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"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.

"I think that’s the best part about Macon, is that you can...I think that Macon’s the type of city that it’s small enough so that you can start something on your own and really make an impact."

-Rachel

"I can’t see that in any other city. The community. The interconnectivity. The ground level."

-Anthony

"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

"It feels like a family downtown. I guess it was just fate that I came here. ‘Cause I know nobody here."

-Jay Fly

"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