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Abelowitzshaneplay@aol.comQueer Eye

​Saw Jeremy and his station get a makeover on Queer Eye.  Jeremy and the other guys were so darn adorable.  Jeremy looked hot anyway but after the haircut he looked even hotter!!  I think he is even hotter than that guy who was nicknamed Superman!!

NewFire Department2/12/2018 7:41 AM
  
BanksWhitml22@gmail.com70634723047063472304Account number 00019890

​There was a payment of 335.14 that may have been returned. The payment was resubmitted online. The payment is in the amount of 335.14 and it was to replace the payment that was returned, not for the balace that is due on February 12th in the amount of 435.00

Thank you 

NewCustomer Service2/12/2018 7:42 AM
  
RodriguezRichardARodriguez@att.net404725836055 Vintage DrCovingtonGA30014Water bill

​Hello, I was wondering if i could get my account number for my water. Its been a month since i opened the account and still havent received a bill. 

NewWater Department2/12/2018 3:39 PM
  
LIPSKYklipsky@verizon.netDonation to the city of Covington’s fire department training program

​Hi there, I saw your make over episode of Jeremy Holmes on Netflix.  You have a fundraiser for training firefighters. I would like to send you a small donation but can’t find any way to do that. Could you please let me know how I could do that? You guys do a very important job and I think getting trained properly is important. 

Best wishes, 

KAREN LIPSKY MA

NewFire Department2/13/2018 1:09 AM
  
Crumbleymcrumbley@uwa.edu5022628576University of West AlabamaUniversity of West AlabamaLivingstonAL35470Covington Education Opportunities

​Good afternoon, 

A city employee recently mentioned to me that city of Covington employees used to be able to take classes with Troy University because of their campus in the city, however, that campus is now closed. I am the Regional Field Manager for the University of West Alabama, and I live in Covington. I'd love to provide resources and assistance for anyone left in the gap that Troy left. We have no plans for a campus in the area; however, I am available to provide individualized support for online students. I'd also love to work out a scholarship for city employees that attend with us. We can fund the scholarship so the county does not have to pay anything; we will just ask for a point of contact to verify individuals are employed by the county. We do not require any sort of exclusivity, so employees are free to go anywhere. We just provide a little incentive to go with us via the scholarship. Is this something that the City of Covington would be interested in? 

We are accredited with SACS, and we have programs in education, business, public safety, etc. We have highly competitive tuition rates, and we do not charge out of state fees for Georgia students. Either way, please let me know! I can be reached via email or phone. I'm about 15 minutes from downtown, and I'd love to come by and talk in person if it would help.

Thank you, 
Matt Crumbley
(502) 262-8576
online.uwa.edu

NewHuman Resources2/14/2018 12:41 PM
  
Zagallobeatrice.zagallo@yardi.com8008661124 x2873500 Colonial Center Pkwy Ste. 200RoswellGA30076Landlord Utility Recovery Inquiry

​To whom It May Concern,

I assist a company that provides third party utility billing services to building owners in Georgia using the City of Covington for their utility services. My company specifically helps our clients recover utility costs (e.g., water/sewer/gas/electric/trash and pest) from their tenants. Our single-family home clients are the property owners/landlords, that are set-up with their tenants using a re-billing method. Each home gets individually metered by the City for their usage, but since the accounts are in the client’s name, the client re-bills the metered usage for each home, typically with a service fee attached for the billing services provided. From my understanding, this type of method does not seem to be prohibited by the City's rules and regulations. Please let me know if my understanding of the above is accurate and compliant with the City or direct me towards any applicable rules/regulations I should be aware of. Your guidance is greatly appreciated.

 Thanks,

Beatrice Zagallo

NewAirport Manager - John King2/16/2018 11:49 AM
  
CamaraRs_camara@yahoo.comMassachusettsNon-urgent Superman Request

​Okay fine it's pretty urgent...

Is Superman single?  If so, please feel free to be my platonic (or not so platonic depending on your answer) pen pal.  Leaving a message on a small Georgian town website an all time low, you say?  You may be right but it's worth a shot : ]

P.S. I was an EMT so we can triage and chill.

Also-- not old.

Also-- not an online dater so this awkward message might make me look like a serial killer.

Also-- probably shouldn't say serial killer on a government website but here we are...

Sincerely, Rachelle. 


NewFire Department2/17/2018 12:48 AM
  
Davischarika.davis@outlook.com678-704-1445678-704-1445deposit

​When will i get my deposit back that was paid on February 2, 2017?

my account # is 00019805

address-- 8151 Sterling Lakes Drive SW

Covington GA 30014

NewCustomer Service2/18/2018 9:46 AM
  
Burrelldick-1@charter.net6785429011145 Wildwood TrailOxfordGA30054Removal

​I have an easement for power lines on my property. About three weeks ago a company came and cut the tree's and brush down on the easement. The area is a darn mess. Do you intend to clean it up?

NewAirport Manager - John King2/19/2018 11:20 AM
  
Parkerruelparker@bellsouth.net4045800789Street Lights

​Following street lights burning 24/7:  Crestview Drive 7210 and 8150

Fairway Drive 8271

Corner of Martin St. and Flat Rock

NewAirport Manager - John King2/19/2018 11:25 AM
  
Andrewsrdsp3@icloud.com470-444-1389SamePast due bill.

​according to my bill, dispatched electronically, it appears as if my account is in arrears by $325.00+.  I electronically submitted my February payment on 1/31/18 in full.  Please review my account and advise me if it is actually in arrears.  Thank you.

NewAirport Manager - John King2/20/2018 4:31 PM
  
Mathisdmthedo@gmail.com77035636399132 Bypass Rd.CovingtonGeorgia30014Zaxbys pipe

​Drive thru at Zaxbys has a pipe that needs to be identified and covered. 

NewCustomer Service2/22/2018 12:02 PM
  
Delgardothamanidelgardo@msn.com3102271979310227197965 Cornish Trace DriveCovingtonGA30014

​I want to offer my sincerest " THANKS!!!!",  for sending the litter pick up team and law enforcement officer out, very promptly, in response to my email. Having only recently relocated from Los Angeles, I was unsure of who or how to make such a request. Now, I feel pride again driving throughout my neighborhood. Further, as I invite family and friends to come visit, which they will be doing this month and next,I want them to be able to go back to  Los Angeles and spread the word  about how pretty Covington is!  So, once again, my sincerest thanks and appreciation.

Best Regards,

Thamani Delgardo

NewCity Mayor - Ronnie Johnston2/23/2018 11:20 AM
  
Patrickmarkdp1959@gmail.com

​hey glenn, send me your email address

NewEngineering Department2/26/2018 1:39 PM
  
nguyenTroy@dofinancials.com remax grandsouth4500 satellite blvd ste 2380duluthGeorgia30096Covington Town Center  (Retail Leasing)

I represent many retail clients.  Who can I get in touch for retail leasing?  Thank you. ​

NewPlanning and Zoning2/26/2018 11:22 PM
  
Jamesrijeka87@yahoo.com90130547469013054746youth villagestn38351

​i am contacting you to confirm that i no longer live at 529 valley ave. i have not lived at this resident since 2/2/18. thank you

NewGas Department2/27/2018 2:13 PM
  
McGeecmcgee@communityclubmgmt.com770-751-8333 x 1229Iris Brook HOA408 Piedmont CircleCovingtonGA30013Street Light conversion

Iris Brook HOA a new Century community built in Covington has sold 50% of the community.  Does Newton County take over the cost of street lights in the community at this point.  Phase 1 and Phase 2 (29 poles) are already being paid by the HOA with Snapping Shoals - account # 4572175.  Phase 3 & Phase 4 (14 poles) need to be turned on.​

NewCustomer Service2/28/2018 4:24 PM
  
NYE-HARRISLAN0362@OPTONLINE.NET845494041450 OAK STGREENWOOD LAKENY10925DEATH CERTIFICATE

I am trying to locate death records for my Mother's brother and his wife that passed away in 2008.  We do not know where they died.  I did find a last address as either Forsyth or Covington, GA.  Their names are William J (Joseph) Post and Brenda J (Joyce) Post.  Last contact with them was in the 80's.  If you can help me with any information, it would be greatly appreciated.  Thank you, Lynn Nye-Harris​

NewCustomer Service3/1/2018 1:42 PM
  
Fransentcfran1@yahoo.com

​I just saw your episode on Queer Eye and wanted to say "well done, you !."  I wish they could come here  Fire fighters everywhere deserve so much more than we give them.

NewAirport Manager - John King3/2/2018 9:18 PM
  
Clackumkclackum@charter.net4049066197Revive Church2117 Pace St.NECovingtonGA30014Solid Waste charges/dumpsters

I have left two messages with the sanitation department but have not received a call back yet.  Our church is located in the store front on 2117 Pace St.  We are charged around $30 a month for solid waste pick up; however, there is only one dumpster, which is located behind NAPPA.  Are we all being charged $30 to share one dumpster among six businesses?  Is there a way to request additional dumpsters?  We only meet once a week and do not have enough trash for $30 a month fee.

Thank you for your help.​

NewCustomer Service3/5/2018 10:45 AM
  
Newmanbailey@couponchief.com

Hi,


I saw that you included “fire safety education” in a post on Covington Georgia’s website here:

http://www.cityofcovington.org/departmentsnew/Fire_Department/Pages/default.aspx


Thanks for this – I’ve been looking for some content about emergency preparation online. It’s nice to see that your website has info that could be useful to people looking to prepare for emergencies and disasters. We at Coupon Chief have just created a massive guide titled “How to Save on Emergency Supplies – Disaster Prep on a Budget.” It includes up-to-date information and special tips to help prepare families for emergencies.


Can I send you the link to the guide? We’re hoping you could help us spread the word by sharing and linking to it. :)


Thanks in advance for your consideration!


Bailey

NewFire Department3/6/2018 9:58 AM
  
Vaughnrick.vaughn@colliers.com4048314141Colliers International1230 Peachtree StAtlantaGA30309Im am trying to find the construction permit drawings for a building in Covington

The address is 4117 & 4129 Mil​l St.  which was built in 2003.

NewEngineering Department3/6/2018 2:14 PM
  
Walkerthomas@homesafetyhub.org6022622971emergency preparation on your site - I’d still like to help!

Hi again,


As I’m sure you’re aware, people die - daily! - from inadequate emergency preparation. Preparation - and related information - saves lives.


I'm a disaster educator and I'm currently building out a directory of disaster-related resources on my site (HomeSafetyHub.org) where I will also publish an e-learning course on preparation.


To help save more lives I recommend you add the following resources to your site:


"Year Round" Severe Weather Safety Advice

https://www.statefarm.com/simple-insights/safety/weather

Disaster Safety and Prevention: Protecting Your Home and Family

https://www.homeadvisor.com/r/disaster-safety-and-prevention/

Emergency Preparedness & Vulnerable Populations: Planning for Those Most at Risk.

https://www.cdc.gov/phpr/whatwedo/vulnerable.htm

Checklist: Emergency Planning for Seniors

https://www.agingcare.com/articles/prepare-elders-for-emergencies-147770.htm

Disaster Safety for People with Disabilities: What to Do When Emergency Weather Strikes

https://www.redfin.com/blog/disaster-safety-for-people-with-disabilities

Disaster preparedness for families with food allergies

https://www.care.com/c/stories/729/disaster-preparedness-for-families-with-food/

Do You Have a Pet Emergency Preparedness Plan?

https://www.angieslist.com/articles/do-you-have-pet-emergency-preparedness-plan.htm


Thank you and, above all, be safe!



Thomas Walker

disaster educator

Homesafetyhub.org


NewCity Manager - Leigh Anne Knight3/8/2018 7:14 PM
  
Hermanchelseam@narramore.net864-242-9881Narramore AssociatesPlan Review Fees

Good morning, I am with Narramore Associates, we are getting ready to submit a commercial building project for Plan Review. This is an expansion to an existing Aldi Food Store located at 11152 HWY 142 NE, Covington, GA. The Construction value is $800,000​. If possible could you provide the required fees and who the check needs to be made out to?


Thank you for your time and help!

Chelsea Herman

Job Captain, Narramore Associates

NewPlanning and Zoning3/9/2018 9:02 AM
  
Newmanbailey@couponchief.com8666436496Coupon Chief774 Mays Blvd #10-528Incline VillageNevada89451Re: Hi from Bailey

Hi,


I’m Bailey from Coupon Chief. Just wanted to ask if you received my email about our savings guide to disaster preparation. I’m resending it in case you didn’t. I hope you don’t mind if I include a link here – thought you might want to see it first:

https://www.couponchief.com/guides/guide_to_saving_money_on_disaster_preparation


Best,


Bailey


NewFire Department3/9/2018 11:30 AM
  
Hoganryan@triscapes.com770-990-4045Pace Street LCI

I am the representative for the Pace Street LCI low bid contractor.  I was wondering if the project was going to be awarded?​

NewCity Manager - Leigh Anne Knight3/12/2018 3:17 PM
  
Robbinsjimmy.robbins@gmail.com678615912993 Deerfield RdCovingtonGA30014Disconnect Fee

I was charged a disconnect fee, but my service was not disconnected.​ My address is 93 Deerfield Rd. My account number is 00022653. Please remove this fee from my account.

NewElectric Department3/12/2018 8:47 PM
  
ShiversColtonshivers@yahoo.com770-743-9077Electric service

My address is 50 Harlin ct. Is there anyway I can pay $100 now and set up a payment arrangement on Thursday for the remanding balance? I just need to get my power cut back on and I don’t have the $261 at the moment. Thank you for your time. 

NewElectric Department3/13/2018 11:50 AM
  
Magnusonsmagnuson@osnational.com678-527-7892OSNational2170 Satellite Blvd, Suite 200DuluthGeorgia30097Lien Payoff

We have a closing on 9117 Sterling Lakes Circle and need to know the process of obtaining a payoff on the lien filed. If someone could call or email me with the process I would appreciate it.


Thank you,


Stephanie Magnuson


NewStormwater Department3/16/2018 2:43 PM
  
Siegmanj@hazardhub.com858-487-9201858-487-9201HazardHub, Inc17330, Via Del CampoSan DiegoCA92127Fire Hydrants

​Hi Chief Bowles,

I'm hoping you can help me.  We're in the process of putting together a national database of fire hydrant locations that will be used by insurance companies to better determine the appropriate rate for property and casualty insurance.  We've already compiled over 3.1 million hydrants including a growing portion of Georgia and I'd like to add yours to the mix.  I know that this information is already given to Verisk/ISO so they can rate your fire stations.  Is it possible to get this information from you?  

 

You can see our application consumer facing application at www.freehomerisk.com.  Hydrants will be added to the return at the end of April and we'd love to have yours in there.  We combine the hydrant location with the distance to the local fire station to automatically determine the FireProtection Class of every property in your city. It's one of the most important and asked questions - "how far is the nearest hydrant?" Our goal is to automate that process.  If you have hydrant locations in shapefile, geodatabase or Excel format that would be excellent.  You can see sort of how the tool would work on our website, www.hazardhub.com under the Tools tab.  We have distance to fire station and distance to fire hydrant will be similar.  As you will see we are not charging for this application.

 

We are not interested in anything that could be considered sensitive information.  Just the hydrant locations.  The same information we could gather driving down the streets of your town.  We will never make the data public and it will never be resold.  It will only be used for calculating the distance from the address to the nearest fire hydrant.  We are giving that information away for free.

 

Some of the places in Georgia that have graciously provided us with hydrants include: Atlanta, Columbus, Sandy Springs, East Point, Stockbridge, McDonough, Tifton, Brunswick, Bainbridge, Austell, Locust Grove, and dozens of others.  Some other places from around the country that have provided hydrants include: Washington DC, Boston, New York, Miami, Seattle, Indianapolis, Houston, Minneapolis, Memphis, Seattle, Portland, Denver, Hartford, Pittsburgh, and Birmingham.

 

Thanks in advance for your help with this.

 

John​

NewFire Department3/17/2018 5:39 PM