By King Williams The following is a compilation of the 18 best, worst, and most important trends and developments emanating from within and throughout metro Atlanta and the state of Georgia for 2018. This list was compiled by me with input from people within SaportaReport and beyond. The list comes from a combination of hard […]
As published in the Atlanta Business Chronicle on Aug. 31, 2018
The City of Atlanta needs to invest $1 billion to add another 24,000 units of affordable housing within the next eight years, according to a well-represented task force that has been meeting since January.
As published in the Atlanta Business Chronicle on June 15, 2018
Combating human trafficking in metro Atlanta has become a top priority, especially with the anticipation of the city’s hosting of the 2019 Super Bowl.
The Metro Atlanta Anti-Human Trafficking Coalition is a three-year plan being implemented by the International Human Trafficking Institute, one of two institutes affiliated with the Center for Civil and Human Rights.
At the Atlanta Police Foundation’s Crime is Toast breakfast Tuesday morning, Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey announced that the company was making a $2 million gift to the foundation’s upcoming Vision Safe Atlanta campaign.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms also announced both she and Quincey had agreed to co-chair the Atlanta Police Foundation’s $35 million capital campaign, which will build at least one new @Promise Youth Center on the Southside along Metropolitan Avenue.
The $100,000 that Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms provided in the city budget for HIV program resources is the latest indication she is on track to fulfill campaign promises to support the city’s LGBTQ community.