Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Doraville GM plant deal is dead. No, wait, it's alive.

Posted By on Wed, Jun 9, 2010 at 2:50 PM

The plan to convert the shuttered General Motors facility along I-285 into a mixed-use Mecca is apparently still a go.

From the AJC:

DeKalb County officials insisted they are repairing a broken contract between GM and developer New Broad Street, and that the $36-million redevelopment project at GM's shuttered Doraville plant is still moving forward.

But county commissioners and Doraville officials, who must approve the project, say they are not willing to support a tax increase to fund the project, especially when they have been left out of the loop in its planning.

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