I would hate it if my hard work went toward my living in an isolated mcmansion surrounded by my demographic peers. And this whole article is about engaged residents who consider themselves stakeholders trying to make their neighborhood's quality of life better.
Here's an idea. Let's have state or national tax $$ that fund schools based solely on how many students a school has, rather than tethering funding to property taxes. Is that not fair? Right, children with 'suburban' parents who like 'nice schools' and 'have money' deserve to keep their children as far away from poor kids as 8 lane highways will take them.
yeah if public funds are going toward building the falcons a new stadium, then ATL should just own the team like the GB pack. who the hell needs Blank?
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