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The lawsuit alleges that the preamble and the question on the Nov. 6 ballot is biased in favor of approval of the measure.
Government, Police & Fire
This corner is the site of regular stop sign stings, but one Southeast Atlanta resident asks if there's truly a problem or is the city just looking for a revenue stream?
Wording of the law merits a bit further discussion as to its intent.
Government, The Neighborhood Files, Real Estate
Planned development would undermine the idea behind the Atlanta BeltLine, he says.
ATAG II wants your input in the licensing and enforcement related to liquor, beer and wine applications.
A roundup of the tally so far.
Don't forget Saturday voting is available from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at three locations.
On Nov. 6, voters will decide if the state of Georgia can create charter schools, or will those decisions remain at the local levels.
Not surprisingly, Republican respondents said Mitt Romney won and Democrats said Barack Obama won. But Democratic respondents were much stronger in their opinion.
Government, Business, Local Connections
Several neighborhood planning groups, answer NPU-W's call for support.
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