Bob Gale

Bob Gale, Asheville, NC, is the Ecologist & Public Lands Director for MountainTrue, a non-profit environmental organization that champions clean water, resilient forests, and healthy communities. Bob has worked for the organization since 1998, providing scientific input on issues related Read More

Marie Dunkle

Marie Dunkle, Vice Chair, Tiger, GA, has over 30 years experience in the technology management field and in working with private industry and government agencies regarding environmental health and safety. She provides quality environmental and emergency management consulting and training Read More

Bill Blumreich III

Bill Blumreich III, Treasurer, Young Harris, GA, holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Geology. Prior to retirement in 2003, Bill was employed by Exxon Corporation for 35 years as a geoscientist and senior technical advisor. He brings strong technical, analytical, Read More

Lucy Ezzard Bartlett

Lucy Ezzard Bartlett, Past Chair, Tiger, GA, is a native of Rabun County, located in the North Georgia Mountains. Bartlett has always been an environmentalist since her rural heritage taught her to “care for the land and it will care Read More

Guidelines for becoming a WaysSouth supporting organization

Supporting organizations play a vital role with WaysSouth by assisting with Dissemination of transportation information Contacts with various governmental units about transportation issues Providing information about relevant local issue Providing critical mass in promoting vital transportation issues In turn, WaysSouth Read More

Contact Us

WaysSouth may be reached via US Mail at WaysSouth 1074 Arbor Drive Lakemont, Georgia 30552 For more information, please contact Melanie Mayes , Chair Email

Take Action

. . . . Voice your opinion. It will make a difference. . As official public input opportunities are announced for projects that WaysSouth is working on, we will keep you informed on this page and through action alerts, and Read More

Emerging Issues 2

4/18/11, Yahoo! Finance The Worst Roads in the U.S. (Ranking N.C.’s roads second-worst in the nation) 09/14/2010, Cherokee Scout Train eyeing stop in Murphy: Passenger rail service possible for Cherokee County

Emerging Issues

CURRENT ALERTS None at this time. PAST ALERTS 8/17/10 Submit Comments on the Asheville Region’s Long Range Transportation Plan! 9-30-09 Save the Dragon Poker Run 6/24/09 Your Help – Needed Today 6/22/09 Breaking News: Transportation Bill Released