Vox, the author is not the same person that commented about biking and long-boarding downtown.
"...years earlier she operated a restaurant in Little Five Points whose decor duplicated that of a mobile home."
What was the name of this?
The new location is awful as well- it looks like the landscape has been built around it to honor him. The only suitable location would have been in the basement where nobody would ever see it. Or maybe in the new civil rights museum as an example of Georgia's past glorification of hateful leaders.
Same with Reynoldstown/Edgewood. A developer has planned a mixed use project on Moreland across from Edgewood Retail that will have a 6-story parking deck. This is adjacent to a MARTA rail station, so should be Transit Oriented Development. It's also within the Beltline Overlay (not to mention it's directly across the street from a sea of parking). It exceeds Beltline Overlay standards for parking spaces but is expected to be approved anyways.
When will this stop?
"Ultimately, we've got a group of folks who aren't interest in supporting longterm historically black churches."
So if you don't want to add another surface parking lot to a city that's for too long completely catered to the needs of drivers, and you'd like that to change... you're racist. Ok...
Jeez, I was editing that when it posted. Not implying a candidate him or herself did it, but my opinion, and you can differ, is that it's a supporter of one of them. My earlier post was facetious, guess that wasn't clear. Whoever it is it's obviously lame, and to that we can agree.
Ok, sorry, I didn't mean to imply that all of the opponents were behind it, if that's how that seemed. But... maybe it's just me, but it seems like it would have been one of her opponents that did this. Or maybe some random person is collecting them for an art project.
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