Morning Metro: Only a Few CSA Spots Remain, DeKalb Raises School Tax, and Elderly Over Montreal

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  1. So many questions-how do they get the chair to stay? What is keeping the old person from falling off? And what if, you know, they have to visit le toilette? Just the liability issues give me pause…

      1. That’s true. Hogwarts has been around for centuries, and elders are well-practiced in the art of levitation.

  2. That AJC article on the approval of the state transportation planning director is concerning. I don’t know the guy personally, and this is not about him – but when a political aide is tapped to run arguably the most corrupt area of our state government (transportation), with multi-billions of budget to potentially spread around to political cronies, and the bipartisan Senate Transportation Committee unanimously confirms the choice without any questions…..

    Reminder – Georgia is the most corrupt state in the US – http://savannahnow.com/news/2012-03-19/national-study-says-georgia-most-corruption-prone-state

    What’s also concerning is that Jim Galloway and the AJC don’t seem interested in really digging into this. If they are not going to play watchdog, who is?

    Again, apologies to Toby Carr, this is not intended to be about him.

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