Manifestos are meant to be typed on non-electric typewriters in non-electrified cabins in the Montana wilderness.
Ahh. I suppose reading the linked articles helps.
Who is Lucy? (Other than my oldest dog, but I'm pretty sure ALL CAPS commenter above isn't referring to her...)
This article about TWC's threats to move is far better than that HuffPo/AP piece of crap (with the inexplicable Al Roker picture) you linked to above: http://mdjonline.com/view/full_story_no/24…
Maybe TWC should move to in-town Atlanta - I hear there's a large piece of real estate that should be available in the coming years...
Hope the Cobb County Commission enjoys the coming parade of companies showing up with outstretched hands, demanding their slice of corporate welfare.
I would bet Don Balfour chews with his mouth open and sweats profusely the entire time. Then he asks the state for a reimbursement after you pick up the tab.
@Jesse Phillips: whether you're for real or you're just a concern troll, you just regurgitated every conservative/right-wing/tea party talking point about scary dark-skinned people who live in the city. I find it hard to believe you're for real.
English Avenue does have very serious, deep-rooted problems (as do many other blighted areas of the city, as do similar areas in cities across the country), but describing every single person who lives there as uniformly having such negative qualities (do you include yourself?) is disingenuous, at best.
You sound like a troll.
kiteless, did you bother reading the linked article?
To answer your questions, the view is looking southeast from (roughly) the intersection of Hurt Plaza and Peachtree Center Ave.; yes, all of those buildings exist, the left-hand-side is the Arts & Humanities Building with "a tier of new laboratories for the arts", the University Library straight(ish) ahead, and the General Classroom Building (or whatever it's called now) on the right. Quite obviously the plan calls for removing most of the parking deck that the current plaza is located on top of - you can see in the distance where steps lead up to the plaza in front of GCB.
All of it is a part of the GSU campus master plan - which I'm trying to find a copy of. I'm thinking it hasn't been 100% finalized yet; no doubt when it is there will be a big roll-out.
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