Dade County Executive Ted Rumley looks over the planned community center and swimming pool for The Preserve, a 2,100-acre land development near Rising Fawn, Ga., that went bankrupt. Two men connected to the project were found guilty of fraud and money laundering in federal court last month.
Dade County Executive Ted Rumley looks over the planned community center and swimming pool for The Preserve, a 2,100-acre land development near Rising Fawn, Ga., that went bankrupt. Two men connected to the project were found guilty of fraud and money laundering in federal court last month.
Photo by Todd South .
published Sunday, May 5th, 2013
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RISING FAWN, Ga. — A pastoral slice of Dade County continues to offer the promise of rustic homes and beautiful views despite being mired in bankruptcy, fraud and delinquent taxes for the past three years.

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