Evans T. Primus, Jr. (Entrepreneur):
Mr. Primus graduated from Pierce County High in 2009. He attended the Art institute of Atlanta and other colleges from 2009 to 2016. He has the basic knowledge of welding, business administration, audio production, and automotive painting and repair. He plays a variety musical instruments.
It is our overall goal to provide more resources that improve equal quality education, access to quality healthcare & broadband technology, transportation, and erase racial lines in our minority communities.
He was recommended by a Citizen of Ware County to represent House seat 176 and later nominated to run for office. During that race, we implemented a home-school project to prevent cognitive decline due to COVID-19; increased the number of registered voters in southeast GA by sponsoring Voter Registration Drives and joined the Lowndes County Democratic Committee with phone banking; Sustained the Committee of Evans T Primus Jr. Bookstore in Ware County, GA. that give-away books to children (we are always in need of learning games and more books); and we will continue to address the needs of underserved communities."
We want to prioritize railroad safety in Waycross and southeast Georgia and want to put forth a proposal if elected to the Georgia Electives called the Decongesting Waycross Project. The proposed law is designed to help improve railroad crossing in Ware County. A prime example of improving railroad safety in southeast Georgia is at the intersection of Albany Avenue & Garlington Avenue here in Waycross.
Blocked crossings occur when stopped trains impede the flow of motor vehicle or pedestrian traffic at railroad tracks for extended periods of time. Communities have long dealt with the issue of blocked crossings, and the FRA is now seeking broad public input to better understand the scope of the problem and engage with affected parties to identify potential solutions. Blocked crossings pose potential safety risks, specifically in locations where trains routinely hinder roadway and pedestrian movement for extended periods. Frustrated drivers may attempt to clear the crossing before a train arrives. Likewise, pedestrians may be tempted to crawl between stopped railcars. Further, blocked crossings make people late for work, school and appointments, and contribute to roadway congestion.
We need solutions in regard to railroad crossings here in southeast Georgia.
The Georgia Department of Transportation, Office of Utilities (Department) administers a federally funded Section 130 program to evaluate and fund railroad-highway grade crossing safety improvements at public at-grade railroad crossings throughout the state of Georgia. Improvements under this Program may include the installation of new or upgraded train activated warning devices (bells, gates, and flashing lights); signing and pavement marking upgrades; elimination of redundant or unnecessary crossings; and other measures to enhance the safety and operational characteristics of Georgia’s public railroad-highway at-grade crossings.
The Department routinely partners with local road authorities for provision of roadway improvements or other modifications needed to accommodate the Grade Crossing Safety projects. Crossings are added to the program based on several factors including but not limited to: hazard index formulas, accident history, vehicular traffic, train traffic, school bus traffic, truck traffic, sight distance, consolidation opportunities, traffic/economic growth, and roadway conditions at a crossing. The program consists of a living list of potential projects, being reprioritized as crossing conditions change. Cost and scheduling play a role in where a project may fall in the program.
We need 5,000 votes and to get our Atkinson County Latino Community registered to vote before December 7,2020. Our Ground-Game-Plan is to knock on as many doors as we possibly can before the January 5,2021 General Election Run-Off. We will reach out to potential voters and continue with this plan as a long-term goal.
The Committee of Evans T Primus, Jr. Bookstore is the 1st culturally literary bookstore in Ware county with publications geared towards building a culture of literacy for every ethnic group, primarily, in Southwest Georgia by giving away free learning games and books to children from infancy to age 18. Tap on the books to register now.
Cultivating Lives Educational Services Inc is seeking small-business Support for a new cultural learning centre in efforts to help parents prevent a cognitive decline due to the unpredictable pandemic Covid-19.
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