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Museum Sterling man’s tribute to childhood – Journal Advocate

Mark Walters at the counter in his Memory Lane museum, a tribute to the era of his childhood.

Fountain recommended that his colleagues defeat his motion. Mills called for a vote and the council unanimously killed the proposed amendment. In other action, Chief Financial Officer Isabel Rogers offered an amended budget for the current fiscal year, and the council approved it. Revenues for the new budget are projected at slightly more than $17.5 million, and the expenditures should be somewhere above $15 million. Mills told Rogers that the amended budget was a welcome positive one after past mid-year amendments were on the down side. During the public comments portion of the meeting, Doreen Williams, new member of the Rockdale County Board of Commissioners, told the council about Thursdays public meeting in Atlanta that affects Rockdales South River. Williams said the Georgia EPD meeting would address Atlantas attempt to relax standards on its federal Clean Water Act permit which allows combined sewage overflows that cause severe pollution to the South River.
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I asked him if the new way to cut keys was cool or creepy. “Let’s go cool and creepy,” Jones said. “If it was someone else it’d be kind of weird, but I think I will think twice about leaving my keys on my desk next time.” Some traditional locksmiths say cutting keys online, without any face to face interaction, opens the door to abuse. “It would be a concern,” said locksmith Jason Wade, who’s worked at Piner’s Lock and Safe in Jacksonville for the past 9 years. Needless to say, he’s not a fan of the new technology. Wade told me that if I came in with a picture of a key and asked for a copy he’d ask for my ID and then probably report me to his boss.
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(Sara Waite / Sterling Journal-Advocate) STERLING Tucked in among storage buildings, industrial businesses, and the Sterling solar garden stands one man’s tribute to the 1950s and ’60s. The era of his childhood was a time when “Neighbors were neighbors,” and “A promise and a handshake was as good as gold,” says Sterling native Mark Walters. Dubbed Memory Lane, the private museum features all original, local memorabilia from the decades Walter grew up in. Many of the items came from local businesses businesses that no longer exist, in most cases, like Bill’s Motors, Woolworth, Schad’s, and Stickney. And Walters can point out any of those items and name its source. Memory Lane, a private museum in Sterling, is filled with memorabilia Mark Walters has collected locally since the 1960s.
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