Gregory Johnson, the head of Cincinnati’s housing authority who had been picked to be the next CEO of Atlanta’s housing authority, changed his mind. That decision came as a total surprise to Atlanta leaders, who were not notified by Johnson that he had decided to stay in Cincinnati.
The Atlanta Housing Authority is in the final stages of a national search for a new president and CEO – and that decision could set the stage for the future of affordable housing in the city of Atlanta.
By Sonam Vashi More than a dozen organizations will receive microgrants to help revitalize west side neighborhoods through an Atlanta Housing program funded by the U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) department. Fourteen groups working on programs that will help Ashview Heights, Vine City, and the neighborhood around the Atlanta University Center received $50,000 in […]
By King Williams Recently it was announced that MARTA, in partnership with Soccer in the Streets would be expanding its popular soccer program to 10 additional MARTA transit stations. Soccer in the Streets with support from Atlanta United Football Club, hopes to expand the program into a city-wide youth soccer league for kids in the […]