So far, the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservationhas gotten to work preserving two Westside houses — preserving the character of the homes, but also preserving an affordable price. Now through a land donation to Habitat, a new house will come out of the program too.
Fort Mac’s board got a new pitch Monday for a team that would remake unused acres of the former army base. Now, the master planner, Macauley Investments, wants to partner with David Moody, CEO of C.D. Moody Construction.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has asked many departments for ideas to cut spending over the next 21 months. But with economists predicting only a mild recession — if any for Georgia — lawmakers have some questions about this idea.
U.S. attorneys general including Georgia’s Chris Carr are asking whether Google has crossed the line from aggressive business practices into illegal, monopolistic ones. It’s not the first time AGs have banded together to investigate a company.
With almost 4 million votes cast, Team Abrams in 2018 demonstrated how many Georgia voters can turn up to vote Democrat, for the right candidate with the right ground game. The Democratic Party of Georgia is taking some things away from that example.
When it comes to gaming, the odds are always in the house’s favor — so when the government taxes the house, it’s a win for the government. But wrangling over the not-yet-existent spoils will lower the odds against any gaming bill passing in Georgia next year.