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I see the whole country going socialist eventually. Never mind that it has never worked anywhere, they have to see fior themselves I guess.
The Soap box! / Re: Driving in Clayton
« Last post by Max on Today at 12:25:19 PM »
Tara Blvd, 54 in Jonesboro, Morrow, and 138 are terrible.
The Soap box! / Re: Driving in Clayton
« Last post by Clayton Peach on December 12, 2017, 12:49:07 PM »
Where do you drive? I see them everywhere.
The Soap box! / Re: Driving in Clayton
« Last post by Mr. Conservative II on December 09, 2017, 05:18:46 PM »
I don't see too much in the way of speeding and aggressive driving on my end of ClayCo.  That is likely because I drive through the revenue generating districts of Forest Park and Lake City.  I do the the exact speed limit on Jonesboro Rd. and rarely get passed.  Go to the north side of town if you want to see some aggressive driving.  They shake and bake up there.   
Kim Schofield won the Special Election for Dist. 60 (northeast ClayCo).  She is a standard liberal Democrat.  She wants to expand Medicaid and likely raise our taxes to pay for it.  Too bad conservatives don't have a prayer in Dist. 60.

I know what you mean.  Task Rabbit did not have anyone here the last time I checked.  Service companies are often moored to a certain area, but you don't have as many of them based here in ClayCo.  We are still better off than most counties in GA (i.e. not a rural counties with few amenities).  We are just the red-headed step child of the metro Atlanta area.   
Its getting harder, and harder to live in this county. Insurance cost more, and more(I can see why). Many service type companies won't do business here. Try to use Door Dash delivery here, or get bottled water delivery except for Crystal Springs which is terrible anyway. Many service type companies ask for your zip code, and when you enter a Clayton County zip, you will get a "Not serving That Area Yet". Many insurance companies won't touch this county.I keep hoping Farm Bureau won't pull out, because my rates will double over night. Half the store inserts in the AJC are worthless here.
The Soap box! / Re: Driving in Clayton
« Last post by Max on December 06, 2017, 11:01:18 AM »
I hear you! I wonder sometimes if there is a speed limit in Clayton County anymore. Does not seem to be enforced anymore. Since the Atlanta projects moved here speed, turn signals, right on red after stop(they roll right on thru),and aggressive driving seems to be a common, and condoned thing. Gets worse by the day.
The Soap box! / Driving in Clayton
« Last post by retired82 on December 05, 2017, 08:09:55 AM »
Yesterday it was foggy...real foggy viability about 500 feet. About 1/2 of the drivers did not have their headlights on. The lights should have been on so other drivers can see them.

I live in a subdivision, which means there is a 25 MPH speed limit. There are posted signs to that effect. The sub-division next to the one I live in drive about 50-60 MPH. Complaints to Clayton County Traffic Development results in addition speed limit signs. Either they drivers can not read or just don't care about children and pets which might run in the road. (I know pets are to be on a restraint device),

Clayton County will not allow "speed Bumps" on the roads, however they have them on roadways in the "Rec" areas, The Beach, and other county property. The reason sub-divisions can not have them is the ambulances. Ambulances don't like them. The County has them in their "Rec" areas.

OK, I'll shut up
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