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John Porter
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July 24, 2014
I personally think resetting the monument in conjunction with the beautification of the green...would actually bring more visitors to the memorial and bring more attention to the stories of the brave men and women who've fought to protect our freedoms. I don't get the slightest impression individuals supporting the beautification of this this area have thoughts of shuttling the monument off to some dark and forgotten space. Instead, I believe everyone's interests can be served by giving this monument it's own very unique place of honor within the newly created green space. Imagine all the new visitors to our city who might actually see this for the first time...as it's somewhat hidden away in the woods now.
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Staff / Samantha M. Shal / Investigator Drew Bahry of the Atlanta Police Department, second from right, receives an award from, from left, Brian McGuire, president of the Buckhead Business Association; David Coxon, president and CEO of public safety awards sponsor Georgia Primary Bank; and Mark Shaver, the association’s vice president of public safety.
Staff / Samantha M. Shal / Investigator Drew Bahry of the Atlanta Police Department, second from right, receives an award from, from left, Brian McGuire, president of the Buckhead Business Association; David Coxon, president and CEO of public safety awards sponsor Georgia Primary Bank; and Mark Shaver, the association’s vice president of public safety.
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Staff / Samantha M. Shal / Sgt. Randolph Council of the Atlanta Fire Rescue Department, second from right, receives an award from, from left, Brian McGuire, president of the Buckhead Business Association; David Coxon, president and CEO of public safety awards sponsor Georgia Primary Bank; and Mark Shaver, the association’s vice president of public safety. The photo of another honoree, Deputy Neal Solomon of the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office, is not being published because he is currently under cover.
Staff / Samantha M. Shal / Sgt. Randolph Council of the Atlanta Fire Rescue Department, second from right, receives an award from, from left, Brian McGuire, president of the Buckhead Business Association; David Coxon, president and CEO of public safety awards sponsor Georgia Primary Bank; and Mark Shaver, the association’s vice president of public safety. The photo of another honoree, Deputy Neal Solomon of the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office, is not being published because he is currently under cover.
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Staff / Samantha M. Shal / From left, 2013 Karl A. Bevins Service Award recipient Karen Losin and Lucy Maslia, wife of the late Albert Maslia, who was presented with the award posthumously this year.
Staff / Samantha M. Shal / From left, 2013 Karl A. Bevins Service Award recipient Karen Losin and Lucy Maslia, wife of the late Albert Maslia, who was presented with the award posthumously this year.
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