I didn't see any restrictions on size......RIP
FACT: Atlanta is growing & will continue to grow. FACT: As the population grows, so will the demand for housing,so will the number of cars on the road. FACT: Atlanta has abandoned infrastructure in the city, only to rebuild it further out, resulting in urban sprawl. What is wrong with smart growth principles? The Beltline project demonstrates smart growth principles. Instead of fighting growth, Atlantans needs to engage & adopt smart growth principles. Focus on more city-centered, transit and pedestrian oriented mix of housing, commercial and retail uses. LIZ COYLE supports smart growth and she doesn't make statements that she can't deliver. I have to LOL regarding Tad Christian. As a neighborhood "leader", very non-responsive, hates trees, unavailable and pro-developer. Read his website....on "HOW" he is going to reduce taxes....blah, blah, blah. No solution. Alex, nice guy. Good pedigree.....slick talker_pretty boy. Doubt if he can make anything happen in City Council. He would be a good PR person for the city. Steve Brodie....well, he is smart. He & Liz are probably the best candidates. I HOPE the citizens of 30306 have enough sense to know that TAD is BAD & ALEX is the best car salesman around.
Anyone that Franklin endorses, is not my candidate. As far as Norwood, she responds and shows up when residents in the city have problems. Speaking of HONESTY & INTEGRITY...Remember the infill issue? Who stepped forward? Not Franklin....she & Borders are in bed with residential developers. Norwood's actions were a real inconvenience for Franklin. Mary worked with the neighborhoods to keep the Tree Ordinance enforced. When asked, by the neigborhoods for support, Franklin and Borders did NO-THING. Kasim is another "slick talking-big spender". Been there-done that...Bill Campbell. Republican, Democrat, Libertarian....non-issue. EVERYONE who is eligible, needs to vote for our next Mayor and their City Council Reps. Kwicherbichen!
Are you kidding? Pathetic. You don't have to get "fired-up" to cast your vote. Mary Norwood is the ONLY choice. She is accessible, responsive and she takes action. She was a pain in Mayor Franklin's "arse" because she challenged neighborhood infill, building codes, traffic issues and much more. Kasim is another "smooth talker, big spending" pretty boy.......remember Bill Campbell?? Lisa Borders, well, she didn't do much. IF you don't live in the city, then don't bother commenting.
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