Enhancing a gateway to Atlanta. Developing a smart corridor in a commercial district. Reclaiming urban land over the highway. Forward-thinking projects are flourishing with support from South Fulton County’s and Downtown Atlanta’s community improvement districts (CIDs). These self-taxing commercial property…
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- Georgia Telework WeekGov. Brian Kemp has proclaimed this week, Nov. 18-22, the eighth annual Georgia Telework Week. The proclamation, signed last month, recognizes that teleworking can have a significant positive affect on the state’s environment and air quality as a result of reduced vehicle emissions. The average impact of one day of telecommuting in Georgia is 2,600 […]
- South Fulton sets sights on developmentVoters in the city of South Fulton earlier this month approved the creation of tax allocation districts (TADs) to attract economic development, especially along industrial corridors like Old National Highway and Fulton Industrial Boulevard. TADs allow communities to finance redevelopment and infrastructure costs that help encourage new development in slow or no-growth areas. The money […]