The Second Battle of Manassas is still roaring as two residents of the small town battle city officials over open records policies.
The concerns stem from a check issued from the City of Wadley’s General Fund. The check, issued in December of 2015, relates to two asbestos inspections by a company out of Thomson, but both parcels are owned by private individuals, not the City of Wadley.
"This is hometown to a thousand - or hundreds of people that's lived her all their lives and then you get a bunch of people coming in from all over the world, coming in, puttin' their two cents in and trying to change it their way when it's kind of like, 'Why don't you just join in with the community?'" the councilman said.
New appointment for solicitor general in Long County, GA
Congressman Rick Allen will be making the rounds of Georgia's 12th Congressional district in an effort to allow constituents to bring forward concerns and discuss D.C. happenings.
The first shot in the next Battle of Manassas may have just been fired. The City of Manassas and its elected officials are facing a lawsuit filed by two citizens inside the city limits.