I’d like to thank the Commission for the award!
Louis XIV handing down an award
I and LAKE will wear it proudly.
The VDT doesn’t have one of these.
WCTV doesn’t have one; WALB doesn’t have one.
Only LAKE posts news so good, there’s a law against it!
It’s now been a week since
the Lowndes County Commission passed
an ordinance for no stated reason, not on the agenda, and not read to the
It’s still not on the
county’s online list of ordinances.
Gretchen was covering an event Friday at which she saw
Commissioner Crawford Powell; she asked him to send her a copy of the ordinance.
Five days later, nothing has arrived.
So, our only clues are Commissioner Raines’ remarks that it had something
to do with videoing and photographing.
And his remarks that he believed that the Chairman could do it on his own,
but he’d like to make a motion for the Commission to approve it.
So we have to guess it had something to do with
Ashley Paulk’s outburst of the previous morning,
in which he
by addressing me and only me by name,
even though there were at least two video cameras recording the meeting.
This is what he was going on about:
The County Commission wishes from this day forward that any filming be
done from the media area in the back corner of the room.
He didn’t say anything about still photography, or for that matter
about digital videoing, so I don’t know whether what he said
had anything to do with whatever it was that
Commissioner Raines moved Tuesday and the Commission approved.
Nor does anybody else know.
Now a cynic might say,
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