Atlanta hosting infrastructure bond meetings – NeighborNewspapers.com


Atlanta hosting infrastructure bond meetings
NeighborNewspapers.com
It will be paid for by increasing the bond millage rate, and Mayor Kasim Reed's administration plans to use a combination of savings recommended by the commission on waste and efficiency in government and the sale of certain city assets. The city also ...

Whole new year: Mayor’s plans include tourism center, trolley system – Marietta Daily Journal


Marietta Daily Journal

Whole new year: Mayor's plans include tourism center, trolley system
Marietta Daily Journal
It used that money to secure a loan from Bank of North Georgia and began buying property across from the Hilton Marietta Conference Center. The plan was to turn over that property to a developer, but the MRC has been unsuccessful in that effort.

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Whole new year: Mayor’s plans include tourism center, trolley system – Marietta Daily Journal


Marietta Daily Journal

Whole new year: Mayor's plans include tourism center, trolley system
Marietta Daily Journal
It used that money to secure a loan from Bank of North Georgia and began buying property across from the Hilton Marietta Conference Center. The plan was to turn over that property to a developer, but the MRC has been unsuccessful in that effort.

and more »

State should pursue QBE funding reform – Marietta Daily Journal


State should pursue QBE funding reform
Marietta Daily Journal
Cobb's millage rate (i.e., its school-tax rate), is 18.9 mills, just under the state-mandated maximum. But many of the ... Those are good ideas, and there are no doubt other ways of rectifying Georgia's out-of-whack education-funding mechanism. The ...

Whole new year: Mayor’s plans include tourism center, trolley system – Marietta Daily Journal


Marietta Daily Journal

Whole new year: Mayor's plans include tourism center, trolley system
Marietta Daily Journal
It used that money to secure a loan from Bank of North Georgia and began buying property across from the Hilton Marietta Conference Center. The plan was to turn over that property to a developer, but the MRC has been unsuccessful in that effort.