It’s so frustrating to keep revisiting the issue of whether to build rail on the BeltLine after years of repeated voter and citizen support for the concept.
Key Atlanta leaders remain fully committed to building rail on the Atlanta BeltLine.
Slowly, but surely, the Atlanta BeltLine is securing the necessary funds to complete the Southside Trail – which will connect the Eastside Trail with the Westside Trail.
Beltline CEO Clyde Higgs said boosting the amount of missing middle jobs is crucial for fostering equity and sustainable affordability along the popular multi-use trail.
The board of Atlanta BeltLine Inc. has selected Clyde Higgs, the interim executive, to serve in the permanent CEO role.
The board met in executive session Wednesday morning when members selected the future CEO of the complicated, multi-faceted project. But the board did not identify the new CEO at the time.
As published in the Atlanta Business Chronicle on Aug. 10, 2018
The Atlanta BeltLine Inc., in the midst of a transition in leadership, has adopted a new affordable housing strategy and has been actively engaged in acquiring land as well as making sure BeltLine transit remains on the City of Atlanta’s More MARTA plans.
One of the top bosses of Atlanta’s BeltLine said his organization is going to get focused on community, people, inclusion, equity and affordability.