By Guest Columnist NOEL MORRIS, a writer and producer who specializes in classical and orchestral music Since the start of the pandemic, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra has turned up in the most unexpected places, including in ...
Some cash for MARTA, police training and rural hospitals might not make it.
But as usual, the budget is mostly health care and education
The Woodruff Arts Center saw its credit outlook downgraded from stable to negative as analysts expect further weakening in revenues. In addition, revenues had been declining for years before COVID-19, Woodruff has disclosed to investors.
This would gets Georgia through June. Longer-term budget to come.
“My fellow Georgians, the state of the state is resilient. And we will endure.” – Gov. Brian Kemp, 2021 State of the State message.
The feds will do much of the new spending in Georgia, not the state.
And Chattahoochee Brick is back in the news.
But will Georgia's budget-writers do anything with the list?
This was expected and Georgia is not alone. Now how to pay it back?
Schools are the biggest single cost and they take the biggest cut.
But there's a lot less money for the jail.
The 2.0 version of the Atlanta Way won’t retool the city into Wakanda. The efforts emerging from Atlanta City Hall do represent the start of a response to calls for justice issued by protestors following ...
There's talk of "looking at revenue." That is, getting more money.
Atlanta’s past sale of trophy properties, such as Underground Atlanta, has helped ease pressure on the city’s upcoming budget and put Atlanta ahead of other governments that have kept assets such as public golf courses ...
Pressure is on to get the city jail shut.
State spending is already lean.