Atlanta City Council candidate Q and A: Cleta Winslow

Cleta Winslow, incumbent candidate for Atlanta City Council District 4. Credit: Downloaded from city council.atlantaga.gov

Cleta Winslow, incumbent candidate for Atlanta City Council District 4. Credit: Downloaded from city council.atlantaga.gov

Cleta Winslow was first elected to Atlanta City Council in 1993. She’s now on the Public Safety Committee, the Community Development/Human Services Committee and the Committee on Council.

Winslow declined an interview request made in person by the Saporta Report, saying that media have gotten things wrong about her so she does not talk to the press. She did not respond to a subsequent email requesting a written response.

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Maggie Lee is a freelance reporter who's been covering Georgia and metro Atlanta government and politics since 2008.

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  1. Alton Drew says:

    I live in the West End. I have been here for nine years. The area is stagnant. There is a lethargy. Among young people, especially young men, there is a “going no where” attitude. From older folks, there is a “We’re just here waiting for retirement, death, and Jesus.” The West End, like Cleta Winslow’s city council portrait, is stuck in the past….Report

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