Asked and Answered

  Georgia attorney general reminding you to be smart with contractors

The biggest thing if you find yourself needing repairs done is to not rush into any decision. Slowing down and doing some homework can save you a lot of trouble. Making repairs is something a lot of people in our area have done over the past few years.
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  Asked and Answered: Stopping bad odor from landfill

Residents living around Superior Landfill on Little Neck Road in Chatham County say the landfill and its odors continue to compromise their quality of life.