VaHi Patch Week in Review

Catch up on local headlines you may have missed this week

We're all busy, so to help you get the best cross section of happenings in Virginia Highland and Druid Hills, Patch offers a selection of stories you might have missed during the past week.

  • - Virginia-Highland, Inman Park to see more patrol cars and police presence
  • - After complaints by Atlanta residents and visitors, the ordinance could end up banning "booting" altogether in Atlanta.
  • - Dean of Campus Life Dr. Ajay Nair said the Chick-fil-A location on campus will remain open despite a difference in “values”
  • A total of 241 cases of West Nile virus disease, including four deaths, have been reported to CDC. Three human cases have been reported in Georgia.
  • - The transportation sales tax failed in Fulton County by 51%-49%, which means a lot of people in the county voted yes. Enter your precinct code below to find out out how your neighborhood voted.
  • - Returns show the TSPLOST is trailing badly in the Atlanta Regional District, and almost certainly dead in the Northeast Georgia District and the Georgia Mountains District.
  • - Attorney Jane Morrison unofficially garnered more than 60 percent of the vote in her election attempt to gain a seat on the Fulton County State Court.

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