Sign in to comment!

Menu
Home

U.S.

Savannah City Manager OK's Sales of Girl Scout Cookies at Founder's Home

SAVANNAH, Georgia -- Savannah's city manager has granted an exemption for Girl Scouts to sell cookies outside the historic mansion of the woman who founded the organization nearly a century ago.

A complaint had halted the longtime practice of selling cookies on the public sidewalk outside the home of Juliette Gordon Low near a busy Savannah intersection. Savannah has an ordinance banning peddling on public sidewalks.

City Manager Rochelle Small-Toney used her power to make specific exemptions to city ordinance to allow the Scouts to continue their sales.

Low founded the Girl Scouts in Savannah in 1912.

Bank Rates

Loan Type Graph Rate +/- Last Week
30 Y Fixed Graph 3.90% dw 4.01%  
15 Y Fixed Graph 3.01% dw 3.13%  
30 Y Fixed Jumbo Graph 4.29% up 4.27%  
5/1 ARM Graph 3.19% dw 3.26%  
5/1 Jumbo ARM Graph 3.85% up 3.84%  
Loan Type Graph Rate +/- Last Week
$30K HELOC Graph 4.37% dw 4.38%  
$50K HELOC Graph 4.07% up 4.06%  
$30K Loan Graph 4.64% up 4.63%  
$50K Loan Graph 4.25% -- 4.25%  
$75K Loan Graph 4.25% -- 4.25%  
Loan Type Graph Rate +/- Last Week
36 M New Graph 3.07% up 3.06%  
36 M Used Graph 3.29% up 3.28%  
48 M New Graph 3.06% up 3.04%  
48 M Used Graph 2.95% dw 2.96%  
60 M New Graph 3.13% up 3.12%  
Loan Type Graph Yield +/- Last Week
6 month Graph 0.39% -- 0.39%  
1 yr Graph 0.63% up 0.62%  
5 yr Graph 1.48% dw 1.51%