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The Atlanta Public Schools chief issued a lengthy, blistering criticism of the city's proposal to publicly finance a massive redevelopment of the Gulch, and suggested... [Read More]
The Spruill Center for the Arts is currently "gridlocked" at its home at the North DeKalb Cultural Arts Center and says more classroom space is... [Read More]
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An organized effort to urge potential voters to approve Brookhaven's $42 million parks bond referendum is ramping up as the Nov. 6 election nears, but... [Read More]
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Police and a parks group are pushing more than 100 homeless people to leave wooded camps along Peachtree Creek in the Lindbergh and Buford Highway... [Read More]
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The Atlanta and Sandy Springs feud over the water system continues, as Atlanta says the latest Sandy Springs' analysis of the operation is "misleading" and... [Read More]
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Trees Atlanta is hosting its second annual tree sale featuring more than 1,500 native and exotic plants at Brook Run Park in Dunwoody on Saturday,... [Read More]
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Brookhaven Mayor John Ernst will talk stormwater at this month's town hall meeting on Thursday, Oct. 18, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at City... [Read More]
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The dialogue to plan for the future of the north end of Sandy Springs continues as the community is invited to discuss the draft visions... [Read More]
The city of Atlanta denied Sandy Springs' accusations about water system operation, saying the allegations are "untrue and irresponsible." Sandy Springs has argued that Atlanta... [Read More]
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The city of Atlanta insists it is correctly billing the city of Sandy Springs for its water service, which it has provided since shortly after... [Read More]
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The Brookhaven mayor and City Council got their first public look Oct. 9 at the city's proposed 2019 budget totaling $47.5 million. Last year's budget... [Read More]
The Dunwoody mayor and City Council approved Oct. 8 a $70,000 contract with ConnectSouth to be the city's lobbyist group in the General Assembly for... [Read More]
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Mount Vernon Presbyterian Church in Sandy Springs and the Friends of the Sandy Springs Library will co-host an author talk with storyteller/poet Eve Hoffman regarding... [Read More]
The city of Atlanta announced the launch of a new initiative Oct. 9 aimed at accelerating the repair of potholes, roads and other city infrastructure.... [Read More]
Sandy Springs has set a public meeting for residents to provide input on north end redevelopment proposals created by a task force. The meeting will... [Read More]
A separate city program that funds nonprofit groups' budget requests for such things as building repairs and renovations is being eliminated as part of the... [Read More]
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Street sweepers will begin Oct. 8 cleaning all Brookhaven's city streets totaling some 254 lane miles. Plans are for the street sweeping to be finished... [Read More]
The statewide voter registration deadline for the upcoming Nov. 6 election is Oct. 9. Races on the ballot include Georgia governor, seats on the U.S.... [Read More]
Overall Target Population: The general public and its key organizations and institutions (e.g., businesses, civic, political, faith-based, human service, public safety, etc.).Overall Factors Addressed: Lack... [Read More]
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Three elementary schools that feed into Sandy Springs' Riverwood International Charter School have received International Baccalaureate certification, making Riverwood the first Fulton cluster to be... [Read More]
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