I.agree with Ira. I would have loved to move Downtown when I didn't own a car. Especially if South Downtown was revitalized. One thing that detered me from doing so was the lack of a grocery store within walking distance. There used to be a Kroger, but I suppose it didn't do very well at the time. I would love for here to be another co-op, like Sevananda and individually owned businesses, in that quaint village-like atmosphere.
First it was The Burning of Atlanta. Now it's The Bulldozing of Atlanta. I am tired of any culture being washed away here. Why don't they try to add to what already exists, instead of wiping it out of existence? The residents moved-in, knowing well enough and of course they want it rezoned... their property values rise. Leave some history, please!
to divert our attentions
I know plenty of hard-working individuals who deserved a raise over 5 years ago, yet hasn't had one and are receiving more work and less help. Why should city hall get a raise? Why should the ones not receiving raises, pay for the raise?
same here! I've always wanted to live on the top floor!
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