Tag Archives: City of Atlanta

Does Your City Have a CHaRM? It should.

Atlanta’s CHaRM is making it easier for city residents to deal with household chemicals, paint and other materials that are a challenge to dispose of properly.… Read more

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The Lasting Neighborhood Benefit of Blighted Property Litigation May Surprise You

The City of Atlanta has taken a real estate investor to court over his failure to clean-up blighted properties. The lasting benefit of this litigation for neighborhoods may surprise you.… Read more

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Journal Entry: “Smart Water Solutions for Atlanta”, featuring Charles Fishman

Earlier this month, we shared an event notice for “Smart Water Solutions for Atlanta” through our social media accounts. The gathering was held today at the AT&T Midtown Two Auditorium. Here are a few notes from the event…… Read more

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Atlanta Office of Buildings Reorganization

The City of Atlanta held a Sept 22, 2011 work session on the reorganization|consolidation of the Office of Buildings. Director Don Rosenthal’s changes will improve customer service from the city & require building code (ICC) certifications for staff.… Read more

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