Cherokee County Veterans Implement Vehicle Donation Program for Homeless and Disabled Veterans
One of the biggest issues that both homeless veterans and disabled veterans encounter in Cherokee County is access to reliable transportation, whether it is to get to a job or to get to medical services. Recently, veterans in Cherokee County have created and implemented a new program to connect used, donated vehicles to veterans who need them most. [more]
Community Calendar: October 15 - November 30, 2018
Upcoming local events for Metro Atlanta's military, veterans, first responders and families. [more]
Fox On Point - Don’t Be Afraid to Let Go
Don’t be afraid to let go. Giving authority but retaining responsibility means we have to trust our subordinates. We are all familiar with the old adage, “If you love something, let it go…” That’s great advice for a love life, but not very practical for a manager in public safety. Instead, I advocate letting go of as much control over a mission as possible; empowering properly trained subordinates to carry it out; and giving them credit when they succeed. [more]
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