At Wednesday’s Eggs & Issues breakfast hosted by the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, newly reelected Gov. Brian Kemp opened the door for the state to start tackling the issue of housing affordability as an economic development issue.
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s initiative to address the mental health crisis is taking a major leap forward Wednesday with the announcement that the foundation of David and Helen Zalik will donate 10 acres of land with two large buildings for a new campus.
Georgia House Speaker David Ralston would maybe modify, but not overturn, policies that Atlanta’s watching.
A powerful Georgia state lawmaker is about set in train a good look at railroads, to get more freight moving through Georgia more quickly. That might also mean better drives for folks in cars.
As published in the Atlanta Business Chronicle on Jan. 19, 2018
The United Wayof Greater Atlanta moved across the alley way to its new digs on Jan. 16.
The space in the Loudermilk Conference Center, downtown by Georgia State University, used to be leased by the Atlanta Regional Commission, which has moved to Peachtree Center.
By early next month, Georgia lawmakers will publish a plan to deepen cooperation among and increase spending on metro Atlanta’s public transit agencies. They’ve got a big job, looking for a way to unify a region and minimize difficulties in an always-expensive, now fragmented, and sometimes contentious area of public policy.
Listen around official Atlanta at the beginning of 2018, and it seems that buses and rail might be one of the themes of the year.
With a Tuesday vote, the members of a state House panel decided to commission a study on the state’s mass transit needs, and how to fund and manage the delivery of that transit.
A group of state legislators plus county and transit bosses convened in Atlanta on Thursday to start work on recommendations for the state’s transit systems. They heard a hint that state leaders may look favorably on Georgia contributions toward transit.