The suit asserts that the city's arrangement with PARKatlanta is a violation of the city charter that was undertaken without the consent of the Georgia Legislature, and says that Luna believes the city "improperly delegated part of its police power by entering into a contract that allows a private entity to enforce parts of the city of Atlanta Code of Ordinances. He also believes the City of Atlanta in conjunction with ParkAtlanta has used the parking ordinance as a revenue measure where the scheme of the ordinance is such that the receipts will be continuous and will exceed the cost of installation, maintenance and regulation."
Luna, who's long butted heads with PARKatlanta (see photo above), first filed suit over the outsourced parking enforcment last August. The case was tossed out by a Fulton County Superior Court judge, Land says, because the Atlanta Municipal Court judge who presided over the case wasn't properly served.
The Ferris Wheel sounds really neat, particularly the 18 story height.
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Actually this will be OVERGROUND - 18 stories in fact. Pay attention!
"crossing boundaries in their own traditional territories."
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man, i smell another UNDERGROUND
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