Monthly Archives: June 2011

All Those Rules!

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I am often asked why Georgia Power has so many rules and guidelines regarding construction and maintenance along the shoreline of Jackson Lake. There are several correct responses to the question but the answer can best be packaged in the following two objectives: 1) Regulatory Compliance, and, 2) Our Vision for Jackson Lake.

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Be Natural – Go Native!

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Trends in landscape design change, just as in interior design, architecture, fashion and every other area of design. The post World War II standard issue residential yard – large sweeps of manicured turf grass lawn – has given way to a more environmentally friendly concept. Today’s preferred landscaping emphasizes natural looking plantings employing native flowers, trees and shrubs, and minimal use of turf grass lawn.

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