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Newsletter 385

Newsletter 385

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Published by Henry Citizen
The Dictionary Project; 2nd Amendment Rally; Update: Ordinance Change; Become a Beekeeper; Broun Announces Candidacy; Who Is Paul Broun?; Rogue City Government; Stockbridge History Going Away; John Douglas for US Congress; St. Patrick’s Day 5K Run; New Programming on Henry TV14; Cobb Taxpayer Alert; Henry TEA Party
The Dictionary Project; 2nd Amendment Rally; Update: Ordinance Change; Become a Beekeeper; Broun Announces Candidacy; Who Is Paul Broun?; Rogue City Government; Stockbridge History Going Away; John Douglas for US Congress; St. Patrick’s Day 5K Run; New Programming on Henry TV14; Cobb Taxpayer Alert; Henry TEA Party

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The Citizen Newsletter 
The Conservative Voice of Henry County
 In This Issue:
 Page Feature
1 The Dictionary Project2 2
nd
Amendment Rally3
Update: 
Ordinance Change4 Become a Beekeeper4 Broun Announces Candidacy5 Who Is Paul Broun?7 Rogue City Government7 Stockbridge History Going Away9 John Douglas for US Congress9 St. Patrick 
’ 
s Day 5K Run10 New Programming on Henry TV1411 Cobb Taxpayer Alert11 Henry TEA Party
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Do you have a story to tell? Become a Citizencontributor. Submit your opinions,commentaries and articles to
 
hc.citizen@hccitizen.org
Issue # 385
February 9, 2 
013
 
The Dictionary Project
The Republican Women of Henry Co.
is onceagain looking for folks to sponsor the DictionaryProject. Our goal is get a dictionary into the handsof every public school 3rd grader in Henry Co. Thisis our 10th year with this wonderful project and weare currently at 46% sponsorship. We need yourhelp, and do the kids.The dictionary contains more than words, it alsohas the Constitution, Bills of Rights, periodic table,multiplication table chart, sign language, braille, andthe longest word in the English language (1909letters). We tell the kids it's on their spelling test,always gets them to open the book. The book alsocontains information on the Presidents, Countriesand the solarsystem. It isliterally a wealthof information.
Rocky Creek3rd grade
The DictionaryProject isbecoming alegend of itsown. The kids who have older siblings have heard of it. They love the sign language and the longestword. The books are presented to each school alongwith an explanation of what it contains and alldonations are tax deductible. Sponsors are giventhe opportunity to attend and see for themselveswhat a difference a simple book makes.Books are $2@ in a case of 24, which comes to $48a case. Most schools require 4 - 5 cases. Anythinghelps. Sponsoring one case, or 5 books brings usthat much closer to getting this book into the handsof the kids. It is a worthwhile investment in theirfuture, and yours.
If you have any questions, or just want tomake a donation, please contact: Katie Queenat 770-584-4206
You can find more information at
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 Thank you for yoursponsorship in advance.
 
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N
OTICE
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On page 3 of Citizen Newsletter #384, the sentence should read the nephew of 
the retired 
police chief. This is so there is no confusion that Chief Keith Nichols (the current police chief) hadanything to do with that deal.
2ND AMENDMENT RALLY AT THE GEORGIA STATE CAPITAL
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 Ray McBerry, 10
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Amendment Solutions
THE SAFEST PLACE IN GEORGIA, anarmed rally at the capitol in supportof our 2nd Amendment rights. WhereI met a lot of tea party/912 friends(pictured here) from Mike Mortonfrom Rome to Steve Ramey fromLawrenceville.The black gentleman wearing theConcealedCampus.org T-shirt isholding up a flyer that said;
 “
If youwere planning on shooting a bunch of innocent people and then yourself, we
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re sorry but that
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s notallowed here. Concealed Campus.
” 
He and his group lobby for concealed carry on campusThe speakers included; Barry Loudermilk - State Senator Dist. 14, Ed Setzler - State Representative Dist.35, Ray McBerry - 10th Amendment Solutions, John Monroe - Vice President and Board Member at GeorgiaCarry, Bill Looman - 10 yr. Marine Veteran, Oath-Keeper, William Temple - Viet Nam Veteran, Tea Partierdressed in Patriot Garb, Jason Stubbs - State Director Georgia Students for Conceal Carry, Larry Pratt - 30 Yr. Executive Director at Gun Owners of America, Hiram Madge - GA Citizen & Gun Activist, Candi Goldman- Pony Tail Patriot & Blog Talk Radio Host, Ian Madge - Wise Council
 
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Residents seek to modify Henry County GA Ordinance 
Larry & June Stanley, Stockbridge GA, seek a
 
change to the
UnifiedLand Development Code
(
ULDC
)in regard to keeping fowl inunincorporated Henry County. Currently the restriction requires aminimum of three acres and RA zoning.
Update: 
 I have spoken with Chairman Smith and CommissionersMoss, Barham, and Bowman. Each has expressed their approval for theproposal given that specific qualifications are specified within the newordinance. Commissioner Preston has not yet responded to mycommunications.Some commissioners were not aware that county code already allows pigsand goats as personal pets. Raising fowl for personal, non-commercialuse seemed reasonable to those I spoke with.Proposed for inclusion in a ULDC modification:Modification to maintain compliance with Sec. 3-16-1: Nuisance, Sec. 3-4-1: Health and safety of personsand animals, and other applicable code sections.1.
 
That restriction to RA zoning districts and the requirement for three acres are removed from theordinance. In their place, specific qualifications and restrictions are inserted to control but notprohibit keeping and raising specified livestock within all areas of unincorporated Henry County.2.
 
With regard to fowl, qualifications and requirements shall include:2a. Allow fowl to be kept and raised2b. Limit to no more than six (6) fowl in a residential area providing a lot area less than three acres.2c. Coop is required for housing fowl. Coop must be 25 inches from ground and 5 feet from anydwelling, feed in rat-proof container. Coop must provide four (4) square feet per bird. Birds maynot run at large; area must be fenced or otherwise enclosed by natural (wood, stone, shrubbery)landscape barrier to prohibit passage by birds.2d. Coop may not be placed in a front yard in a residential area providing a lot area less than threeacres. Protection of street-side appearance and curb appeal shall require that coop is protectedfrom street view or lot must provide privacy fencing or natural (wood, stone, shrubbery) landscapebarrier.We hope you will join us in this endeavor. Please contact June at
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