This ‘n’ That: Ga. 400/Browns Bridge lane closures; Dems cry ‘foul’ over PSC bill; ‘The train is coming’

*Work in Forsyth County on the Browns Bridge Road widening and Georgia 400 Exit 18 bridge is expected to require lane closures from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the following days starting Monday:  

SR 400:

  • Monday-Tuesday, March 25-April 2
    • One northbound lane will be closed as bridge construction continues at Exit 18 
  • Wednesday-Thursday, March 27-28
    • One southbound lane will be closed as bridge construction continues at Exit 18 

SR 369 (Browns Bridge Road):  

  • Tuesday-Friday, March 26-29
    • Intermittent closures will occur to allow for paving work between Holtzclaw Road and the Exit 18 northbound on-ramp 

*Some Democrats are blasting a Republican proposal for electing Georgia’s Public Service Commission (PSC) members while a court sorts out a suit over commissioners’ districts. Georgia bill would give utility regulators extra years in office without facing voters – SRN News

*Fulton Co. D.A. Fani Willis says “The train is coming for Trump” in the Georgia election interference  
case. That’s despite efforts to remove her for a romantic relationship with lead prosecutor Nathan Wade. Trump attorneys, meanwhile, continue claiming she mishandled the prosecution and should be removed to avoid the appearance of impropriety. Steve Sadow adds it looks like Willis is ignoring Judge McAfee’s warning to be quiet in public.  

(Georgia News Network and SRN News contributed to this report.)