zoning district.. The presentation and discussion on the text amendment will be at 6:00 p.m. on the 11th day of November, 2019 at the following location: City Hall Council Chambers, 3167 Main Street, Duluth, Georgia 30096. The public is invited to comment. PERSONS INTERESTED IN THIS MATTER are invited to review the potential amendment to the Unified Development Code, which is on file with the Planning and Development Department of the City of Duluth and to attend the public meeting at the date, time and place provided in this notice. For more information, contact Olivia Askew, Planning and Development, at (770)476-1790. ******************** In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the City of Duluth is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for a person with a disability. Please contact Teresa Lynn at (770) 476-3434 if special program accommodations are necessary and/or if program information is needed in an alternative format. Special requests must be made in a reasonable amount of time in order that accommodations can be arranged. 934-618331, 10/11 CITY OF DULUTH NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held before the City of Duluth City Council to consider a request from Ashton Atlanta Residential, LLC to rezone approximately 145.502 acres o


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of property in Land Lots 243, 244, 245 and 246, 7th District, Gwinnett County, consisting of tax parcels 7245 001, 7244 334,7246 003 and 7244 336 from C-2 (General Business District) and RA200 (Residential-Agricultural District) to PUD (Planned Unit Development District) to allow for the construction of a residential neighborhood consisting of a mixture single family homes and townhomes. The public is invited to attend this hearing before the City Council on the proposed rezoning at Duluth City Hall, 3167 Main Street, Duluth, Georgia 30096. The meeting date, place and time regarding this matter are as follows: WHEN: November 11, 2019–6:00 p.m. WHERE: City Hall Council Chambers 3167 Main Street Duluth, GA 30096 PERSONS INTERESTED IN THIS MATTER are invited to review the proposed rezoning, which is on file with the Department of Planning & Development of the City of Duluth and to attend the public hearing at the date, time and place provided in this notice, to express their opinion on this matter. Written comments may also be received in lieu of testimony during the public hearing. Written comments may be sent to the following address: City of Duluth ATTN: Daniel Robinson 3167 Main Street Duluth, GA 30096 OR Email: drobinson@duluthga.net For more information, contact Daniel Robinson, Planning & Development, at (770)476-1790. ******************** In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the City of Duluth is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for a person with a disability. Please contact Teresa Lynn at (770) 476-3434 if special program accommodations are necessary and/or if program information is needed in an alternative format. Special requests must be made in a reasonable amount of time in order that accommodations can be arranged. 934-618318, 10/11

Planning & Development, at (770)476-1790. ******************** In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the City of Duluth is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for a person with a disability. Please contact Teresa Lynn at (770) 476-3434 if special program accommodations are necessary and/or if program information is needed in an alternative format. Special requests must be made in a reasonable amount of time in order that accommodations can be arranged. 934-618325, 10/11

CITY OF DULUTH NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held before the City of Duluth Planning Commission to consider a request from 1699 Land Company, LLC – SR Homes, to rezone approximately 11.35 acres of property in Land Lot 243, 7th District, Gwinnett County, consisting of tax parcel 7243 003 from C-2 (General Business District) to PUD (Planned Unit Development District) to allow for the construction of a residential neighborhood consisting of 51 single-family attached homes (townhomes). The public is invited to attend this hearing before the Planning Commission on the proposed rezoning at Duluth City Hall, 3167 Main Street, Duluth, Georgia 30096. The meeting date, place and time regarding this matter are as follows: WHEN: November 4, 2019–6:00 p.m. WHERE: City Hall Council Chambers 3167 Main Street Duluth, GA 30096 PERSONS INTERESTED IN THIS MATTER are invited to review the proposed rezoning, which is on file with the Department of Planning & Development of the City of Duluth and to attend the public hearing at the date, time and place provided in this notice, to express their opinion on this matter. Written comments may also be received in lieu of testimony during the public hearing. Written comments may be sent to the following address: City of Duluth ATTN: Daniel Robinson 3167 Main Street Duluth, GA 30096 OR Email: drobinson@duluthga.net For more information, contact Daniel Robinson, P

FORECLOSURES NOTICE OF SALE UNDER POWER STATE OF GEORGIA COUNTY OF GWINNETT VICTORIA CAPITAL TRUST, a Delaware statutory trust (“Lender�), under and by virtue of the power of sale contained in that certain Deed to Secure Debt, Assignment of Leases and Rents, Fixture Filing, and Security Agreement; Request for Notice (the “Security Deed�), dated January 9, 2018, recorded on January 16, 2018, in the Gwinnett County, Georgia, Land Records (the “Records�) in Book 55651, Page 0445, executed and delivered by Hana Adams, LLC (“Borrower�) to Patch of Land Lending LLC, the original lender, which Security Deed secures indebtedness evidenced by a Promissory Note Secured by Mortgage/ Deed of Trust (the “Note�) dated January 9, 2018, in the original maximum principal amount of $243,950.00, Lender, being the current owner and holder of the Security Deed, as reflected by that certain Assignment of Deed to Secure Debt recorded in the Records on August 20, 2019, in Book 56821, Page 253, and Lender acting in its capacity as attorney-infact for Borrower, will sell at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash before the Courthouse door of Gwinnett County, Georgia, within the legal hours of sale on November 5, 2019, certain real property (“Land�), legally described as: ALL THAT TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND LYING AND BEING IN LAND LOT 1 OF THE 2ND HEADRIGHT DISTRICT, GWINNETT COUNTY, GEORGIA, BEING LOT 37, BLOCK D, OF THE TERRACES AT APPALACHEE FARMS UNIT TWO A F.K.A. THE TERRACES AT APPALACHEE FARMS UNIT THREE, PER PLAT RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 80, PAGE 196, GWINNETT COUNTY RECORDS, SAID PLAT BY THIS REFERENCE BEING INCORPORATED HEREIN AND MADE A PART HEREOF FOR A MORE COMPLETE DESCRIPTION. PARCEL ID R2001E550, Property commonly known as 965 River Valley Drive, Dacula, Georgia 30019; Together with (collectively, the “Property�): (a) All right, title, and interest (including any claim or demand or demand in law or equity) that Borrower now has or may later acquire in or to such Property; all easements, rights, privileges, tenements, hereditaments, and appurtenances belonging or in any way appertaining to the Property; all of the estate, right, title, interest, claim, demand, reversion, or remainder of Borrower in or to the Property, either at law or in equity, in possession or expectancy, now or later acquired; all crops growing or to be grown on the Property; all development rights or credits and air rights; all water and water rights (whether or not appurtenant to the Property) and shares of stock pertaining to such water or water rights, ownership of which affects the Property; all minerals, oil, gas, and other hydrocarbon substances and rights thereto in, on, under, or upon the Property and all royalties and profits from any such rights or shares of stock; all right, title, and interest of Borrower in and to any streets, ways, alleys, strips, or gores of land adj

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joining the Land or any part of it that Borrower now owns or at any time later acquires and all adjacent lands within enclosures or occupied by buildings partly situated on the Property; (b) All intangible Property and rights relating to the Property or its operation or used in connection with it, including, without limitation, permits, licenses, plans, specifications, construction contracts, subcontracts, bids, deposits for utility services, installations, refunds due Borrower, trade names, trademarks, and service marks; (c) All of the right, title, and interest of Borrower in and to the land lying in the bed of any street, road, highway, or avenue in front of or adjoining the Land; (d) Any and all awards previously made or later to be made by any governmental authority to the present and all subsequent owners of the Property that may be made with respect to the Property as a result of the exercise of the right of eminent domain, the alteration of the grade of any street, or any other injury to or decrease of value of the Property, which award or awards are assigned to Lender and Lender, at its option, is authorized, directed, and empowered to collect and receive the proceeds of any such award or awards from the authorities making them and to give proper receipts and acquaintances for them; (e) All certificates of deposit of Borrower in Lender’s possession and all bank accounts of Borrower with Lender and their proceeds, and all deposits of Borrower with any governmental authority and/or public utility company that relate to the ownership of the Property; (f) All Leases (as defined in the Security Deed) of the Property or any part of it now or later entered into and all right, title, and interest of Borrower under such Leases, including cash or securities deposited by the tenants to secure performance of their obligations under such Leases (whether such cash or securities arc to be held until the expiration of the terms of such Leases or applied to one or more of the installments of rent coming due immediately before the expiration of such terms), all rights to all insurance proceeds and unearned insurance premiums arising from or relating to the Property, all other rights and easements of Borrower now or later existing pertaining to the use and enjoyment of the Property, and all right, title, and interest of Borrower in and to all declarations of covenants, conditions, and restrictions ,as may affect or otherwise relate to the Property; (g) Any and all proceeds of any insurance policies covering the Property, whether or not such insurance policies were required by Lender as a condition of making the loan secured by this Security Deed or are required to be maintained by Borrower as provided below in this Security Deed; which proceeds are assigned to Lender, and Lender, at its option, is authorized, directed, and empowered to collect and receive the proceeds of such insurance policies from the insurers issuing the same and to give proper receipts and acquaintances for such policies, and to apply the same as provided in the Security Deed; (h) If the Property includes a leasehold estate, all of Borrower’s right, title, and interest in and to the lease, more particularly described above (the Leasehold) including, without limitation, the right to surrender, terminate, cancel, waive, change, supplement, grant subleases of, alter, or amend the Leasehold; (i) All plans and specifications for the Improvements (as defined in the Security Deed); all contracts and subcontracts relating to the Improvements; all deposits (including tenants’ security deposits; provided, however, that if. Lender acquires possession or control o

of tenants’ security deposits Lender shall use the tenants’ security deposits only for such purposes as governmental requirements permit), funds, accounts, contract rights, instruments, documents, general intangibles, and notes or chattel paper arising from or in connection with the Land or other Property; all permits, licenses, certificates, and other rights and privileges obtained in connection with the Land or other Property; all soils reports, engineering reports, land planning maps, drawings, construction contracts, notes, drafts, documents, engineering and architectural drawings, letters of credit, bonds, surety bonds, any other intangible rights relating to the Land and Improvements, surveys, and other reports, exhibits, or plans used or to be used in connection with the construction, planning, operation, or maintenance of the Land and Improvements and all amendments and modifications; all proceeds arising from or by virtue of the sale, lease, grant of option, or other disposition of all or any part of the Land, Fixtures, Personalty, or other Property (as defined in the Security Deed); and all proceeds (including premium refunds) payable or to be payable under each insurance policy relating to the Land, Fixtures, Personalty, or other Property; (j) All trade names, trademarks, symbols, service marks, and goodwill associated with the Property and any and all state and federal applications and registrations now or later used in connection with the use or operation of the Property; (k) All tax refunds, bills, notes, inventories, accounts and charges receivable, credits, claims, securities, and documents of all kinds, and all instruments, contract rights, general intangibles, bonds and deposits, and all proceeds and products of the Property; (l) All money or other personal property of Borrower (including, without limitation, any instrument, deposit account, general intangible, or chattel paper, as defined in Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code as adopted and amended from time to time by the State of Georgia) previously or later delivered to, deposited with, or that otherwise comes into Lender’s possession; (m) All accounts, contract rights, chattel paper, documents, instruments, books, records, claims against third parties, money, securities, drafts, notes, proceeds, and other items relating to the Property; (n) All construction, supply, engineering, and architectural contracts executed and to be executed by Borrower for the construction of the Improvements; and (o) All proceeds of any of the foregoing. To the best knowledge of Lender, the Property is in the possession of Borrower or a property manager. The Property will be sold on an “AS IS, WHERE IS� basis without recourse against Lender, without representation or warranty of any kind or nature whatsoever with respect thereto, without any assurance afforded to the exact acreage and square footage contained in the Land description, and subject to all of the following, without limitation: all outstanding taxes, assessments, and utility bills which are valid liens and encumbrances upon any of the Property and which are prior in right to the lien and security interest of Lender (including taxes which are liens, but not yet payable); any and all easements, restrictions, covenants, encumbrances and other matters which would be revealed by an inspection or accurate survey of the Land; all valid zoning ordinances; and any and all easements, limitations, restrictions, reservations, covenants, and encumbrances of record to which the Security Deed is subordinate in terms of prio

ority. The proceeds of the sale of the Property will be applied in accordance with the Security Deed to the payment of the indebtedness owed to Lender under the Security Deed and Note, and to the payment of all expenses of sale to the extent provided by Georgia law. Lender reserves the right to credit bid at the sale all or a portion of the unpaid indebtedness owed to Lender under the Security Deed and Note. Notice has been given, in writing and by certified mail, return receipt requested, to Borrower of the name, address, and telephone number of the individual or entity who shall have full authority to negotiate, amend, and modify all terms of the Security Deed and Note thereby secured in accordance with O.C.G.A. Section 44-14-162.2(a), and such person may be contacted by and through his agent, counsel for Lender at the name, address and telephone number below. THIS PUBLICATION IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED IN THIS REGARD WILL BE USED FOR THE PURPOSE OF COLLECTION. VICTORIA CAPITAL TRUST, as attorney-in-fact for Hana Adams LLC Counsel for Lender: Caryn Wang Polsinelli PC 1201 West Peachtree Street NW, Suite 1100 Atlanta, Georgia 30309 404.253.6016 950-618101, 10/11,16,23,30

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Apply at GCPSJobs.org BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE MANAGER Credigy Solutions Inc. Norcross, GA. Business Intelligence Manager. Provide tech support for database development & maintenance. Telecomm from home office permitted up to 20% of time spent on job. Send resume to: careers@credigy.net, or mail to Credigy Solutions Inc., Attn: Recruiting, 3715 Davinci Court, Suite 200, Norcross, GA 30092.

Experienced Help Wanted!!! CARPENTERS, LABORERS and PIPE LAYERS needed at the Loganville WWTP job in Loganville GA. Apply in person at the P F Moon Field Office 4895 Highway 81 North or call Steve Dolin 706.523.2391 Computer/IT: Software Developer for Siemens Industry, Inc. (Alpharetta, GA). Dev Siemens DCS SPPA-T3000 SW mdls, cmmnctn prtcl stcks fr AS3000 & CS3000 cntrllr HW pltfrm & web enbld SW apps. Req. Bach (or frgn equiv) in Comp Sci, Info Tech, or rel + 3 yrs exp in job offrd or acc alt occu. Mst hve 3 yrs exp w/ fllwng sklls: exprtse in Full Stck Tech req for Java app dev; exprtse in prgrmmng data drvn web srvcs for IIS, WCF & MS-SQL; exprtse in prgrmmng Unt Tsts & dbggng of Java apps in vrious stgs of SW dev lfe cycle; & exprtse in prgrmmng cmmnctn prtcl stck usng Java or C/C++. Mst hve 2 yrs exp w/ fllwng sklls: Siemens Pwr Plnt Autmtn DCS prdct SPPA-T3000 & indstrial prcss autmtn dmains lke pwr plnts, oil & gas etc.; Siemens cntrllr HW & SW pltfrms sch as AS3000, CS3000 etc.; open cmmnctn stndrds & prtcls usd in DCS: MODBUS, OPC-UA, Foundtn Fldbus, SNMP. Approx 10% trvl req. Mail rsms Brett Sanchez, Siemens Corporation, 3850 Quadrangle Boulevard, MS: HRS-144, Orlando, FL 32817. Ref BS/MD. Must be authrzed to wrk in US prmnntly.

LEAD GENERATOR

Zack Hammonds A/C, Heating, Refrigeration is looking for lead generators to work in local Lowes stores. Part-Time position, working evenings & weekends, averaging 25 hrs. a week. HVAC knowledge is not required but would be helpful. Great pay plus commission.

770-860-1837

We sell Medicare Advantage plans offered by Aetna and Untied Healthcare. Contact us if you would like to learn more. 770-318-2965

FULL TIME DEVELOPMENT MANAGER sought by Construct Connect in Norcross, GA 40 hrs/wk. Duties: Deliver high quality work: ensure successful delivery of high-quality individual and team work. Lead & mentor team members: assist developers and coworkers with domain expertise, technical solutions and sdlc process knowhow. Coordinate onsite-offshore development release cycle: communicate with offshore team, perform code & functional reviews to ensure Architectural guidelines and industry standards. Provide strategic technical guidance to development team and business stakeholders: involve with product and business stake holders to solve complicated business use cases and provide alternative technical approaches and solutions. Coordinate release deployments: coordinate release activities involving system engineering, qa, and development team to ensure Resources availability, release plan, and pre-& post deployment activities. Troubleshoot production system issues: help solve critical & complex customers issues in production environment. This includes corrupt data issues, authentication and entitlement issues, and network/firewall issues provide & represent development team to support to customer care: represent the development team on customer calls to help the product team, to recreate and troubleshoot complex issues to provide a high level of personalized, customer support. Conduct regular performance management meetings: held regular individual meetings with direct reports to ensure personnel matters, career plans & performance reviews. Requires: Min. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in computer science, electronics engineering, or related field plus minimum of 10 years of commercial software engineering experience. Specific skills or other requirements: 10 years of experience in microsoft .net technologies (asp.net, mvc, c#). 10 years of experience in microsoft sql server. 10 years of experience in visual studio and microsoft team foundation server. 10 years of experience in javascript supporting frameworks ajax, jquery, and json. 10 years of experience in agile development methodologies. 3 years of team lead or management experience. Please reply with resume to: Jill Yee, 30 Technology Parkway South, Suite 100 Norcross, GA 30041.

Engineering: Sr. Consulting Applications Engineer for Siemens Industry, Inc. (Alpharetta, GA). Dev reqs fr tech vriable speed drve & mtr sltn, mde frm (cstmr, indstry stndrds, tech anlysis, envrnmntl cndtns, etc.). Req. Bach in EE, Mech Eng, or rel (or frgn equiv) + 8 yrs exp in job offrd or an acc alt occu. Mst hve 5 yrs of exp w/ fllwng sklls: undrstndng of key enclsd SINAMICS drve prdcts, incl knwldge prtainng to SINAMICS G150, S150 & S120CM dsgns; exp applying SINAMICS drve prdcts into key indstries of Metals, Oil & Gas, Pulp & Paper, & hgh lvl apps sch as Tst Stnds, Trque-Shrng, Prcss Lnes sch as Paper Mchnes; knwldge of intrprtng cstmr specs & being able to frmlte tchnclly accrte prpsls fr prdcts in vrious mrkt indstries; fmliarty w/ SAP nvgtn to anlyze BOMs & prfrm cost anlysis usng SAP or othr MS Offce prgrms; undrstndng of mtrs & how to apply thm usng a VSD; ablty to cmmncte w/ cstmrs & prsnt hghly tech VSD sltns in mnnr tht can be easly undrstood; Advncd knwldge in VBA prgrmmng to keep/maintain/enhnce Excel bsd Quotatn Tools. Approx 10% trvl req. Mail rsms Brett Sanchez, Siemens Corporation, 3850 Quadrangle Boulevard, MS: HRS-144, Orlando, FL 32817. Ref BS/AD. Must be authrzed to wrk in US prmnntly.

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DOGS POMERANIAN TINY TOY Male, vet checked, puppy pak. Mother is 4.5 lbs., Father is 5 lbs. $800 706-654-0356 LOST & FOUND PETS

MACHINE SHOP ROLLER COMPANY in Lawrenceville needs an EXCRUTER OPERATOR Some knowledge is necessary but not required. 40 hr. work week--sometimes longer. Must be able to drive forklift and lift 50-75 lbs. Send resume to tim@foresterroller.com (770) 822-9299

TEACHERS WANTED Gwinnett County School System Positions available throughout Gwinnett County

DOG FOUND Appears to be Great Pyrenees. Female, recently had pups, 28� at shoulder, very friendly, collar but no ID, no chip. Found 10/7/19 on Luke Edwards Road. bobby54@protonmail. com 678-898-7404

Competitive Salary With Great Benefits!

GRAPHIC DESIGNER in Norcross, GA. Dsgn or creat graphcs to meet spec promo needs. May use variety of mediums to achiev artistic effcts. Confer w/intnl clients to dtermn dsign & apply based on knowlge & aesthetc dsgn concpts. Use comp sftwr to generate new images. Collabrat w/others to devlp or refine dsgns. Pos reqs 25% of time communicating in Spanish daily to attain mkng & visual synergy w/ clients. Reqs Bach or forgn equiv in Graphic Design & 5 yrs exp as Graphic Designer. Must have exp w/all Adobe Suite Sftwr. Must have exp w/all Microsoft Office Sftwr. Must be bilingual (Spanish/English). Must have exp in intimate apparel industry. Resumes to Claudia Ovalle, Moda Latina, 5240 Langford Park Dr. Ste B, Norcross, GA 30071

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MACLEY FAMILY PRACTICE & WALK IN CLINIC: Now Open in Duluth, GA. Piedmont Clinic affiliate. 2282 Meadow Church Rd. Suite 200, Duluth GA

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GWINNETT SNELLVILLE OFFICE SUITES FOR LEASE Heart of Snellville Cobblestone Office Park 186-871 sq. ft. 770-978-0310

GARAGE SALES LAWRENCEVILLE SUGARLOAF SPRINGS NEIGHBORHOOD GARAGE SALE Sat. Oct. 26, 8am-2pm. Sugarloaf Pkwy., between Hwy. 120 & North Brown, across from Sugarloaf Mills.

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS Join the Gwinnett County Public Schools Substitute Teaching Program! Making a difference in the lives of Gwinnett County students is just one of the reasons our substitute teachers love what they do. Here are some others: • Make connections for future full-time employment opportunities • Define your days and hours of availability • Control your commute--GCPS substitute teachers have many work locations to choose from • Work around your family’s schedule • Earn money while working toward a teaching certificate • Enjoy retirement and earn part-time income You do not have to be certified to Substitute Teach.

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Lawrenceville The North Cliff subdivisions are having their Annual Garage Sale October 11th through October 13th located at 601 Simonton Road. ESTATE SALES TREASURE CHEST BLOWOUT SALE of the Living Estate of Evelyn H. Taylor. Sale starts Friday, 10/11 & Saturday, 10/12 9:30am until 5:00pm Home located at 2642 Kings Circle Lawrenceville, 30044 Lots of vintage Ethan Allen furniture consisting of 2 over 4 chest of drawers, dresser with mirror and night stand, two beautiful corner pieces, some sewing & knitting cloth. Kitchen has good refrigerator and small freezer, some small electrical kitchen devices. Living room has set of side tables, set of end tables, rocking chair, pair of corner cabinets, metlox china, beautiful crystal all over living room. Contact William 770-846-8173 APPLIANCES

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DRYER/WASHER $125 ea.; Super Capacity $175 ea. Front Loader Set $450 & up; Regular Refrig. & Ranges $175 & up; SXS Refrig. $300 & up. Dishwasher $100 & up. Different colors. Del/1 yr warr. Tim 404-205-2222 PETS/LIVESTOCK

DOGS

MINIATURE DACHSHUNDS CKC Registered 1 Male & 1 Female purebred (blk/tan). $500 each. 706-809-8388

VEHICLES

LINCOLN CONTINENTAL, 1980

4 door signature series classic, silver grey w/leather top, red cloth interior, mechanically and body overall is an 8 on a scale of 1-10, one family owned, always garage secured, currently insured for $16k, asking $10k OBO. Contact Rosemarie 770-808-8181 or 678-977-1063

BOATS/MOTORS PONTOON SMOKE CRAFT, 2000 Johnson 115 HP motor, trolling motor, & depth finder. $4,500 OBO 404-787-4301 David


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S’mores ’N Snores event sold out

By Taylor Denman

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Duluth will host the third edition of the county’s only community camping event this weekend. S’mores ’N Snores returns to Rogers Bridge Park in Duluth and is already sold out of camping spots. “We attribute the success and popularity of this event to the uniqueness of being able experience nature and introduce children to camping while still being close to home,” event coordinator Kristin Edwards said. Attendees get to spend the night outdoors under the stars on Saturday eve-

ning and early Sunday morning. The event begins at 6 p.m. on Saturday and continues through 10 a.m. on Sunday. Participants can pitch their own tent or use a four-person campsite with a provided tent. Reservations are required for everyone to attend. Unregistered campers will not be permitted to take part in festivities. Registered campers will be provided wristbands at check-in and must be worn at all times. The festival will include live entertainment, large yard games, crafts, food trucks, a movie and plenty of free s’mores. Breakfast will also be available for purchase from a food truck. Camp-

ers are welcome to bring in their own food as well. A city spokesperson said there will also be a reptile exhibit. It’s the second year The Reptile Guys will host the exhibit including 12 snakes, iguanas and other reptiles. For registered campers the city offers a few guidelines on its event page. All campers under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Electricity will not be provided. All attendees have to bring their own sleeping bags, pillows, blankets, bug spray, weather appropriate clothing, tooth brushes, tooth paste, flashlights or lanterns, folding chairs and bever-

ages and snacks. They have the option to bring air mattresses with them if they want, according to the city’s website. Duluth police officers will be on site to monitor any reckless behavior that puts oneself or others at risk, which the city says is ground for removal from the event without a refund. S’mores ’N Snores is a rain-or-shine event. Duluth officials said, in the case of severe weather, the event may be canceled with little notice and a rain date will be provided. No refunds will be issued. For more information, visit www. duluthga.net/events.

duluth will host the third edition of the county’s only community camping event on saturday and sunday at rogers bridge park. ♦ special photo: dustin gray

Public Safety Fall Festival planned for this weekend

Former Daily Post columnist Susan Larson publishes book By Curt Yeomans

By Curt Yeomans

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Gwinnett County residents can get an up-close look at a SWAT truck, a helicopter and a firetruck this weekend. The county’s annual Public Safety Fall Festival will be held from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday at Coolray Field, which is located at 2500 Buford Drive in Lawrenceville. The event will give residents an opportunity to meet and talk to police officers, firefighters and paramedics. “The festival celebrates the partnership between public safety and the community — and serves as a fun way for citizens to interact with fire and police personnel in a non-emergency environment,” county officials said in an announcement about the event. There are will public safety vehicles including a SWAT truck, fire department ladder truck, ambulance and a helicopter. Police and firefighters will also offer tips on crime prevention, personal safety, injury prevention and fire safety.

A former Gwinnett Daily Post columnist has compiled some of her most popular columns into a new book and she’ll be in Lilburn this weekend to promote it. Susan Larson, who wrote columns for the Daily Post for 17 years from 1999 until 2015, has released the collection of what she described as 75 of her “most popular columns” in “A Word’s Worth: One Column at a Time.” She will be signing copies of the book from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Saturday at the Lilburn library branch, which is attached to Lilburn City Hall and located at 4817 Church St. “Most of the 75 columns were written about people and events in Gwinnett County,” Larson said.

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above: Children play on a fire truck during last year’s Public Safety Fall Festival. below: A Gwinnett firefighter interacts with children during last year’s Public Safety Fall Festival. This year’s festival will be held Saturday at Coolray Field.

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LAWRENCEVILLE’S 4TH ANNUAL OKTOBERFEST

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ow long do you think you could hold two quarts of beer with one arm? The Crowler Hoist was one of several competitions at Lawrenceville’s 4th Annual Oktoberfest on Saturday.

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