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Government, Police & Fire
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The Atlanta Police Department main zone precincts will accept unwanted, unused or expired prescription drugs between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. April 27.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Phase 1 will add 12.5 acres of green space to the park.
Atlantans need to take a hard look at all of the possible costs related to a new stadium and not allow decisions to be made behind closed doors. Otherwise, Atlanta could end up with buyer's remorse like that of other cities that have built stadiums.
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed announces expansion of Centers of Hope program; cites public safety improvements and city’s strong financial outlook during his annual State of the City business breakfast on Wednesday.
In 2012, the Streets Alive event drew walkers and cyclists to N. Highland Ave. In 2013, the event will take over a section of Peachtree Street.
Meetings scheduled for Feb. 7, 2013 to discuss forthcoming road improvements that will be concentrated between Juniper Street and Briarcliff Road/Moreland Avenue with street resurfacing extending beyond that scope.
Take note of these garbage and recycling pick-up changes due to the MLK holiday.
As of the last count, there were nearly 5,000 people in Atlanta sleeping in emergency night shelters and outdoors.
Plans also include a new two-way bicycle track on 10th Street from Monroe Drive to Charles Allen Drive.
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