Neighbors Against Greenhaven takes the Summer off while Kathryn Rice is posting daily on The Rice Report

Greenhaven’s Greatest Hits 2019

As most of us prepare for the change from Spring to Summer and, hopefully less pollen, we thought it would be good to recap before Summer break with Neighbors Against Greenhaven greatest hits, our most read posts thus far.

We generated a lot more interest this year that was gained from our increased use of social media, attending neighborhood association meetings and joining forces with Concerned Citizens in Opposition to Greenhaven and DeKalb Strong.

During 2019 we had 6,530 visitors and over 18,000 Page Views. That’s a lot for $99/year website with no professional writing staff. Pitted against Greenhaven, Ga’s staff and highly paid lobbyists, our grassroots group has been pretty impressive. Throw in the fact that this is the first year Greenhaven has not has a sponsor in five years and this the proverbial speaking truth to power. We can’t rest on our laurels, but we can certainly take a few months off, but we’ll be back.

Neighbors Against Greenhaven 2019 website stats through April 30, 2019
Neighbors Against Greenhaven 2019 website stats through April 30, 2019

Meanwhile, Imagine Greenhaven’s Kathryn Rice is broadcasting a daily podcast. Not monthly, not weekly, but 5 days a week. On her last Facebook podcast she mentioned that she is moving the podcast from her personal Facebook page to a Facebook Page called The Rice Report. We could only wish we had that much time on our hands.

Let’s begin the recap. Below we show our most viewed post for 2019.


  1. Why N.A.G. Opposes Greenhaven
  2. Police remove Greenhaven’s Kathryn Rice from State Capitol
  3. Greenhaven, Vista Grove and Vernon Jones? Yes, that Vernon Jones
  4. Greenhaven, Ga: How it all began
  5. Big Money Lobbyist for Greenhaven and Vista Grove
  6. Greenhaven Opposition Meeting a Success


Last, but not least, Neighbors Against Greenhaven and Citizens in Opposition to Greenhaven were interviewed by a graduating Agnes Scott student who grew up in South DeKalb. She will be presenting an article on the opposition to Greenhaven in an upcoming article on their website.

Again thanks for all the help and have a great summer!


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