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When's the "larger crackdown that will take place across the entire city" happening?
Scroll back up, colorsilk30.
ormewood....what happened? the article cuts off mid-sentence??
If the fast-food manager in Lawrenceville refuses to provide the district manager's phone number, post that information on Twitter and Facebook. The national office will call you as quickly as they can.
The thieves in Chosewood Park nabbed "proprietary" food items ?
What is a proprietary food item ?
finally, something can be done about all the bankers and lawyers squatting in BoA Plaza.
I think you're forgetting to mention that East Lake Meadows was demolished in 1995, explaining the crime drop.
re ellijay: this is how many people find out they have a penicillin allergy. They are prescribed it for some routine infection, an they die in their sleep the first night of the course of treatment. Shocking and sad. :(
I'm as staunch an ITPer as anyone, but are we really going to be so parochial that Stone Mountain can't be considered an Atlanta landmark?
Man, whateverreal estate auction company got to be able to auction the Rufus M. Rose house was super lucky. How did they get that deal? I used to visit there all the time when I lived in the area.
In your Atlantic Station highlight, you missed a cool angle on that neighborhood.
They just opened the first major public charging station in Atlanta, as you reported yourself the week prior: http://clatl.com/freshloaf/archives/2011/08/31/atlantic-station-opens-electric-vehicle-charging-station
This represents a neat reversal of the environmental situation, from nasty brownfield to clean-tech pioneer.
Milton County Tea Party Patriots Citizens Council? The MCTPPCC? It's a joke for real, the question is if they're sincere or not.
Re: West End and our list serv
Good going West End. Let's demonstrate to the rest of the city that the neighborhood doesn't have greater issues to contend with other than being picky and petty.
Dunwoody's new logo looks an awful lot like Walmart's.
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