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Government, The Neighborhood Files
Due in part to development-related noise, proposal calls for several changes to noise limits on levels and duration, particularly during the late night and early morning hours.
Monday evening's meeting on the westside is an opportunity to provide your input on how the Atlanta BeltLine should move forward with the rest of the project.
The jobless rates for both the state and metro Atlanta area still trail the current national unemployment rate of 7.9 percent.
Contest invites college students in metro Atlanta to revamp the highest honor the Atlanta mayor can bestow on citizens, businesses and visitors.
Georgia's Governor cites unknown costs, lack of flexibility in federal regulations.
GDOT Board votes to spend $1.7 million to help spruce up the bridges as part of an overall plan to present the interstate corridor as a more welcoming area to visitors.
Government, Volunteers in the News
Grant from Midtown-based private foundation will help support the development of the recently opened Eastside Trail
Legislation approved Wednesday by the Atlanta city council’s transportation committee would push for employees of the company that writes parking tickets to be more courteous with city drivers. Full council to vote on contract changes next week.
Georgia added more than 36,000 jobs last month to push the number of jobs to its highest level in almost four years.
Midtown-based pedestrian advocacy organization hands out annual Golden Shoe Awards, including one to the Atlanta BeltLine that is hosting a public-invited implementation plan meeting Thursday night on the westside.
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