Thursday, February 18, 2010

Milton named "Tree City USA"

Milton is one of the few municipalities in Georgia to be named a "Tree City USA" by the Arbor Day Foundation, an honor City Council celebrated at its Feb. 17 regularly scheduled meeting.

The honor comes as a result of the hard work of the Milton Tree Preservation Committee and city arborist, Mark Law, center.

The Tree City USA program, sponsored by the Arbor Day Foundation in cooperation with the USDA Forest Service and the National Association of State Foresters, provides direction, technical assistance, public attention and national recognition for urban and community forestry programs.

Milton is one of only 130 cities is the state to be awarded the distinction, and one of only 3,400 nationwide. As part of the honor, Law traveled to the Gold Dome Feb. 18 to watch Gov. Sonny Perdue sign his Arbor Day Proclamation.


Anonymous said...

Explains all the nuts on the ground.

Anonymous said...

Someone please tell vermin that you don't wear plaid when you are that big! Call in what not to wear quick!

Anonymous said...

Have you ever seen her in person? She is not a big woman.

Anonymous said...

The annoying, politically motivated comments against Thurman and Lusk could come from any anonymous poster, but the insults about a woman's weight and clothes could ONLY come from another woman.

Gee, who do you think it is?

Hint: She's slender, well dressed, politically motivated and mean.

Anonymous said...

She is actually big, but that is not point here.
The slender one wears way too much makeup and has terible complexion.

Her hustband said that rubbing her back is like reading a short story in braille?

Anonymous said...

Pretty is as pretty does. If Thurman would act better she might not be such an unpleasant person?