Amendment 2 on the Nov. 4 ballot restores to school districts the right to participate in tax allocation districts.
Nation?s capital has built 20 walkable urban centers with 10 more taking shape
ATLANTA ? Metro Atlanta should look to Washington, D.C. if it wants to see the future of urban growth, a nationally renowned expert in the field told Atlanta builders, planners and smart growth proponents today.
The Livable Communities Coalition (the Coalition) has initiated its first four projects in Metro Atlanta after signing agreements with four local governments to provide expert assistance and resources to implement quality growth projects. The Coalition has teamed up with DeKalb County, Sandy Springs, East Point and Canton to help develop solutions to encourage and enable quality growth.
Chris Leinberger: The Structural Shift in Building in Metropolitan Atlanta