For years the Georgia Municipal Association’s Paul Radford was a fixture at the Capitol. But the times they are a-changing at GMA. The association reportedly let Radford go this summer, and is now seeing its legislative agenda melt like a snow cone in summer. Insiders tell us that the courtly Lamar Norton may not be to blame. Apparently an eager but less-experienced legislative team has joined forces with more Democratic-leaning executives at GMA to effectively end the successful team of Norton and Radford. Even though the association’s momentum at the Gold Dome is waning, we at James still have high hopes for GMA. SINKING



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