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Aim high Atlanta – pass an ordinance that truly protects trees

The people spoke loud and clear. At the recent meeting of the Atlanta City Council’s Tree Ordinance Workshop, city councilmembers listened to four hours and 44 minutes of 232 voicemails from the public about the proposed revision of the tree ordinance. The post Aim high Atlanta – pass an ordinance that truly protects trees appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read More

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Republic Services, ANDP Strengthening Community through Small Business Revitalization Grants

Republic Services Charitable Foundation announces $105,000 grant to support critical repairs to locally owned Westside businesses The Atlanta Neighborhood Development Partnership, Inc. (ANDP) has received a grant from the Republic Services Charitable Foundation to support the revitalization of locally owned small businesses disrupted during the COVID-19 pandemic. The $105,000 grant is part of Republic Services’ Committed The post Republic Services, ANDP Strengthening Community through Small Business Revitalization Grants appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read More

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MARTA Track Replacement Project on Red and Gold Lines Successfully Completed

State of Good Repair Work Between Lindbergh Center, Buckhead, & Lenox Stations Enhances Safety & Extends Life of Rail System  MARTA has successfully completed the Track Replacement Project at Canterbury Junction, where the Red and Gold rail lines converge north of Lindbergh Center Station. The State of Good Repair work on the heavy rail lines The post MARTA Track Replacement Project on Red and Gold Lines Successfully Completed appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read More

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Stolen car involved in serious crash in Savannah

SAVANNAH — The Savannah Police Department is investigating a two-vehicle crash Feb. 20 involving a stolen vehicle. According to a preliminary investigation, a Ford Fusion was traveling northbound on Montgomery Street at a high rate of speed around 10:30 p.m. when the driver swerved into another lane to avoid hitting a vehicle that had slowed to make a left turn on to Staley Avenue. This resulted in the Fusion striking a Chevrolet Silverado that was

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Teleworking in rural Georgia to become a more viable option

As the pandemic portends lasting changes in telework patterns, the possibilities of working remotely in rural Georgia may be enhanced as a result of actions already taken this year at the state Capitol. The post Teleworking in rural Georgia to become a more viable option appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read More

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The Early Learning Academy at YWCA of Greater Atlanta

Like nearly everyone in our Atlanta community, YWCA of Greater Atlanta closed its doors last March when we were made aware that we were in a global pandemic. As an agency that has been in Atlanta since 1902, serving women and children through various programs, we were stunned and unsure of how we could continue The post The Early Learning Academy at YWCA of Greater Atlanta appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read More