"I moved here. I’m not from here.
I came off the street. It’s been a pretty good home.
It’s a nice place to live. It’s very convenient. The bus system is convenient.
I want to treat people with a kind heart.
"William Marvin Cotton. I am from Jacksonville, Florida. My mother brought me here in the '40s.
Well, I’m a daylight and a Maconite. They call me a daywalker. But I see things at night. Things I ain’t never seen before and
"I wish Macon had better public transportation. I think that would be a critical thing in getting people to visit downtown. I’m a man, but I’ve never felt unsafe walking the streets at night. I really think that stigma that
"I went to Mercer, but I grew up primarily in Hawkinsville, which is right down the road. If you can’t get in Hawkinsville, and you can’t get it in Perry, then you’re going to Macon. So, I was familiar with
"I’ve always been an artist, pretty much. Art major, art teacher before real estate.
The only time we ever left Macon, we lived in Atlanta, and I was going to go to Georgia State and get my master’s. I was
"‘Kamauri’ means ‘deliverance’ in Swahili, and ‘Jamarion’ means strong-willed man.
I am originally from Philadelphia. I moved down here when I was seven, a military child. We used to live in North Macon, Lake Wildwood, to be exact. And we moved